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Malaysian Laksa Lemak

SoMa, San Francisco

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Tracy
(1417)
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$36.00

Restaurant
BYOW
Large (15-20 Guests)
malaysian
In-Person
The word "laksa" (luck-saah) in the Malay language refers to a broad variety of mainly non-wheat noodles such as rice, tapioca and bean starch noodles. Like pasta, laksa can come in different shapes and sizes and can be served in various broths or brothless with flavorful sauces. This menu features the most common type of laksa dish known as Laksa Lemak. **Thank you for understanding that we are unable to accommodate special dietary requests.**

Menu detail

Rojak
Appetizer
Salad with PEANUTS, seasonal fruits and vegetables, chips, a rich dark dressing with fermented SHRIMP paste.
Laksa Lemak
Entree
Luck-saah: A broth made with shrimp, chicken, coconut, galangal, turmeric, lemongrass, coriander, shallots, peppers, belacan (fermented krill paste). Served with rice vermicelli, yellow noodles, chicken, seafood, tofu, brined egg, fresh herbs, homemade sambal. Spicy.
Kuih Bakar
Dessert
Pandan sesame custard cake.
Beverage of the Day
Beverage
Non-Alcoholic drink of the day. BYOB/W.

Malaysian Laksa Lemak

San Francisco, California

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