This rojak stall is truly a gem. The owner grinds his own peanuts, makes his own chilli and insists on using only the best Hae Gor (prawn paste) from Penang. He also grills his You Tiao (dough fritters) over a tiny charcoal flame while the people queue over an hour for his rojak.
Interesting fact: this stall only opens between 4.38pm and 1.38am; however regulars still call ahead an hour in advance to place their orders for this freshly toasted rojak. The thick and rich sauce served on the side is also topped generously with peanuts, making it a luscious and fragrant dip.
Be first in line at Lau Hong Ser Rojak to savour this zesty favourite and you certainly won’t be disappointed.
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