About nearly 10 years ago when I was studying at Taylor college, one of the stalls that really keep us curious which is this stall called Rojak SS15 that opens its stall after 2pm which located in front of Shell station and when its business start, many people will start queuing to buy Rojak till we decided to join the crowd. As me and my friend are from Penang, one thing that got me and my friend confuse was there wordings, in Penang, Rojak means the food are add on with the shrimp paste not this version, that this version in Penang would be called ‘Pasembor’. Apparently they are one of the Famous Rojak at SS15.
Till last weekend when I was around the area, and I saw how come this stall so many people queuing up for the food only till I realize that it was the Rojak stall which previously located infront of Shell Station and now they have been relocate to this mini area next to Subang Square.
Now they have several stalls together with one of the Indian stalls that sell there, we feel that they serve like really traditional Indian ‘kuih’ that just came out from the hot wok.
This is called ‘Vadai’ as the lady sell it very cheap. It taste something like donut, instead being sweet, its abit salty and spicy yet with indian herbs taste.
Next is this masalodeh which I rate it as a type of biscuits. It doesnt taste something like Famous-Amos but similiar as the above just that its crunchy.
Next to that indian stall, locate this stall which sells drinks, with their availability of Cendul, ABC, coconut drink in this hot weather is surely something hard to resist. Only then I remember that this stall used to stay by the side of the Rojak at the petrol station and now they have move in together.
My best friend Desmond had organize a gathering for the past round. Many of us came with the same usual group that we used to hang out when I was working with my old company yet I am very happy that get to meet up with them again, miss the happy hour, the lepak time at office below and that was the past.
This round the chosen place is the newly open restaurant Ying Ker Lou at Pavilion which I their branch at The Curve is quite good.
Looking at the menu, I had a hard choice of choosing the food and the same with the rest tooas everything seems delicious and their decision is chin chai la..*faint
Some of us we do reach early as we enjoy our lovely conversation over a pot of tea which I like it very much with strong taste of tea is detected that can paint a layer over my tongue.
Finally, we had decided what to eat after looking at the people next to us and enjoying themselves.
We ordered ‘Hakka Pun Choi’
(as suddenly I forgot the english name) as this big pot can dine by 8-10 pax as there are around 8 of us as that would be the right choice.
Filled with Hakka mee, Prawns, porks, belly’s and chicken.
This was the end of the road after we could not finish it not because of its too big as its because its to ‘jelak’ already. It was not the right choice of us to go along for this dish. Most of us find it so so only yet most of us are not full too.
The best part is when comes to paying, our Chin Chai dinner cost us RM50 each for this dish and it was a total dissapointment for me to pay for such a dish. All of us learn our lesson.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 4/10, Quite dissapointing~-Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Ying Ker Lou
(next to J.Co Donut below Tangs)