Sunday, May 6, 2012

A nice cold cendol .........

I am not a real fan of mamak cendol and rojak mee...
that day the weather was kinda hot and i went to get myself a "cold refreshing cendol"
since then I begin to enjoy cendol...
On our way back from Income Tax Center (Jalan Duta), we stop by at the PJ Section 17 for Mamak Rojak and Cendol......
I have not tried this before and I always heard from my MIL that the cendol is very good n so on...

many customer - 2 vans ( 1 for selling cendol n 1 for selling the rojak)
should b very good...... let me have a good look first...

1st van selling rojak....

looks good huh....

2nd van - just selling cendol and other drinks...

rojak .. - RM5.00 (with sotong)...
I feel that the price for Rojak is kinda expensive...
the keropok is nice but the cucuk udang is kinda disappointing ...
the flour was too much....

cendol - RM1.50
price reasonable .. but I feel that the brown sugar was not fragrant enough...

I prefer the mamak rojak at the Taman Bahagia LRT station and the PJ Seapark (opposite the wet market)





32 comments:

  1. OMG! Haven't had cendol in ages!!!!

    I think the last one I had was in Bangi, nearby the factories there.

    Nearer, it would be at Bangsar Petronas station. That one also ages ago.

    You sure make me crave for some now!

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  2. really a lot of people, hahaha, but yet to reach to your standard huh?? have you actually wonder, why rojak and cendol always go together??

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    1. bro, i really don't know..
      is it rojak and cendol is mamak/indian specialty?
      do you have the answer?

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    2. Mr. SK is playing Mystery Riddle? LOL Kelian u haha

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    3. Lol..... But actually I m curious to know....

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  3. ooo, i haven't had much cendol in KL, but i've always felt like my favorite cendol is the one back in malacca, near the famous red clock tower. the sweetness, the creaminess, the coldness feel just nice :D

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    1. yes .. me too...
      The melaka at the jonker street was simply the best.
      the fresh santan and also the gula melaka .. plus the fine ais..
      yummy...

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  4. i like cendol too~ but is from Klang~ =D

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    1. i tried that too..
      but i feel that it is nothing special....
      not the one that i eat at the jonker st melaka..
      that one is really ummhhhhhhh...

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  5. I like this kind of places - usually nice and cheap. Too bad those weren't so great. Next time I go KL, you take me to the nice ones, ok?

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  6. I like my cendol with pulut~~ It's a good dessert to quench the thirst!

    Mee rojak is called pasembor, too XD The last time I had mee rojak is priced at RM3.00, without sotong.

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    1. ooo i like cendol pulut too..
      it is nice...

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  7. I fondly remember my first experience with rojak and cendol nine years ago. I still haven't quite become accustomed to the textures.

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    1. lol .. try the melaka cendol .. is really good...
      2 thumbs up...
      then you shall remember it .....

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  8. I think Klang cendol is still the best... hehehe..

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    1. ooo ... u try the melaka one then try the klang one..
      later you write a blog and let ur readers know..

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  9. I remember this stall. Last time, I studied at UM, stayed at S17 student house. I get to try this a few time during my stay there. You brought back my memory of my student life. hahahaha!

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    1. Good .. so what else bring back your memory?
      eat with your first bf and etc?
      lol.... did you try the secion 17 dessert and chee cheung fun?
      I always eat there with my wife.. PLC......

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  10. The Tmn Bahagia LRT station one quite fehmes eh? I've tried it once and yeah, they are good! The Sec 17 one oso I've tried before.. So-so only lah..

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    1. There are more fried stuff at the Tmn Bahagia LRT station..
      the peanuts was not grind to fine .. and you still can taste it...

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  11. Cendol is the best dessert during hot weather...

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  12. This rojak has been around for ages, and always attract good crowd during meal & snack time :)

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    1. wonder why le?
      maybe is the location and easy for the ppl to park their car....

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  13. I like my bowl of cendol with nice nice gula melaka! ^^

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  14. yummm, I miss the Rojak and Cendol that sell in Taman Bahagia <3

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  15. Usually they charge a lot more if you order the rojak with sotong.

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  16. You make me have a craving for chendol, the rojak looks from different from Singapore Rojak, if I have a chance next time I eat Singapore Rojak, I will take a picture and post it on my blog.

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