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Tuesday, 24 July 2012

James Cendol at Old Klang Road

A long long time ago, Mamarazzi saw a blog that recommend James Cendol in Old Klang Road. One day we went hunting. Found it near Lee Chong Wei's Sports Centre.

They even have Mee Rojak.

Ordered to tapau Chendol

Normal ones without Pulut is RM3. Taste good la though a bit expensive.  Like the big beand they put in there.


Ohhh....Mamarazzi also Tapau the Rojak

Portion not that big

Tasted okay for her. 

Will go there again for the Chendol lah.

81 comments:

  1. I want the cendol and the rojak..

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    1. Heard they have branch in seri petaling too, Wenn

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  3. I've seen this somewhere... Somebody's blog, I think. Old Klang Road....very far lah, Pearl Point side.

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    1. STP

      LOL...KL everywhere also will be far la

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  4. I only love chendol with pulut rice and that is supposed to be northern style that came to KL not too long ago. I wonder if James is from Kedah? I must go and try it as I am still living nearby.....soon I will pindah faraway already!

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    1. TM

      Heard they have a branch in Seri Petaling too but location wise i dont know where. have to google

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  5. Argh! More food photos!

    Meow... you so jahat! LOL

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    1. Opps..Lina

      sorry ya..my blog mostly about food :p

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  6. Later SK will read this and ask again... why rojak and cendol usually come together. ;p

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    1. hahahaa Gadis you really know me so well!! the first questions that pops out of my mind!!! :D

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    2. SO got the answer for the rojak/cendol question already or not SK? ;p

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    3. coz one is spicy and one is ice cool mah LOL

      I also dont know the answer la SK & Lina.

      I simply "goreng" :P

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  7. You play badminton first or not? kikiki

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    1. go to the stadium for food only, for sure she won't go in to exercise!! :D

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    2. me no play badminton hahaha

      and near my house got dam many badminton court, 1 of them got Restaurant Seafood zzz

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    3. Lina, this SK answered for me already. If Claire, then maybe she will play badminton first la. since it;s her idol's sport centre.

      Kian Fai, we are of same mind. My house here also have badminton, tennis court and swimming pool but never utilise

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  8. This dessert is one of my favourite. Cendol! Yummy.

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    1. Kitty

      LOL,...once in awhile eat can la

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  9. now it makes me wonder why cendol and rojak always come together like a couple..

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    1. SK

      Ngum la...one spicy and on cold. Law of attraction. Opposite attracts.

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  10. and RM3 for that bowl of cendol is very expensive woh, i thought normally around RM1.50 only??

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    1. I very long time didn't eat cendol... last time eat at Bangsar Petronas station, but always other people pay. ;p

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    2. I also agree that average price is around RM1.50

      RM3 will burn a hole in my pocket :p

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    3. RM1.50 where can find in KL?

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  11. but i prefer those olden days cendol, because the cendol nowadays add in too many other things already..

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    1. Last time, in front of HSBC near CM, under the big tree & by the river got this one stall that shave the ice old style one.

      Wonder whether it is still around?

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    2. SK- now cendol become like :"fussion " lo

      Lina- dont know but i know near masjid jamek behind the McD tat the lorong there is one soya bean and taufu far stall that makes very good drinks

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  12. add red beans lah, add cincau lah, add sweet corn lah, add pulut lah.. wah, becomes ABC and not cendol anymore!!

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    1. Then might as well order ABC, kekeke!

      Anyway, I prefer ABC to cendol, because I like all those "liew". For cendol, I want a plain one.

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    2. That one ABC la, SK.

      Cendol is usually the green thingy and ice . Some duno northern or soutern side will add pulut and red bean

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    3. Yvonne

      both i also not very keen. the boys likes

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  13. the rojak looks so so only lah, hahaha!! i think those van stalls around PJ are better..

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    1. SK there is one under the tree behind kanna corner that is very nice

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  14. what is the yellow color thing?

