300 Tampines Avenue 5
#01-02 NTUC Income Tampines Junction
Singapore 529653

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12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

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Come by Al Mahboob if you need to get your Indian rojak cravings fixed. Despite visiting during odd hours, it was a long wait due to takeaways. They offer a wide variety of ingredients and they refry them all before serving. The best thing to come for is their sweet and savoury peanut sauce made from more than 10 ingredients. The rich and thick peanut sauce is flavourful with hints of spiciness. Be prepared to brave the long wait during peak hours and I would definitely not advise coming with a hungry stomach 》$10.40

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This has to be the most popular Indian rojak in Singapore, for a dish that's not usually mentioned among favourite local eats. I agree the hot, crunchy, refillable sauce was good, but the rojak was so-so. Granted, my options were limited. I selected prawn cake, two dough cakes and a vadai.

😋 Indian Rojak, takeaway for dinner. Cost about S$19 total plus cucumbers, onions, tofu. Its a popular place for indian rojak and expect to wait 1hr+ during peak times.

Al Mahboob Rojak
NTUC Income Building
300 Tampines Ave 5
Singapore 529653

Easties, come by Tampines Junction for an easy cure to Indian rojak cravings. Made fresh, their popular Indian Rojak ($5.50 for min 4 ingredients) is fried to a perfect crisp (without being too oily) and served piping hot with a delicious, fiery, homemade chilli dip on the side. Amongst the wide variety of ingredients be sure to pick out their tempeh, crispy dough fritters, crunchy sliced cucumber, chewy tentacles, sotong and peanut fritters.
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Best Rojak ever, the secret / super power is the sauce. 🤤. love the tempeh and peanut fritter. 👍🏻 must try!

Al mahaboob serves up one of the best fried Indian rojak in Singapore. Their rojak is perfectly crispy without being overly oily. They also serve standard Indian mamak food such as maggi goreng, mee goreng, prata, and biryani. Do note that the food takes a while to come but it’s definitely worth the wait!