Singapore Laksa is a spicy noodle soup dish that originated in Singapore and is popular throughout Southeast Asia. It typically consists of rice noodles (vermicelli) in a coconut milk-based curry broth, with a variety of meats, seafood, and vegetables, such as chicken, shrimp, tofu puffs, bean sprouts, and eggplant.
The dish is traditionally flavored with a spice paste consisting of lemongrass, galangal, turmeric, and chili peppers, which gives it a distinct and aromatic flavor. The soup is usually topped with sliced chili peppers, laksa leaves, and a spoonful of sambal chili paste to add extra heat and flavor. Singapore Laksa is a popular street food in Singapore and can also be found in many restaurants and hawker centers throughout the region.