I am drooling as I was uploading this photo to Flickr. I wish I can have a bowl of this sourish with a tinge of lemak (milky taste from coconut milk) laksa.
Notice that it is served very much different from Penang laksa and a bit similar to Kedah? The distinct difference is there is no sticky, black prawn paste. In place, there is hard boiled egg and kasturi lime. A big bowl which 3 of us shared cost RM5.
We get this laksa from the Tapah R&R (North to South side) from a new cafe with aircond called Shahala Coffee. This place has blended drinks and brewed coffee too.
They also serve Malay kuehs in these small plastic containers. I ordered the koleh kacang, that purple thingy which I forget the name and kueh talam. The kueh talam is a little disappointing but the rest were nice.
This place is a refreshing change from the standard beehoon, mee goreng, nasi lemak and nasi Melayu offerings sold by the vendors outside.