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You could also find Rojak served at this local restaurant too. But of course, no way to be compared to those in Penang or Kuala Lumpur for the ingredients used were slightly different in a way of two. Sauce used was less pungent, didn’t looks like prawn paste, perhaps it was inhouse made. Fruits wise, you would find u cubes of pineapples, cucumber, fried fritters and bean curd, lesser varieties that I have seen so far. I guess it was another so-so dish to me .
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You could also find Rojak served at this local restaurant too. But of course, no way to be compared to those in Penang or Kuala Lumpur for the ingredients used were slightly different in a way of two. Sauce used was less pungent, didn’t looks like prawn paste, perhaps it was inhouse made. Fruits wise, you would find u cubes of pineapples, cucumber, fried fritters and bean curd, lesser varieties that I have seen so far. I guess it was another so-so dish to me .
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