Selling excellent indian rojak, the sauce melds very well with the fried items.
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I remember reading a review of this rojak place on Leslie Tay's blog and was wondering how great it was. Then one weekend my parents decided to dine at the Ayer Rajah food centre in search of good indian food to warm the tummies on a chilly night.
We were ecstatic to see such a large variety of indian food which we haven't had in the longest time. There were quite a number of rojak stalls opened but i hopped to this stall, remembering that it was recommended. i was a little disappointed though that the variety was very little because they were closing. So in the end, i just grabbed a few items of the racks, not knowing what they are for some. They all look the same to me, in all their red and orange-y batter goodness.
We got 5 items, and the cost ended up at $5 for the whole plate. I thought it was rather expensive though, but the sauce, my it went so well with the crispy fried goodies on the purple plate.