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Review (11)
Level4 2015-11-15
106 views
For more reviews, visit www.umakemehungry.com or like our facebook page.Speaking of Toa Payoh Rojak, I can only remember the one at the Toa Payoh's bus interchange and nothing else but this stall in Old Airport Road has somehow got my attention with its queues and numbering system. The queue numbering system works different here and does not follow the usual way whereby your number and your order is ready. Instead, customers are expected to collect a number card from the stall first then when the number is shown electronically, you are required to place your order with them.Taupok, "You Tiao" aka fried dough sticks were all toasted and mixed within the sticky prawn paste and other essential items (Jellyfish, beansprouts, kangkong, cucumbers) that can be found usually in a plate of Rojak. Thereafter with chopped peanuts sprinkled all over, making it more appealing.Having tried better ones elsewhere, I would say that I still prefer Hoover Rojak, Brother's Rojak & Soon Heng Rojak in Toa Payoh over this. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-01
49 views
Now let's see, how special can a plate of rojak gets? First, the ingredients. From fried doughstick, raddish and pineapple, everything blends well so nicely with the rojak sauce. It's so addictive, I think I can have another plate! The ingredients are so crunchy and fresh. The pineapple is reslly sweet and juicy, while the fried doughstick isn't too hard or dry. Second, the rojak sauce. The special concoction that makes it the rojak sauce is the key success of the dish. It has a slight tangy taste which makes the rojak very appetizing and addictive. Aside from the sauce, the peanut crush enhanced the sauce texture and gave tasters a tasteful experience. The whole combination of fresh ingredients and special rojak sauce makes the rojak a rare gem at old airport road hawker centre. It's no wonder the stall owner has installed a digital queue number system for customers to order. This is a really popular stall and they really serve nice rojaks, so must give it a try! Celine continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-21
53 views
Food hunting still goes on and I decided to queue for Toa Payoh Rojak. I didn't have this for quite sometime already. It is Goh's first time eating that. I love it! I simply love the youtiao cos it was so crispy and the shrimp paste was just nice and best it was not too sweet after mixing it all. But somehow I feel that the slicing of the fruits and vegetables was kinda thin somehow can't really taste it.Now the old couple assigned their son-in-law to run the business and he was there help to prepare the rojak. The standard is still maintained, it is not too sweet, just nice! Just like last time you need to get queue number. Just sit near the stall when they flash your number all you have to do is to go up and make your order and in about 5 mins you will get your yummy rojak! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-15
57 views
This rojak stall attracts many people and the demand is so huge that they have to implement a queue system to order your rojak. When you place your order, you will be given a queue number. Don't be deceived by the lack of crowds mobbing the stall- they are all probably waiting somewhere else for their number to flash!I am not too sure why people find this one of the best rojak in Singapore but I guess the stall has got many things right on the dish. The ingredients were undoubtedly really fresh- chunks of juicy pineapple, cucumber, bean sprouts coupled with crispy you tiao and tau pok, covered in their very delicious prawn paste, scattered with crunchy peanut bits. It is a good mix of taste and textures and I enjoyed savouring every bite of this dish! continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-08
22 views
The FoodI ordered the Rojak which was served topped with peanuts, crispy tau pok, you tiao and reasonable cuts of the fresh vegetable fruits combined with very high quality prawn paste and mixed very well.The sauce was very thick and had a very distinct superb taste and was very well, nicely blended together with right amount of sweetness and sourness.The ServiceWaiting time still acceptable as the food is served within 15mins and they use number display instead of queuingThe AmbienceAlthough the stall is in a Hawker Center, i find that the place was well-ventilated and not stuffy hence still acceptableThe PriceReasonably priced at $3 onwards per plate for decent portion.OverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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