This rojak contains the regular ingredients of you tiao and tau pok pieces, cucumber, pear and pineapple slices, with some vegetables and bean sprouts mixed in a sweet rojak sauce and topped with grated peanuts.
The crispy pieces of you tiao and tau pok are really nice. Unfortunately not all are crispy. Most of them are soft and barely crispy, and probably only a small handful of the you tiao and tau pok pieces are crispy.
The rojak sauce is sweet and sticky, quite plentiful too, coating the bits and pieces nicely. Flavours are rather nice, especially with the added grated peanuts. Very likeable.
The weakest link for this rojak is the soft pieces of you tao and tau pok. If these were crispier, this would have be a really lovely plate of rojak. The rojak at Lau Pa Sat Cooked Food is definitely better.
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