Have a break with laksa at Anjung Saujana

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The Laksa Kedah Tanjung Dawai (L) and Laksa Sarawak available at Anjung Saujana Restaurant, Brunei International Airport in Berakas. Image: Zaim Kasmat

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

Indulge in a bowl of flavourful laksa next time you crave for the comforting food at Anjung Saujana Restaurant with its latest items –Laksa Kedah Tanjung Dawai and Laksa Sarawak.

These Malaysian noodles which originate from two different Malaysian states are priced at $6.50 each, available daily at the eatery throughout January.

The Laksa Kedah Tanjung Dawai consists of chewy rice noodles soaked in clear fish broth topped with fish chunks, pineapple slices, sliced egg, onions and vegetables. Complete the laksa with sambal otak udang and a squeeze of lime.

The broth, according to Anjung Saujana’s chef, is made up of ikan rumahan and tahai giving it a smokey unforgettable flavour.

This laksa which may not be known to many in Brunei, is quite similar to Laksa Penang and Laksa Melaka. So, it is not entirely a new and unfamiliar flavour to local tastebuds.

Meanwhile, the more common Laksa Sarawak is served with rice vermicelli married in rich laksa paste giving it a red-coloured broth and a little hint of coconut milk.

The dish is topped with shredded chicken, fresh prawns, sliced egg, bean sprouts, fish cakes and coriander leaves; best eaten with sambal belacan and calamansi juice, leaving you wanting for more.

These mouth-watering noodles can be enjoyed at the Brunei International Airport-based eatery anytime between 11am and 10pm.

For more information, contact Anjung Saujana at 2331853 or follow them on Instagram @anjungsaujanarestaurant.

The Bruneian