Slurp down sweet Asian desserts at Mohammed Sultan Road Cheng Tng (stall 32) or a lushly smooth soy bean curd at House of Soya Beans (stall 14), before attacking terrific rojak – the spicy Malay version of mixed vegetable and fruit salad – at Clementi Brothers Rojak (stall 21). Finish with a serving of wok-seared char kway teow at stall 18.
Ro: So you have better suggestions? It's tagged under "Hawker centres". What else could be more worthy (or equivalent) than those local food named? It only meant the local fares there are probably better than other hawker centres around. Your Comment Title should be, "I didn't get the DUH part."
Anon: GOSH. You obviously haven't been reading much on TimeOut local food posts.
Posted on Sun 03 Jun 2012 16:11:11
Ro said: “Double huh”
Yes because everyone knows rojak and char kway teow are famous western dishes....
Posted on Sat 02 Jun 2012 08:56:20
Anon said: “huh?”
None of those things sound good. You Time Out people don't know about local food. Only fancy western food.