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Top 5 best laksa in Singapore

A signature of Katong laksa is that the dish comes with just a spoon - no chopsticks. ST PHOTO: WONG AH YOKE
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SINGAPORE - Wet weather brings with it a craving for hot and spicy food. And for many, laksa is top on the list.

The noodle soup, flavoured with a paste of chillies, shallots, garlic and candlenut and thickened with coconut milk, tickles the palate and warms you up when the mercury drops. And it feels less heavy than when ingested on a sunny day.

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