At 1A hunter street, make a right off George st and its the 2nd or 3rd shop on your right, you enter and head downwards. Lee’s like many of the asian eateries of its ilk offers bain marie dishes (rice+1-2 choices) , and also traditional other malaysian dishes (cooked to order) but we came here for the laksa this time. Something about eating a laksa when the weather is colder sits right.


cooked to order. Something I love about asian places. They really do make it  fresh.

so yes, the laksa. The above is a $9 bowl of Chicken Laksa and its a prett generous bowl of food at that. Tender chicken, nicely spiced so its coconutty and not too hot. The laksa at Lees is a pretty good feed. The ingredients taste fresh because they do get a high turnover here. Lots of people frequent Lee’s.

I do wish I had taken a photo of the bowls after we were done. Both me and JR cleaned it out. So yes, its more than decent.

I’d mix this up with Laksa from Malay|Chinese for days you just don’t want to contend with the queues nor their silly bibs.

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