With five outlets in Singapore and two in Malaysia, ‘328 Katong Laksa’ is the most common answer to the question ‘where can I find the best Katong laksa in Singapore?’
Gordon Ramsay tried and failed to make a better version in 2013 and perhaps the best validation of the quality of the food here is that it’s full of locals who know a good laksa from a bad one.
The coconut-based curry gravy is rich, hot, spicy and aromatic with chilli, dried shrimps and an assortment of herbs. Their noodles are famously cut into short strands and they’ll only give you a spoon to eat it instead of chopsticks.
For S$5 (small) or S$7 (big), the staff will ask you if you want otah otah to go with it. Just say yes. It’s a delicious grilled fishcake and the perfect accompaniment to arguably the best Katong laksa in Singapore.