Goes by a heartwarming stall name, Warung Nenek has mainly snacks like goreng pisang, vegetable-stuffed tau pok (beancurd puffs) to offer. But we decided to try their rojak bakar instead.

Similar to the Chinese rojak, it's a mixed of ingredients tossed in a lighter version of the sweet sauce and shrimp paste, with crushed peanuts sprinkled above. What's different is that there are no turnips, no fruits like mango and pineapple, just mostly the fluffy tau pok and crispy you tiao (dough fritters). Makes me feel less sinful with this lighter version of rojak!