During the long, HOT Gawai holidays, I eat ROJAK almost everyday for tea break in the afternoon.
Day 1 (June 1, 2006), I had my first rojak at the garden near near SRB Chung Hua No.3. The ingredients include timun, turnip (thanks pinkcotton, I never know that mengkuang is turnip!), dried tauhu, sotong (brown), grained peanut and rojak paste. HMMMMMM...where is the pineapple???
Then I heard someone from behind saying:
"Ah leng ah, you have to tell people that what are the ingredients that has finished already, do not just simply take order!!"
Anyway, was abit disappointed with the Rojak ler, the paste is not YUMMY and not spicy at ALL!
Day 2 (June 2, 2006), I had rojak at Old Rex Cafe (Behind Singapore Chicken Rice at Rubber Road). Not satisfied with the one I had the day before ma. This time, the first thing I asked, "Got pineapple not?" "No, finish already."
Still ordered one plate from her la. The ingredients are timun, turnip, dried tauhu and rojak paste. This time the rojak paste taste better and is a little bit spicy (very little bit). I do not take spicy food, so you will know how little is the spicy taste.
BUT no pineapple wo.
Day 3 (June 3, 2006), my bf suggested to have rojak at Ice Stone at Saberkas. Since it is "TAKE what you like" (then pay according to the weight), so I put all the fruits that I like. The ingredients are timun, dried tauhu, fried you cha kueh, jambu air, mango (slurp), pineapple (YEAH), rojak paste and lime juice (optional).
MmMmMmMmMm ... finally...rojak with pineapple and the rojak paste is a little bit spicy *open mouth BIG and ARMMM*... mMmMmMmm
The most satisfying rojak!!!
Day 4 (June 4, 2006), no more rojak. HAHA...actually we plan to eat rojak der...but...I cant finish my work in time lor. =(
I know there is rojak stall at Open Air and Song Keng Hai Market. Where else got ROJAK? hmm...so the research is not yet completed lor. Anyone volunteer to continue and list all the rojak stall in Kuching?