Bowl of Laksa anyone.......

Arrowfoot

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Was first introduced to this dish by a group of army veterans who served in Malaya. White noodles soaked in piping fiery red sauce with paste made from dried prawns and heaps of sliced fish cake and tofu. Usually found in Chinese restaurants that serve Malaysia / Singapore food.

Loads in London, Birmingham but rare up north. Leeds had one. Anyone know of any in Leeds now.
 
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[QUOTE 3564214, member: 259"]Can't help you, but I know of a couple of Turkish takeaways that do pretty good fish and chips.[/QUOTE]

No worries. I always wondered how we end up being second best on fries. We had the hold over fries for more than century. Anyway what is the best fry shop in Leeds.
 
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[QUOTE 3564249, member: 259"]We always used to go to Gravely's near Elland Road football ground for a big feed of fish, chips and peas before a match. I haven't been there for years, but I just checked and it's still open and getting good reviews.[/QUOTE]

Thanks Mort.
 
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