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BLACK & WHITE ROJAK – HOUGANG, SINGAPORE

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I usually don’t order salad but this local salad is what I would order. I discovered this stall when I was there to visit https://youtu.be/DA7HWNhpzdw. And this is not even a proper stall, a pop up stall out of 2, which is definitely maximising the coffeeshop to earn more rentals.

What I like about this rojak stall is that the aunty uses very good quality prawn paste, which reminds me of the prawn paste factory I visited in Penang. Power stuff! And she also uses torch ginger flower in the rojak which adds flavours to the whole pack of yumminess! As it is a fruit rojak, the blending of green mangoes with the prawn paste is heavenly! I like mine without added sugar and more assam juice and boy, it’s really yummy and my kind of ‘salad’. Felt healthy after eating that! Haha! 😝

No videos for this stall as I didn’t expect it to be so good after I tapao home to try.

Taste: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳
Portion: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳
Service: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 (Very friendly aunty)
Price: $4 nia
Ambience: Coffeeshop
RTE: Yes when in that area!

Go check it out and let me know if you like this stall too by commenting below! Please remember to subscribe and like my YouTube channel, IG and FB (@eatwithroy) pages too so that I can reach out more to help the hawkers and small business community! Stay tuned for my next yummy video!

Add: 684 Hougang Street 61, #01-967, Singapore 530684
Tel: N. A.
Hours: Refer to maps link below 👇
Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/RYaFS4RpAqhvTdL26

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糖水街 @ Ipoh, Malaysia

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糖水街 means Dessert Street in Chinese and this street has a super long history behind it. When you reach there, there are so many stalls and most of them are duplicates; many similar stalls selling Za Guo Bing (Fruits on Ice), Rojak, noodles, etc. Stalls to avoid are the first few stalls for seafood… you will get chopped ‘cos it’s very expensive. The road is only one way so it’s not hard to know which are the first few stalls. Go towards 3/4 of the road, you will find my favourite rojak, dessert and wan ton noodle stalls.

Picture of the Wan Ton Noodle and Dessert Stalls together...

Looks plain but damn tasty... comes with some wan tons for RM$2.70 only... I can have like 5 plates of these... but of course only had one... ;P

Wan Tons have a very nice authentic taste... I can only find this taste in a particular stall in Johor Bahru which I have yet to review on.

Char Siew you have to add another RM$1... Seriously, the char siew not nice. So eat plain noodles is good enough.

Check out the Fruits On Ice (杂果冰)... Loads of fruits and a scoop of ice cream on top... Ice cream depends on what they get on that day... sometimes, strawberry, sometimes vanilla, etc. RM$4.50. Very worth it.

Rojak stall about 2 stalls away on the left side.

Rojak with prawn crackers... awesome! RM$3 or 4 only.

Cuttlefish... roasted over charcoal till crispy and served with the prawn paste dips... omg... I need to get back to Ipoh soon!!! RM$6-8

Rating: 5/5. You can have a very satisfying meal finishing up with lovely desserts. Nice!

Taste: Awesome. Love these authentic local food. I heard the beef noodle stall towards the end of the row is also damn good. But no more stomach space already lah!

Portion: Average.

Price: Stated on the pics.

RTE: Hell yeah!!!

Location: 糖水街… dunno what road… just tell cab driver. If you’re staying at Excelsior or Syuen Hotel, walking distance about 10 mins. Night time more stalls are open. So go after 7pm.

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SAJIS INDIAN FOOD @ 261 WATERLOO CENTRE

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Was at this area for some training and noticed that there is a coffeeshop there at the ground floor of 261 Waterloo Centre, facing the Dance Ensemble Centre there.

Most stalls were closed already by the time we finished our training at 6.30pm. So we just ordered whatever there is. So we tried the Nasi Bryani and the Indian Rojak.

The coffeeshop

The Stall

Nasi Bryani... Gravy on top and rice over the chicken thigh... achar on the side is pretty refreshing though.

Revealing the chicken... hehe...

Indian Rojak! Served piping hot!

Rating: 4/5. Presentation is really bad. But food is worth the mention.

Taste: This bryani is really not bad. Reason is, they cooked it traditionally. Meaning, they cook the meat together with the rice so that the juices of the meats will trickle down the rice and the rice will be exceptionally fragrant. Exactly like what I’ve eaten while I was in Bangalore, India.  Indian Rojak is quite standard lah but most importantly, it was served hot.

Portion: Rice a bit little for a giant like me. Maybe because rice too tasty that’s why give little? Hmmm… next time must ask for extra which I believe will be like $1.00 extra for another scoop.

Price: $4.00 (Really cheap for Nasi Bryani which most places are like $4.50-$5 now.)

RTE: Yes I would and will also try the dry mee sua there which was closed.

Location: 261 Waterloo Centre. (Opposite Dance Ensemble Singapore)

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