Saturday, December 12, 2009

ROJAK AND CENDOL-TMN BAHAGIA.

This is my mother's favorite place for Cendol but for Indian Rojak she prefers Hasan's stall in front of the SEA Park market.

Here, she can sit down and enjoy her meal under the canopy of shady trees with pigeons for

company and a great view of the Taman Bahagia LRT's trains plying up and down.

Cendol- Pandan flavored green bean flour noodle, kidney bean, light coconut milk and coarsely shaved ice which gives a crunchy bite-a great cool drink on a hot afternoon-Rm1.30/

Indian rojak made upon order is basically filled with crispy paper-thin prawn fritters, deep fried tofu, sliced grated coconut rolls, blanched beansprout, chopped cucumber, yam bean and served with a topping of spicy fragrant peanut sauce-a bit spicy on first bite, otherwise it was OK-Rm3.50/

A lot of friendly pigeons for company.

Location: A white mobile van, opposite the Taman Bahagia LRT station, Petaling Jaya.

7 comments:

smallkucing said...

Yes, ate there before. Nice. Now the price is a bit expensive already

el-f said...

Among my favourites - after ice kacang! What's your personal recommendation for the best ABC?

Modo Alimentare a.k.a. food way said...

it looks like the Pasembur from Penang...

foodbin said...

smallkucing-still affordable.
el-f-for ABC-corner stall in SS2 food court and stall 46 in Medan Selera PJ old town.
Modo Alimentare a.k.a. food way-yes it's is!

thenomadGourmand said...

I agree the ABC stall in SS2 rocks! cheap somemore hor? Stall number 61 i think?

this van one I think its expensive (for the portions & quality of fritters) & the last time I went I got hard (like kinda uncooked red beans ;p ) so I ddnt go back since Hehehe..

Stephanie said...

The next time I am there, I would give this rojak a try... oh the chendol too. Sounds good!

foodbin said...

thenomadGourmand-the SS2 guy up the price, now it's Rm2.30/
Stephanie-do give it, a try.