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Saturday, 24 November 2012

Indian Rojak at Jalan Merah Silu, Seri Petaling

 Each time we pass by this Indian Rojak van, Mamarazzi will be curious as the seller was wearing bow tie. Classy Indian Rojak wor.

Saw many people buying from this stall. Should be good gua.

Hence the other day wen we pass by it again, Papa stopped the car and Mamarazzi went an bought. his round the men did not wear bow tie pulak.

 Bought two packets of Cendol . Rather small packets but no complaints from Papa. Guess it was good gua.

the Rojak Sotong. have not add in the gravy yet. Mamarazzi tasted. Hmm....quite good wor. Not bad. Next time can come and buy again.

39 comments:

  1. I love rojak..I haven't taken indian rojak for quite some time.

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  2. Rojak and cendol.

    Why ah, SK? ;p

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  3. That day wanna makan cendol in Penang but the stall didn;t open pulak when we got there. Ala....

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    1. Penang Road? Over-rated, stand by roadside, long queue... Better go to the one at New World, just as nice...also selected to represent Penang at some food fest.

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    2. The pasembur at New World also very nice - different from the usual. Must try!!!

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    3. la.....too bad la.....Last time we went Penang makan it open but i was having sore throat :(

      New world nice meh?

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  4. Maybe they had a special day to wear a bow tie. hehehe..

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    1. LOL...usually drive by they wear bow tie

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  5. SP took me to a stall like this. I just had the cendol - so-so only, nothing great, didn't try the rojak...too full from a heavy breakfast. That one's in PJ side... Looks like they have stalls like this everywhere?

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    1. Ya there are many stalls Rojak over here

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  6. Rojak sotong?? Where's the sotong?

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    1. We call this Indian Rojak as Pasembor. Really nice to go with a bowl of cold cendol.

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    2. After eating, will feel guilty because it's very fattening, hahahaha!

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    3. sotong already chop up jor lor...fattening meh?

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  7. Wearing bow tie some more so geng one..got added 10%+5% in the price kah haha. Rojak sotong is good eh ok ok. tQ

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  8. Funny.. where there is indian rojak, there must be cendol to accompany baru only satisfying.. :)

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  9. well perhaps the seller boy just wants to be presentable enough
    haha its somehow a part of the service nowadays

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  10. actually i dont know what that cendol is haha so i can't comment on that but two packs? for three? but im sure it wont be wasted

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  11. that Rojak Sotong was chicken is it? well it looks quite appealing to me but i guess as you say it wasnt good enough they have to improve their recipe i guess

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  12. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing god bless you and your family always :)

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  13. Can't comment on the cendol cause can't see the full pic of it but the rojak seems like so delicious and scrumptious. Gosh! Reading your post at late midnite is the thing I shouldn't do. Makes me hungry now :S

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  14. I do enjoy rojak and cendol on occasions. Maybe when I am in Seri Petaling I should try this stall. Btw, have you tried the rojak across Taman Bahagia LRT station. Its not too bad in taste too.

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    1. yes have tried that. But now that one the price remains same but the ingredient less. one each type one piece. Last time they gave more

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  15. aiyoh, i so long never have rojak and cendol already lah.. kind of miss that woh.. and also always intrigue me with the question "why are cendol and rojak always being sold and eaten together??".. hahahaha, so far don't think anyone can give a good answer to this hor??

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  16. but nowadays those rojak and cendol likes to add in all sorts of funny funny thing which i do not like at all.. i just love those very traditional and original taste lor, just plain one and i find them to be more delicious lah..

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    1. this one tarak add funny funny things la

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  17. the one thing i definitely hate is DURIAN CENDOL!! OMG, how can they have such thing in this earth?? so yukky lah, hahahaha~~

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    1. hahahaha....tried that in Melaka. but i preferred the one with real durian instead of syrup

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