Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Rojak

It was a Sunday when we dropped by here for a quick breakfast before heading to the church.

I thought of having something from Indian stall such as roti canai but they only had rojak that morning. So I went for its normal Indian rojak.

It has been a while since I have a plate of Indian rojak. Hubby and I used to go to the famous Muhammed Kucei rojak in Batu Lintang back then for breakfast. Just the two of us. Alas. Now with kids, we hardly go there. Kids don't eat those food.

Normal Indian rojak (RM4.80)

So this Indian rojak could satisfy my craving for the sweet and spicy rojak. The assortment of sweet vegetable fritters, taufu, half slice of hard-boiled egg, shredded cucumber and beansprout in a pool of spicy and sweet gravy. Slurp.

8 comments:

suituapui said...

I had their rojak before. They say Tok Janggut's the brother or somebody related. Try Rojak Kassim - somewhere Thomson Corner, Regal Court Hotel there. Originally from Sibu, very very nice.

Phong Hong said...

I like Indian rojak but have not eaten for quite some time. Now you make me crave for it LOL!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

The Indian Rojak seem different from what i had over here...

Nancy Chan said...

Long time haven't had Indian rojak. Look at your pic started the crave in me ha ha!

Ez Vina said...

I love Indian rojak too.

reana claire said...

Like what we call pasembur over here.. I ate it one time in Penang and I like it too!

mun said...

I like to eat this type of rojak.

ChrisAu said...

It's really a long while since I had Indian Rojak !! It's actually very healthy as mostly are non meat except eggs in there.