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Laksa in Seattle?

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Today's New York Times article about delicious Asian soups http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/07/din... got me wondering where to find good laksa in Seattle.

I've only found it at Wild Ginger where I thought it was just...meh.

Has anyone found laksa on the menu at other restaurants?

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  1. Malay Satay Hut should have it. http://www.malaysatayhut.com/index.htm

    (note that the online menu is only a fraction of what they have, at least as of my last visit).

    1. Besides Wild Ginger I seen something similar on menus at Buddha Ruska and Thaiku listed as Kao Soy. I think Buddha Ruska's is the best of the three. I've also found something similar at Mae Phim's called curry noodle soup it's not that great thankfully it wasn't that expensive.

      1. I stumbled upon a Laksa lunch special at Julia's Indonesian this week. It was much better than the Laksa I've had at Wild Ginger. However, it is not a regular menu item at Julia's - just a lunch special that day.