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Indian Rojak & Cendol

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Indian Rojak & Cendol

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Taman Bahagia, Petaling Jaya Malaysia
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Sze Wei wrote a review Dec 2018
Kulai, Malaysia150 contributions32 helpful votes
Worth the time to queue up for pasembor while enjoying the chendol on the street walks. I vow to come back for more soon.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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nellielim wrote a review Nov 2015
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4110 contributions1503 helpful votes
Indian rojak or pasembor together with chendol is one of the popular street food in Malaysia. Normally sold by Indian Muslims on modified motocycles or minivans, there will be long queues along the street where they are parked for business. This stall opposite the Taman Bahagia LRT station has several wooden tables at the park. The rojak is spicy and savoury and the chendol a sweet, refreshing thirst quenching dessert.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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ryanteo wrote a review Jun 2015
Guangzhou, China7799 contributions513 helpful votes
Indian rojak and cendol are popular local Indian delicacies. The prices in the gravy make the rojak delicious. The fragrant taste of cendol gives you completely different feel to your taste buds. If you like spicy food, try Indian rojak when visiting Malaysia.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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confortablehotel wrote a review May 2015
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia3 contributions3 helpful votes
The Indian Rojak was definitely worth the try for anyone who enjoy spicy food. It came in good quality and quantity. While eating the "hot stuff", don't forget to order a bowl of Cendol, which is sweet and"cool", to reduce "the heat" of hotness, which may totally cost you less than Six Ringgit.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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