This stall had many recommendations like Makansutra, Channel U, etc. and it claims that the you tiao (deep-fried dough sticks) used in their rojak is made by them.
I ordered a S$3 portion for takeaway (see picture above). My verdict? Well, the you tiao may have been made by them but the ones I had were already pre-fried (not made on the spot) and hard! The you tiao is supposed to be crispy and not hard! The cuttlefish slices were also not bbq long enough to get the fragrance out of them. And auntie didn’t even offer to separate the sauce from the ingredients. 😦 Auntie also put a few slices (something like 5 pieces each) of pineapple, cucumber and turnip.
The only saving grace about this rojak is their tau pok (fried beancurd) which is a little bit crispy and the potent chilli! So potent that you’d better stand by gallons of water if you are not a chilli fan. Of course, you can always ask auntie not to put in the chilli but there may be leftovers from the previous order, if you know what I mean.
Unfortunately, I will not patronise this stall again. I much prefer my Clementi Brothers Rojak.