22.9.13

Rojak....

 I heard that the rojak in JB's Tea Garden was good thus I went back there again for some snack. The rojak was more like the indian muslim type, but then the ingredients were unique. There were fish cakes, 'yau char kway', tofu and etc. The gravy was very similar to the Indian type which was creamy and slightly spicy.



Overall, it's a special type of rojak and unique. I really enjoyed it!

15 comments:

  1. This rojak looks a bit different from what I used to eat, but looks tempting~

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  2. Looks like a mixture of Chinese and Indian rojak in other words, really rojak!! Haha!

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  3. No, thank youy. Nothing beats our Bintangor rojak or our Rojak Kassim...

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  4. I want!!! But i know u wont take me there one.. sigh...

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  5. Hayley - it sure looks tempting!

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  6. foongPC - Yes, you are absolutely right!

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  7. STP - wah ... how to try it , so far away!

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  8. Reana - U always come at the wrong time!

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  9. I prefer Penang rojak with the hae kor (shrimp paste), eehehehehe

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  10. No coconut thingy? I like coconut punya

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  11. Ken - oh...the typical black rojak with fruits! I love it too!

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  12. I am Fruit Rojak addict and you can see my fridge having bottles of rojak sauce anytime!

    Penang Rojak is the BEST!!!!!!!

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