Hasan Rojak and Cendol, the famous local teatime treat in Seapark and Taman Paramount area.
There’s nothing more but to eat, eat and eat everytime when we are in Seapark and Taman Paramount, Petaling Jaya. We always planned for at least 2 eateries, normally kopitiam brunch followed by cafe hopping, because there’s so much good food in this neighbourhood!
Spotted Hasan Rojak and Cendol after a pretty awesome Ipoh Kai Si Hor Fun and Poached Chicken meal at Soo Kee Restoran. The truck, which stationed at junction in front of mini mart, near to Seapark wet market was seen busy, crowded with patrons. We just skipped it initially and went One Half Cafe for coffee but ended up going back and “dapao” home rojak and cendol because it is almost teatime, plus the weather was so hot. Haha.. actually is tam chiak.
Afterall, with the crowd seen, we believe it wont go far from being nice. No harm trying. Rojak biasa is priced at RM4.20, Rojak with Sotong is RM5.70 per packet. Shredded cucumber, sengkuang, deep fried dough fritters, prawn fritters, hard boiled egg and cuttlefish piled up, dressed in a bed of thick, peanuty sauce that carries mild spiciness and sweetness. Gravy was tad too sweet for our liking, while for ingredients, we do like the crispy prawn fritters. Sotong was properly cooked too, chewy but not rubbery.
Hasan Cendol, at RM3.00 for take away, wasn’t memorable. You can easily get a better version out there but it comes right to cold down the body with a plate of rojak by the roadside, under scorching hot afternoon. Be patient when ordering, as it is quite clumsy. Those who came later get their orders before us, because people simply queue at both sides, some just called out loud for orders from their table, far behind the boss.. Hahaha. But that’s the beauty of street food ordering huh?
Check them out if you happened to be around and craving for simple Indian rojak.
Hasan’s Rojak and Cendol
Jalan 21/17 & Jalan 21/22,
Seapark, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.