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Monday, 28 April 2014

Indian Rojak at Jalan Selesa 1 , Happy Garden

One afternoon we went to Sri Petaling to meet up with a friend. After the meet up Papa suddenly said kempunan wanna eat "NICE"  Indian Rojak  pulak....where ah....

Mamarazzi think think think....there is/was one Indian Rojak quite popular during her school days. Located at Jalan Selesa 1 in Happy garden. Maybe try our luck la...maybe it's still selling there after more than 20 years

Found indeed there is an Indian Rojak Stall at that location but for the life of her, Mamarazi couldn't recall whether it's the same stall or not. But hentam and buy la

Papa ate said not bad leh. RM5, and the man give quite a lot of Rojak leh. Got one whole eggs instead of half.  Also have sotong.

For me...me not moody because can't eat the rojak leh but rather Mamarazzi refused to cook noodle for me as supper.

47 comments:

  1. How cool that it was still there. So many thing change so quickly. It must have wonderful food to stay around this long.

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  2. Aiyor!!!!! So kesian. Come, come to Sibu I cook instant kampua for you. So jahat your mummy.... Must be reading her books lah, doesn't want to cook for you. That is why you so kurus like cicak kubin! :D

    Melissa cheh-cheh had something like that rojak yesterday - RM4 only...one whole egg...but not sotong. :(

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  3. Be kind, young man, when Mama needs time off from kitchen. We all see you are lucky in family as they are in a fine boy like you!♥

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  4. This round is we went to Sri Petaling to meet up with a friend, next round will be, we went to Singapore to meet up with friends ya... hehe...

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  5. Yo!!! hahahaa... what a priceless moody picture your mom has captured... hahaha... nice, nice.. next time must put it up in your room... the collection of J... I watched the recent HK series, the father snapped a picture of his daughter each day before going to school and pin it up on the family tree leaves.. so cute!

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  6. I love Indian rojak! There is one van selling Indian rojak outside MBB Damansara Utama but it is not the best so I don't buy.

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    1. Think saw that before but never bought

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  7. Hi there, Poor little guy... He must have really missed his noodles.....But---your dinner at that 'stand' must have been good... We have people in our country who sell food out of their trucks/vehicles ---and sometimes, it is pretty good. Restaurant people don't like it though since these people don't pay for buildings and all that it costs to have a restaurant.. The Restaurant people don't want them selling food close by their restaurants. I can understand why.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. yea wor....wanna eat noodles always

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  8. Indian rojak? Where's the cendol? I always associate Indian rojak with cendol, coz they are always a pair wherever I go.. There's a van in SS15, always very long queue.. Got Indian rojak means got cendol too, hehe..

    Usually when I order Indian rojak, I will say tak mau sayur.. I only love the egg, keropok and tauhu inside.. No vege.. My colleagues always say I'm weird, but my sukak lah, kan? I like banjir gravy too.. After that, down a cup of cendol, wah, heaven! Can fly liao!

    So what happened to J in the end? No rojak, and no noodles as supper.. How? Milo and "soda peang" lor.. Got ahh?

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  9. Poor kucing. No noodles can eat rice.

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  10. Indian rojak. Had it yesterday, only RM4.

    Poor small kucing. Why mama didnt want give you noodles?

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  11. I love Indian rojak too..... I heard PJ have quite a few good ones.

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  12. Anay loves Indian Rojak too! Letchumy is also addicted to good ones. There are so many stalls but most of them were disappointing. I must try this stall cos I often visit Happy Gardens.

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  13. The one inside Taman Desa near the Public Bank (across TM office) is always packed with people! I used to live in the mushroom hut along same street, that's why I know. I was a regular customer too.

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  14. oh Indian Rojak!! ah, Uncle SK also loves it, but now suddenly realize he has not had it for a very long time!! same like Mamarazzi, last time there's a uncle selling Indian Rojak on his motorcycle outside the school (of course we were not from the same school lah) and especially after school, he will be very busy.. Uncle SK still remember normal one (without egg and anything else) was just RM1.50, add egg will be 50-sen extra..

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  15. Rojak Pasembor, and this one is not going with Cendol together huh?? haha.. anyway, i think RM5 is about the average price huh?? somemore with sotong then it's not expensive also.. but Uncle SK likes the plain one with lots of sengkuang and cucumber only, not so fancy about the sotong and eggs and beansprout lah.. there are a lot of varieties of the fried stuffs, and Uncle SK's favorite is the one which is oblong shaped and harder one with some dark veggie bits, haha, dunno what to call that and also difficult to describe~~

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    1. oblong ones is with coconut punya kan? That one is nice

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  16. aiyoh, why Mamarazzi didn't want to cook noodles for Small Kucing as supper?? Small Kucing was craving for tomyum noodles again?? hahaha, easy lah, supper only can skip lah, just go to sleep and don't disturb Mamarazzi's reading time~~ :p

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  17. eh! Bukan always get an egg instead of half ka in rojak? kekeke

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    1. no leh...now some gv only half leh

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  18. I know how much he loves noodles..Kesian him.

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  19. still remember after 20 years, good memory ler!

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  20. I pass by this place very often but never tried this rojak before. Yalor, kesian Small Kucing, no noodles for supper.

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    1. I wonder is it the same man selling

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  21. I miss Indian Rojak!! Used to 'pong chan' a stall when I was working last time, price more or less like yours~

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    1. now many give less liu for the same price

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  22. Poor little J...must make something for him to eat le!!!

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