Laksa Kits from Shang Fort's High Street Cafe

Bring Home Shangri-La Fort’s Curry Laksa with High Street Cafe’s Laksa Kit

Starting May 20th, Shangri-La at the Fort's signature Laksa from High Street Cafe can now be ordered as a Laksa Kit so you can easily recreate their famous Curry Laksa at home!

Having ‘Laksarap at Home’ is now possible! The famous Curry Laksa of Shangri-La at the Fort now comes as a Laksa Kit you can order from High Street Cafe.

Have 'Laksarrap at Home' with Laksa Kits from Shang Fort's High Street Cafe
Laksarap at Home

Uncle Ng’s Laksarap

High Street Cafe has been a long-time favorite haunt of foodies craving for a delicious bowl of laksa. The ‘Uncle Ng’s Laksarap‘ is the restaurant’s take on the Malaysian noodle soup with prawns, squid, fish balls, and vegetables. The coconut-based laksa broth ties everything together for that combination of sweet, sour, creamy, salty, and spicy on the palate.

Shangri-La Fort's famous Curry Laksa
Uncle Ng’s Laksarap: the most popular dish in High Street Cafe that is a family recipe from Chef Ng Tzer Tzun passed down over the years.

Laksarap at Home

To recreate the Curry Laksa of Shangri-la Fort, High Street Cafe now offers a Laksa Kit priced at P450. Each kit comes with all the Curry Laska ingredients conveniently and safely packaged in boiling bags. All you have to do is boil water in a pot and place the bags so they cook slowly. Once they’re done, all you need to do is assemble everything into your bowl, and dig in!

Your Laksa Kit comes with all laksa ingredients in boiling bags for easy cooking at home.
Order your Laksa Kits at P450 each

High Street Cafe’s Laksa Kit comes with a bag of laksa broth, a bag of pre-cooked noodles, bean sprouts, and bok choy. It also includes a bag of poached squid, prawns, and fish balls, and a hard boiled egg. The Laksa Kit can be refrigerated for up to 3 days. Better yet, just cook the laksa once you have it delivered straight to your doorstep!

To order Shangri-La Fort’s Laksa Kit, message High Street Cafe online through their Instagram (@highstreetcafe.fort) and Facebook (/HighStreetCafeatShangrila). For more information on High Street Cafe, e-mail, or visit their website:

Beatriz Acosta

Beatriz Acosta

Bea is ClickTheCity's Features Editor and Head of Content Services, and gets into quite a number of food mischief due to her appropriately feisty appetite. Travel, food, and fitness go hand in hand for her -- this fitness fangirl enjoys working out to counter all the glorious food. Bea graduated DLSU with a double degree in Communication Arts and Advertising Management, and considers her Taft life to be her first formal education on street food. While doughnuts and ice cream are the known weaknesses of this self-confessed serial snacker, she also has a soft spot for puns.

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