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Toa Payoh Rojak located at Old Airport Road Block 51 Market & Food Centre #01-108, 51 Old Airport Road , (S)39005. The rojak stall specializes in rojak. I like their yu tiao mixed the peanut sauce, crispy and taste is good.
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28 Aug 2013 10:43:35
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Toa Payoh Rojak located at Old Airport Road Block 51 Market & Food Centre #01-108, 51 Old Airport Road , (S)39005. The rojak stall specializes in rojak. I like their yu tiao mixed the peanut sauce, crispy and taste is good.
Blk 51 #01-103 Old Airport Rd Singaporeâ?? 390051
I have heard that this place serves some decent rojak but sadly, I may have to give it a lower rating. Personally, I love my rojak to be spicy and thick with gravy, that is why I asked for more prawn paste and chilli upon order. To my surprise, the rojak was really drenched with sauce, so much so that it was just too salty for me. I ended up eating the ingredients and left the sauce out. As a tip, don’t ask for more sauce in future.
Brought a plate of spicy Rojak as a dessert for dinner. This stall implemented a queue numbering system and customer can collect their Rojak based on the number given to them whichI think is a good way of collecting their Rojak. As for the Rojak, the sauce has the right thickness, slight salty. The spicy level was there, up to the standard. The more you eat, the more spicy it will be. Those who like to eat spicy food can try their spicy Rojak. Generous amount of chopped peanut and given and bean sprout is also included. But I think that the amount of You Tiao is too little. Other ingredients includes mang guang and cucumber which add a crunchy texture to the Rojak. Overall quite a good stall offering a spicy type of Rojak and the price is reasonable.
It is like seeing a doctor in the clinic, you will need to take a number first and wait for your turn. There is a LED board displaying the number right in front of the stall. When your number is displayed then you go to the stall, hand in your number tag and then place your order. I usually take a number first and then go order other foods and get a seat near the rojak stall to wait for my number appeared on the LED board. I ever asked the boss once for his reason to have such a numbering system. He said, the long waiting time is part of the reason as they make an effort to grill every you tiao before cutting it and mixing with the sauce and the rest of ingredients like pineapple, turnip, cucumber, bean sprouts etc. I enjoyed the crispiness of the you tiao as well as the tau pok even after mixing with the sauce, i can still clearly taste the crispy texture. The prawn paste used is of excellent quality but the grounded peanuts tasted just normal. Recommended.Spending: Approximately SGD 4.00
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