Rojak and more @ SS 15

rojak and more

The famous Rojak of SS 15 is inevitably one of the best Rojak around the neighborhood. For those from around this area, then you would have probably known about his but to those whom are not yet aware of this, the stall has grown with “extensions” for the past few months now.

 

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Apart from those famous delicious and fresh Rojak served in the stall, the combination of rojak and cendol seem to have complement each other so well and during a hot day, this icy cold and yummy cendol immediately serves as thirst quencher.

 

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The only irritating hassle is always the endless line you’ll have to wait. On a sunny day, that makes things worse. I sometimes give up if the line is absurdly long.
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But the good thing is, there are more stalls there now that there is always so much people lining up for the rojak. There is some other stalls with some light snacks but the star is this thing called the keropok sayur.

 

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7.keropok sayur @ ss15

 

The rest would be common kuih like the fried banana, cucur and lekor.

 

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Suddenly this place is even merrier than before this . So if anyone happens to be around this area, do drop by and try this lovely stalls with abundance of snack choices, most of it traditionally delicacy.

 

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Rojak SS 15 is located in SS 15 and you can locate it with GPS at longitude:102°13′ 11″Latitude :2°15′ 30″

 

 

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6 Responses to “Rojak and more @ SS 15”
  1. Sharifah says:

    Wow, Looks so good. I miss local food!

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    • sycookies says:

      Thanks for reading. I’ve always wonder if it possible to find something similar if not the same somewhere further from this region. I guess food is also a superb art of culture.

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  2. Isaac Tan says:

    oh, i always get confused when they call rojak in kl. In penang, my hometown they will call this pasembur.. thanks for sharing this good food ya!

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    • sycookies says:

      Now that you’ve mentioned…ya..I think rojak in penang are the ones with fruits and cucumber. I never knew the word pasembur. But now I do!🙂

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  3. Eunice says:

    uh uh…sedapp!!! But i dont like to queue..;(

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