This is where I fix my craving for cendul and pasembor rojak whenever I come home to KL from KK or oversea. All this good food really make me feel homesick. This is one the famous cendul and Indian rojak in Klang Valley that I would recommend you to try. Usually people buy for take away but there are chairs if you want enjoy your cendol and rojak here.
Indian Rojak at Jalan Merah Silu, Seri Petaling
Cendul, RM1.80The plump worm look chendul is made with mix of pea and rice flour, water, pandan essence and green colouring, then piped out into this feature. What made a good chendul? A good coconut milk, sweet palm sugar syrup, shave ice, red bean and sweet corn. It’s one of the most available desserts for hot day, you can find it at the busy roadside down the neighbourhood and together with pasembor rojak it is a great complimentary for a quick meal.
Rojak, RM3.50Indian Rojak, also known as the Mamak Rojak, is made by Indian Muslims locally, it is a spicy hot salad with piping hot gravy. Indian rojak contains fried dough fritters, bean curds, boiled potatoes, prawn fritters, hard boiled eggs, bean sprouts and cucumber mixed with a sweet thick, spicy peanut gravy. This is delicious and sinfully good!
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