Hock Seng Rojak, the self proclaimed Rojak King. The small white board under their signboard, they also boast that their Rojak is world no.1 taste! However, how many times had we seen that restaurants and stall claimed that they are the best but utterly failed in the end? This is not the case for Hock Seng Rojak.
Their Rojak is really really good. The prawn sauce is extremely thick. Besides, they add in not only peanuts but dried shrimps too, which make the rojak taste even better! However, I find it a bit too spicy when I ate it the 1st time, but slowly it become OK. 8.0/10
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- Tagged Desert, Food, fruits, George Town, hock seng rojak, lebuh cecil, Malaysia, non Halal, Penang, Rojak
Well, although Penang is famous for it’s Hokkien Mee, or better known as prawn mee, I always can’t seem to find really great Hokkien Mee at Penang. Most of the one that I tried is just above average (although still way better than those at KL one). I can’t even think of a place to bring my friends from KL to treat them a good Hokkien Mee when asked, until recently, my mum introduce this….
Super Hokkien Mee, or “wan lai fuk hokkien mee”
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- Tagged Breakfast, Food, George Town, hokkien mee, Jalan Bawasah, Malaysia, non Halal, One corner cafe, Penang, prawn mee, Rojak, super hokkien mee