Penang Assam Laksa can be very addictive due to the spicy and sour taste of the fish broth. And lucky us, Angcle Peoh Assam Laksa is available here in Klang Valley. They have two branches in Klang Valley, one in Bukit Tinggi Klang and another Kota Kemuning.
I’ve heard about Angcle Peoh Assam Laksa for months now and always try to find the right time to visit the place.
Today, we managed to squeeze those busy schedule to visit Angcle Peoh. The original plan was to visit Angcle Peoh at Bukit Tinggi Klang. However due to massive traffic towards Klang, we decided to settle down with their Kota Kemuning branch which is nearer to us.
Parking was easy breezy here. We managed to find it quickly.
When we entered the shop, which is air-conditioned, none of the customers inside, only a few staffs. Suddenly, we hesitated about this place.
The environment was clean and well decorate. The menu was on every table, which is so convenience.
Staff and services were alright. Nothing much to highlight.
So, we placed our order. Within five mins our Cendol arrived, follow by Assam Laksa and Duck Egg Char Kway Teow.
The Cendol (Price RM5.30) looks good but taste horrible. What you get was a few harden Cendol, cold coconut milk and super sweet dessert. Just stay away from this.
On the other hand, the Assam Laksa (Price RM8.00) live to his name. The Asam Laksa is as good as the original, just perfect in every aspect. Smooth laksa with delicious Assam Laksa broth and gorgeous har gou on top. The Assam Laksa had lots of fish meat, and the pungent flavour was incredibly delicious.
The Char Kway Teow with duck egg ( Price RM10) was tasty and had enough smoky wok fragrance (wok hei). But, the portion relatively too small for RM10 per plate.
Overall, I will definitely come back for more Assam Laksa and Char Kway Teow.
1. Personally for me, It is arguably one of the best Assam Laksa so far in Klang Valley.
2. Stay away from cendol.
3. Should try the Duck Egg Char Kway Teow too.