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There was a popular Rojak at the Toa Payoh Bus Interchange basement. The queue was very long, at least 30 minutes wait in the queue. When it my turn to order, the stall holder prepared the Rojak very fast in less than 5 minutes.The Rojak was noticeably different with many toasted peanuts. The peanuts was crushed, powdery and add to the dryness mouthfeel when eating the Rojak. There was too many peanuts until some of that sticked to my throat.The Rojak sauce had a mild prawn paste aroma and taste
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There was a popular Rojak at the Toa Payoh Bus Interchange basement. The queue was very long, at least 30 minutes wait in the queue. When it my turn to order, the stall holder prepared the Rojak very fast in less than 5 minutes.

The Rojak was noticeably different with many toasted peanuts. The peanuts was crushed, powdery and add to the dryness mouthfeel when eating the Rojak. There was too many peanuts until some of that sticked to my throat.

The Rojak sauce had a mild prawn paste aroma and taste. The sauce was also mild sourish. I felt the Rojak sauce tasted more like savoury sweet and sour sauce for pork ribs than prawn paste sauce.

The ingredients in the Rojak included cucumber, mangkuang, freshly toasted taupok and fritters. Although the fritters were freshly toasted, they were slightly chewy and hard. 

Overall, this Rojak was average, to me it was not worth to queue for 30 minutes. I would still prefer Rojak with heavier flavour of prawn paste and lesser crushed peanuts.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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$3 (Tea)