Located in Ayer Rajah Food Centre, this is one of two Indian rojak stalls amidst an entire row of Malay food joints. Second-generation hawker Habib Mohamed has been helping out at his father's stall since his teenage years, and has since taken over the operations — a heartening decision, since his father named the stall after him. His dedication sees him waking up in the wee hours of the morning to begin food prep. The hard work shines through in the food, which Tastemaker Julius Lim declares to be "damn good". He shares that the flour-based items like the prawn fritters ($2) and coconut fritters (tepong kelapa, $0.70) are excellent, and that you'll also find a selection of lesser-found rojak items like cow lungs ($2), cow liver ($3) and marinated squid (from $4). All the crisp-fried items are delicious when dipped in spicy and nutty sauce. Prices vary based on what you order, but expect to pay around $10 for a plate for two that Tastemaker Julius assures us will be wiped clean very quickly.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim