haha! i really suaku, never really got to know indian rojak…don’t know how many times i have actually taken them, probably like 30, 40yrs ago? alamak!
anyway my RI friends arranged a indian rojak session & 7 of us descended on ayer rajah food centre on 25.2.2016. ^^
we ordered from both stalls 73 & 68.
it’s really nice. i liked it very much! 🙂
it was not so different from the chinese ngoh hiang, which i had recently at kim san leng bishan.
comparing, i actually liked the indian rojak better, the dipping sauce was better, more spicy, tasty, less gluey. but both were good!
one friend had always preferred stall 68. for this time we had the opportunity to compare.
both plates were about S$22.50.
the one from stall 68 (top) looked like about 3/4 the size/amount of the one from stall 73 (below).
plus stall 73 order included squid, and it was a large squid so that would be quite expensive, may like S$8?
taste-wise a bit more difficult to tell apart, but overall i would go for stall 73, more bang ofr the bucks la…
we had the S$4 ikan bilis bee hoon from stall 74.
it was just plain bee hoon but the addition of just ikan bilis made it very tasty. not a bad side dish after the indian rojak.
but my, indian rojak was nice! ^^
Abdhus Salam Rojak @ Ayer Rajah Food Centre