Review: Brothers Rojak (Singapore)



Clementi Central Singapore

Brothers Rojak

dishes out tasty rojak with add-on options for grilled dried cuttlefish, cuttlefish head, ding fish and cod fish slices.



Brothers Rojak dishes out rojak with very nice flavour. Comes with the usual tau pok, youtiao, cucumber, pineapple and pear slices mixed in the sweet tasting rojak sauce. You’ve options to add on grilled fried cuttlefish, cuttlefish head, ding fish and cod fish slices. Shown here is with grilled dried cod fish slices added which is crispy and really good. The only downside here is the tau pok and youtiao are no longer crispy, even though they’ve been grilled. This is surely one of the better rojaks around.


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