Dry Laksa Cooked By Young Couple So Shiok, You Won’t Miss The Gravy
It’s made in their Pasir Ris flat.
The culinary scene has changed dramatically since COVID-19 reared its insidious head. And two of the most interesting, encouraging developments we’ve observed are these: even once-deserted restaurants (especially in residential areas) have been packed to the rafters after Phase 2 began. We see people nursing coffees — sometimes beers — in the afternoons as they tinker on laptops at said eateries, supposedly “working from home”.
“All that cash usually spent travelling, but with nowhere to go — so they spend it on food,” remarks an industry insider.
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