Friday, 2 May 2014

Neighbourhood Rojak And Cendol

There's this one corner lot house in Tmn Sungai Besi Indah that sells rather nice rojak and cendol. Not as nice as the Ansari Cendol I had after running in the King of Bukit Larut event last month, but pretty decent lah...
Opens daily from 11.30am to 6.30pm.

We occasionally eat here for a quick lunch or tea-time snack.
Almost full house!

Went there yesterday for a late lunch... was a tad hungry at 2.30pm but didn't really want to eat a lot and didn't want to cook lunch so decided to eat rojak and enjoy cendol instead. Hihihi
Burp...

Just rojak mee this time, didn't order rojak sotong. That one cost more. ;-)

Anyway, the price list :
Rather than drink a RM2 sirap bandung, might as well up a bit and order cendol right? Hahaha

Maybe Meow can try when BBWS is back to Mines. :-)

42 comments:

  1. Morning Lina,

    Rojak mee - sotong? first time heard of this name. From the photo, it tastes good lar.. I would love to try it.

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    1. I didn't order the rojak with sotong though ;)

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  2. Now the weather is so hot, nice for a bowl of cendol...

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  3. Looks good ...I want also !

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  4. Meowwwww u know me well muhahaha

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  5. So many ppl eat there. Sure nice one leh.

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    1. It's in a housing area. Very convenient for us to go makan ;)

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  6. Wish I can makan now. Mbe no need wait bbws kot...can cari alasan rayau there ...kihkihkih

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    1. Car can use then come la ;)

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  7. oooh, cendol and rojak!! have not had this for a very long time already lah.. there were actually two uncle each selling cendol and rojak on their motorcycle in my neighbourhood, but i don't think i have seen them lately.. used to tapao from them and savor the nice food at home..

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    1. I haven't seen one on motorcycle in AGESSSS!

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  8. maybe it's such a long time i have not had cendol already, i am taken aback by the price of RM2.50!! and special one RM3.50, and ABC also RM3.50?? aiyoyo, the price for cendol is still RM1 or RM1.50 in my mind and ABC probably RM2 only.. hahahaha!! now now now, that's why i commented that drinks are super duper expensive now..

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    1. Hahaha

      Even a cup of soft drink cost more Thambee dei! LOL

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  9. BTW, i always have this question, anyone can enlighten me why Cendol and Rojak always go together?? :D

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    1. I remembered you asked this before. :P

      Maybe because one is hot and spicy and the other is sweet and cooling?

      Andddd... both use one common ingredients - coconut milk. :P

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  10. Yeah smart lady! For just 50 sen you could upgrade to a delicious Chendol. The menu needs to be revised.

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    1. Maybe that's their trick for customers to order cendol instead of a simple sirap bandung? :P

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  11. I often wondered why the Rojak Sellers have to sell Chendol at the same time. I wonder who started this trend?

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    1. Should ask Axian to do research and put it up on his TV program, if he didn't already! LOL

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  12. I heard BBWS!!!!! When is it coming back? I wanna run away far otherwise my house will be flooded with more books...

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    1. That one ask Meow to give you early warning la! :P

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  13. Rojak Mee? First time I heard of it. Want to try the next time I go KL. :)

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    1. It's just rojak with yellow noodles on top.

      Am quite surprised a lot of people seems not to have heard about it.

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  14. Rojak and cendol are perfect combo!!

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  15. I puzzled at the name Rojak Mee too! I've never heard of this before, it's so interesting!

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    1. It's just rojak with mee. LOL

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  16. I love rojak and cendol!! But I prefer just rojak, not rojak mee :)

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    1. Everyone has their own preference.

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  17. What is rojak and cendol?! Take pity on an African barbarian and explai ...
    Wait.
    Google.

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    1. Good girl ;)

      Are you enjoying a bit of relaxing time during the Golden Week now?

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  18. Rojak is a fruit and vegetable salad dish? Ooo.
    Cendol is described in Wikipedia as a "green worm-like jelly". Err ...

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    1. That's fruit rojak.

      The one I had "contains fried dough fritters, bean curds, boiled potatoes, prawn fritters, hard boiled eggs, bean sprouts and cucumber mixed with a thick, spicy peanut sauce".

      Cendol - that's a description to make kids get intrigues of it! LOL
      It's short strands of cooked dough made with green pea flour and the green juice of pandan leaves served with shaved ice and plenty of fresh santan (coconut cream) and gula melaka (palm sugar) ^^

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  19. Now you make me craving for Ansari cendol... Must visit the shop after work later, hehehe!

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    1. Enjoy! Hehehe

      p.s. long time no hear!

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  20. Business trick, up price a bit to make the customer choose the other one, heheh!!!

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  21. This post is evil.. after reading this one, i had craving for cendol.. and i had one yesterday. Though it wasn't up to expectation :(
    ... means I'll need to go find more :|

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    1. Hahaha

      Poor Cubie.

      Have fun in your cendol quest :p

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