Riz’Zae Cafe (in the area where immigration used to be, close to the water board payment offices)
Toppings 1 out of 5
The amount was a bit small but this was not as much of a disaster as the fact the prawns were crunchy (frozen) on the inside.
Noodle 3 out of 5
Cooked ok, not grate not bad, nothing to add on the noodle.
Soup base 1 out of 5
I might as well have been served a bowl of noodles soaked in warm water. No taste at all. They give you a lot of sambal on the side, I mean a lot. And with good reason too, you will need all of it to give the soup any taste at all.
Total 5 out of 15
This was a useful experience to make me realize my scoring system works (previously I had been worried all the scores seem to fall around 10-13). And while I am still looking for the best laksa in town I think I may have found the worst one already. This was by far the worst laksa I have ever had and this includes the hotel laksa’s as well which usually have a poor standard. By the way I have had other dishes in the place before and they are…the same, I really don’t advise anyone to eat there, the Jade pot caffe near by is a much better choice.
Ps: who the hell serves laksa with a European fork and spoon combination?