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Good Laksa Sawarak is a bit of a rare commodity here in Klang Valley, for the longest time, my go-to place remains the stall at Happy Garden in Bangsar, I’ve tried a few other places but usually ended up less than impressed.

Until we decided to give 7th Mile Restaurant at Kelana Jaya try.

7th Mile Kitchen, at Kelana Sentral Service Apartment
7th Mile Kitchen, at Kelana Sentral Service Apartment

Situated at the ground floor of the less than glamorous Kelana Sentral Service Apartment (across from Paradigm Mall by LDP), 7th Mile Restaurant is more of a single stall kopitiam than a restaurant. There’s no air conditioning nor cute decoration, but they have good authentic Sarawakian dishes prepared by Sarawakian at more than reasonable prices.

definitely one of the better Laksa Sarawak around
definitely one of the better Laksa Sarawak around

The laksa sarawak turned out to be rather awesome, the broth was thick and flavorful without having to be overly spicy. There’s prawn, strips of fried egg and all the usual ingredients you find in a bowl of laksa sarawak, it was glorious. We really liked it.

authentic kolo mee and look at that iced coffee
authentic kolo mee and look at that iced coffee

The kolo mee here is pretty good as well, with thin and springy noodle topped with charsiu, minced pork, spring onion, and a hint of those delicious charsiu sauce. It’s a more subtle dish compared to the laksa, I liked it too.

Other than noodles (they also serve tomato mee which I’ve yet to try), they serve pretty mean cup of traditional coffee as well, including three layer tea and Sarawak teh-c peng.

I’m going to head there again pretty soon.

map to Kelana Sentral Service Apartment, Kelana Jaya

7th Mile Kitchen
RG 24, Pangsapuri Kelana Sentral,
Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya
GPS: 3.106494, 101.598721
Tel: 016-228 3832 (Alex)
Hours: 7:30am to 3pm daily

Discuss : KY eats – Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee at 7th Mile Restaurant, Kelana Jaya

  1. KY, what the different between Cantonese Gor Low Mein (dry mix noodle) to Kolo Mein?
    Ice coffee tea drink sure make me want some now.

    • Vickie: they’re very similar but kolo mee doesn’t use dark sauce, and they noodle is often thinner & springier

  2. One of our fav places.. glad u like it too;) LOL

  3. Reload Food

    nice, will go try there one day too~ XD

  4. Oh, funny, I was just talking with friends about fond memories of Sarawak Laksa.

  5. Ya, it’s not easy to find good Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee here.

  6. cool! we have one place serving sarawak laksa here, not quite good to my liking

  7. ops, gone case, the waiting time getting longer n longer after you post this 😈 😈 😈 😈

  8. Stayed at a hotel there, saw this place but did not get to try. Everything sure looks great, like the real thing!

    • suituapui: if you say it’s like the real thing, then it must be really like the real thing!

  9. There’s another restaurant in damansara perdana which sells laksa, kolo mee etc. It’s called Farm House Kitchen. I prefer the laksa in this shop to 7th mile hehe

  10. CL (RealGunners)

    Never a fan of Sarawak laksa, but maybe that’s because I’ve never had a decent one yet. But, give me kolo mee and tomato mee, anytime! 😀

  11. Sarawak laksa paste is now available in KL. Please visit for more information. Cheers.

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