Indian Rojak is more like Chinese Wu Xiang (aka 5 spices 五香 ) rather than the Chinese Rojak. You see rows and rows of food. Daddy miss his childhood Indian Rojak stall in Ang Mo Kio center.
The Indian Rojak near to our house do not taste half as good, and cost more.
Some Indian Rojak’s gravy even has a slight burnt smell.
It just happen that 排排站查查看 (staring food detectives Bryan Wong and Cavin Su) featured a famous Indian Rojak stall in Ayer Rajah.
The dough is fresh, the prawn crackers are crunchy. Daddy thought the price is reasonable too. The young boss is always smiling and polite towards his customers.
Do pop by Dr Leslie (ieatishootipost)’s writeup for more juicy details 🙂
More food details :
– Abdhus Salam Rojak
Blk 503, West Coast Drive
Stall 73 Ayer Rajah Food Centre (S120503)
11am to 11pm daily (close on Monday)