Rojak for lunch

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  1. u make my stomach and mouth asking for rojak la..

    u so bad,,,, can not liao.. need to go for rojak hunting.. yum yum

  2. The rojak is one famous in Klang Valley. You should have also try the “siew taufu pok”. It is equally as tasteful as the rojak (plus sinful and potential heart stopper due to the quantity of “har goh” used). Like they say… no pain no gain.

  3. Pg Tua Pui: Hehe, yes i know how that feeling is when you’re dying to eat something! Happy rojak hunting then!

  4. Anon: You mean this rojak is very famous? I just happened to pass by and bought it – dunno about its history.

  5. Cumi&Ciki infected you with that craving and now you've infected ME! (Mesti keluar cari rojak buah nanti…)

  6. Life for Beginners: Oh dear! Cravings are pretty infectious, aren't they?! LOL! Please go & get treatment, hehe!

  7. Yes this is one of the famous rojak in Klang Valley. I love their fried tauhu too. hmmmm now feel like eating fruit rojak…..looks like I know what I’ll have for lunch tomorrow.

  8. Hi maelyn: wow, really?! I didn't know this is a famous one – i just happened to stumble onto it, haha! What a lucky find! I certainly will go & buy again & again, lol! Thanks for the info 🙂

  9. Whoaaa.. your fruit rojak is quite different than our fruit rojak here in Indonesia.

    We have a rojak called “Rujak Juhi” (juhi = sotong) but that one is totally different than fruit rojak (no fruits at all).

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