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16 Feb, 2012

Asam Laksa Jusco Mid Valley

Posted by: Wen Ching In: Malaysian Food

Good things can be found in the most unexpected of places sometimes. We would like to introduce an eating establishment in Jusco Mid Valley.

Jusco Mid Valley
Located on the top floor of Jusco itself near where all the stationeries are, the delightful scent of asam laksa entices shoppers all around. We have frequented this joint for many years and our personal favourites include the Nasi Lemak and of course, the Asam Laksa.

Asam Laksa, Jusco Mid Valley
The Penang Asam Laksa was priced at RM5.90. The mildly sour fish broth was very appetising! Definitely a recommended way to recharge one’s batteries in between shopping.

Asam Laksa, Jusco Mid Valley
The noodles came with a generous helping of onions, cucumbers, pineapple pieces and chilli which added to the flavourful broth.

Nasi Lemak, Jusco Mid Valley
The Nasi Lemak Chicken Rendang was priced at RM7.90. The sambal here was quite good, being slightly spicy, however the main attraction was the chicken rendang. The rendang sauce was top class and went well with the fragrant coconut rice. The chicken on that day slightly dry and a bit too hard, but the chicken rendang has always been one of my favourites over the years.

This little eating establishment in Jusco is definitely worth a try. It’s been around for as many years as we can remember and the delicious smell of asam laksa that wafts through the floor ensures that we never forget it!

Restaurant Information
Top Floor (Stationery floor)
Mid Valley Megamall
Lingkaran Syed Putra
59200 Kuala Lumpur

3 Responses to "Asam Laksa Jusco Mid Valley"

1 | Classified

March 3rd, 2012 at 11:15 am


I tasted before. 90% can fight Penang one. I think the cook from Penang.

2 | Dean

January 13th, 2013 at 8:23 pm


No doubt the asam laksa is the main attraction at Garden Cafe, as we walk thru the floor, you can smell the aroma from far away. I’ve worked in Mid Valley Megamall for almost 3 years & once a week I will drop by with my wife to enjoy it. But not until today, Sunday 13th Jan 2013. As we walk towards the cafe, we can’t smell the aroma of the asam laksa anymore, but that doesn’t stop us, we ordered 2 plates of laksa & we were very very very disappointed, the gravy is no longer thick, tasteless & there’s no fish to be seen. We stopped half-way & went & talked to the staff. They said they have change the chef & the fish was actually blended. We told them we don’t mind paying Rm7 if the quality is good & they told us, “if you don’t like it, you can lodge a complaint to the management, so far nobody has complaint except for the 2 of you..”.

If you don’t believe us, try & drop by at The Garden Cafe & try it again for yourself.


3 | Ain rashidah

April 29th, 2015 at 5:14 pm


Im from sabah and whenever my parents went on buisness trip to KL, they will always stop by at this place and bring home these asam laksa for me.last year my parents went to KL about 7 times and they always bring home this. The taste somehow changes from buisness trips to buisness trips. Sometimes the kuah is a little too spicy, sometimes its too watery. But anyways,iam a big fan of asam laksa and ive went to many places and this is the best asam laksa ever, and im only 17. Hah,i guess this laksa won my heart the first time i ate it.

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