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With majority Malay and Indian food stalls here, there’s some Chinese stalls that still selling in the evening.

Wu Ba Ye’s fried Hokkien Mee taste pretty the same with the rest but they added lala for $5 portion.

Indian Rojak ($6.30)

Big Egg & Small Egg say:

The fried potato had a distinct smoky flavour, which was good even on its own. Coconut fritters were surprisingly fragrant and had a crispy exterior. Vegetable flour is also worth a try - it had a mild fragrance which were suited to our tastebuds. Both the coconut and vegetable fritters were light and fluffy, they didn't feel too greasy, which was great! The sauce was a little too sweet for our liking, but it still complemented the rojak pretty well.

Rating: 🐣🐣🐣🥚🥚

Some of us may not be familiar with Indian rojak. If you’re at Ayer Rajah Food Centre, consider trying Abdhus Salam Rojak (Stall 73). It certainly wouldn’t appeal to those on keto diets or weight watchers but it’s one of those heritage hawker dishes you should try in your lifetime.

My favourite items in Indian rojak are the fried coconut fritters, potato and egg flour. What I appreciate most is that the items are still made by hand at a time when many stalls serve factory made items (I’ll try to avoid those places). If you like prawns, then make sure you try the small prawn cracker.

The joy of eating Indian rojak is dipping the floury filled treats into a sweet, spicy reddish orange peanut gravy. No item is left not being dipped into it. The gravy had a consistent texture and had the right amount of sweetness and spiciness.

It was unfortunate that the staff forgot to serve the mix of fresh cucumber, chilli and purple onion, and I only realised it when I reached home. Nonetheless, I really like the Indian rojak here.

This plate (or mountain) of Indian rojak set us back about $20. It does induce food coma so eat at your own discretion.

If you’re living in the North, check out their sister outlet Ministry of Rojak at Northpoint City.

One of my favourites!! The menu underwent a revamp recently, and is now very extensive. My favourite chicken panini is now served as a set meal ($5) with fries and spiced soup. Highlight of this store is definitely the juicy grilled meat chock full of flavour!!

Thought this store looked quite promising, so I decided to try something new! The porridge ($3) is smooth and starchy, but rather salty. Was disappointed because there were only a few small pieces of minced pork!

For a balanced and delicious bowl. Choose your protein of choice from Salmon Teriyaki, Satay Chicken, Korean Chicken/Pork and choose 3 sides from a list of 9. It can be as nutritious as you want it to be if you choose the right sides. Personally my all time fave is Salmon with broccoli, sunny side up and sous vide egg. Salmon is freshly cooked upon order and I love how it is perfectly cooked without being over done and dry. Chef torches the salmon to give it extra crackling and fragrance. All these for a wallet friendly $6 only. The non-salmon bowls are less than $6.