Review: Fong’s Rojak (Singapore)

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Clementi 448 Food Centre Singapore

Fong’s Rojak

does decently nice tasting rojak. It is a bit heavy on the sugar though.



Fong’s Rojak does decently nice rojak. Comes with the usual slices of cucumber, pineapple and pear with you tiao and tau pok in a sweetened shrimp paste sauce, topped with crushed peanuts.

Both you tiao and tau pok are toasted and the crispy you tiao tastes nice. Tau pok is just lightly crispy though. The rojak sauce tastes decently nice, is on the watery side and a bit heavy on the sugar. If you are not too particular, this is quite a likeable rojak.


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