So we found ourselves in the Harbourfront area again and looking for something good to eat.
We had the Chicken Rice from Aspirasi already and also the power Mee Rebus from Haji Daliman so how about something else…
We chanced upon a stall selling Indian Rojak and suddenly we found ourselves being led (by our stomachs) towards it… They had other typical Mamak fare like Mee Goreng, Sop Kambing and Roti Prata but we decided to go for the Indian Rojak instead.
Quite a big selection to choose from actually and several different pricing levels of course.
Things like Egg Dough fritters, Plain dough fritters, hotdogs and Coconut fritters cost $0.80 each.
Fish cake, Potatoes, Ngoh Hiang, Fish Fillet and Wadeh go for between $1.00-$1.30.
Like I said… lots to choose from!
And we were lucky because they’d just opened and a lot of it was fresh out of the fryer!!
There’s also Sotong too! But didn’t fit it into the picture… Hehehehe
As always, the kuah plays a major part for Indian Rojak and luckily the kuah at Mohamed Arafat does not fall short. It would have been such a waste since their rojak items were nice and fresh!
The kuah was really tasty and not too watery at all. In fact, it’s got quite a spicy kick to it!!
The plate of Rojak you see above cost us about $6.50 and was more than enough to share between 2 people. We took Fish Fillet, Fish Cake, Potato, Hot dog, Sotong, Wadeh and Egg Dough fritter. Nice and fresh and crispy. A great plate of Indian Rojak!
Indian Rojak 3.5/5
Indian Rojak 4/5
The signage at the stall says ‘Waterlook Street Indian Rojak’.
I’m not sure because I’ve never heard of Indian Rojak from Waterloo Street being the bomb but I can tell you that the Indian Rojak at Seah Im also quite power!!
Mohamed Arafat Muslim Food
Seah Im Food Centre
2 Seah Im Road
Operating Hours: 5am til 9pm Tuesdays to Sundays
Closed on Mondays