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    1. SP

      In the rojak? It's the kuih with udang on top. Think they put yellow coloring or maybe kunyit powder to make it

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  15. I saw there is James cendol in Bangsar ..
    Is it the same?

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    1. SP

      not sure. should be same gua. heard they have branches

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  16. Chendol with pulut and red beans is only RM1.50 in my place. It was double in price at your place.

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    1. Yan

      haiz...here with pulut and red bean no more RM1.50 song lo

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  17. Aih I miss cendol! Over here they're selling at least $5 for cendol! *sob*

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    1. Lenglui witch

      LOL..then at least here rm3 is not that expensive

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  18. For me RM3 for cendol consider cheap leh. At here KK, cost more than RM5 for small bowl =(

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  19. Nowaday the weather is so hot, the chendol comes in time...

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  20. RM3 is a tad expensive but for good food, worth every penny ya. haha....

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    1. mNhL

      Think each place different price.

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  21. I wonder why they call it rojak, whereas we call it pasembor here. Same or different?

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    1. yvonne


      similar gua...duno..gua tau makan only :P

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  22. Cendol and rojak eat until sien di in Klang XD

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    1. Kian Fai

      but if you go oversea or other states, you will miss Klang Chendol lo

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  23. hmmm wonder why ur Rojak looks less orange hehehe

    I prefer eat Mee Rojak, with extra telur rebus :D

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    1. Kian Fai

      Orange? not reddish brown meh? here more reddish brown wor...

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  24. Do they generous with with Gula Melaka? I love mine with plenty of it!

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  25. Oh love both rojak and cendol he he he looks yummy!! like !!

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  26. im not really familliar with those foods but i thinks they were worth trying but unfortunately were country apart and i dont think we have those here

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  27. though that "pulut" looks like our own halo-halo are those sweet beans and others stuff put together with shaved ice and milk?

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    1. Pulut is glutinous rice. Ya those are red beans.

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  28. im curious about that "mee rojak"

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    1. MEcoy

      explaination from wikipedia

      "In Malaysia, mamak rojak (or Pasembur) contains fried dough fritters, bean curds, boiled potatoes, prawn fritters, hard boiled eggs, bean sprouts, cuttlefish and cucumber mixed with a sweet thick, spicy peanut sauce. Traditionally, Tamil Muslim (Mamak) rojak vendors used modified sidecar motorcycles as preparation counters and to peddle their rojak. These mobile vendors now use modified mini trucks. The Pasembor available in Singapore is an assortment of potatoes, eggs, bean curd (tofu), and prawns fried in batter, served with a sweet and spicy chili sauce. In Penang, where it is a local favourite, it is always called pasembor, but in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore it is called rojak"

      Over here, they added pre-boiled yellow noodles into the Rojak. Hence Mee Rojak.

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    1. MEcoy

      Happy Blogging and Happy Birthday to you :)

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  30. Cendol and rojak are a perfect combo. I don't mind paying a little bit more provided its worth the money.

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    1. Stella

      For me once in awheli it's okay.

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  32. now i missed penang cendol already..sob sob sob...

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  33. now i missed penang cendol already..sob sob sob..i try to satisfy my craving yest , and have it at a coffee shop..dah lah mahal rm7.90 tapi langsung tak sedap...

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    1. adoi.....Iyson

      if sedao still ok but if tak sedap manyak sakit hati lo

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  34. Did I see "Lee Chong Wei" punya nama? :)

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    1. Yes, yes...big big sport center but i never been inside

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  35. SK, Wow! If I am there, it will be 2 bowls of that cendol, 3 plates of that rojak. So small the plate! Mana chukup?
    Hey, go eat oh chien and poh pia next day.....ha ha ha.
    Lee.

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    1. Uncle Lee

      Stopppppppp...cant eat so much . too many things you yet to eat when you come bak. leave some space for other food

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  36. I tried the one in Sri Petaling. I like it more if there is pulut.

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    1. Mummy Moon

      have not thried the one at SPG

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