Monday, August 18, 2014

Fruit Rojak

Fruit Rojak - MYR7.50 - green mango, pineapple, cucumber, jicama (sengkuang), and crackers with crushed peanut and fish paste sauce. 

Bubur Cha Cha - MYR4.80 

Black glutinous rice dessert - MYR4.25

Nyonya Color,
Gardens, MidValley
Service Charge: No
Govt. Tax: 6%
Credit Card Payment: No
Air conditioned: Yes, not enclosed
Total Bill: MYR17.55 (4 pax)

28 comments:

  1. ah, i have been there once but of course passed by numerous times and everytime this place is always packed with people.. the rojak and desserts all look good, but of course i would think they are pricey, can go there once in a while but not always.. :)

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    1. I believe this is one of the most affordable eatery so that's why it is always packed. If you compare to your homecooking of course this is pricey. :)

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  2. I love bubur chacha.. But I only like the liquid, don't really like all the "liew", haha.. Ooohhh, rojak.. I like it with only pineapples and keropok..

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    1. Good morning Princess Ribbon, I imagine you ordering hanya mau nenas dan keropok, :D

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  3. yummy fruit rojak. I live it with the keropok

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    1. Keropok gives it the crunchiness!

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  4. Nice. You should hop over and try our celebrated Bintangor rojak...and the very very nice one at my favourite cafe in town, Payung!

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    1. Had bubur cacar here that day - not nice. Watch out for my blog on that!

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    2. Payung is a must visit in Sibu. Must order bangladeshi lamb curry.

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    3. Looking forward to your post on the bubur cacar. :)

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  5. I like what you have!! Er, that black glutinous rice dessert sweet or not??

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    1. Sweet but the santan gives it a salty taste too.

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  6. I love fruit rojak! There used to be a very good rojak stall near the now extinct Atria Shopping Centre in Damansara Jaya. I don't know if the rojak man still operates in that vicinity.

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    1. I seldom venture to that area so I don't know too.

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  7. Mun, I love all the food in Nyonya Color! From the packet of mee siam... to desserts to the kuehs.. they are so tasty... the kuehs are very quality... small and refined.. but as long as it taste good, pay a bit more than the usual is justified... :)

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    1. I agree with you 100% Claire. It is not that paying MYR100 for a dish only.

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  8. AHA Bananaz now only knows jicama is (sengkuang)..good learning via blogging tQVM. Prices go places in MV of course its RM7.50 & for the same my favorite motorbike rojak 'stall' is half the price but instead of that lovely fruity plate you get it served with white boxes haha.

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    1. Welcome! :) Of course the same food served by motorbike vendors is cheaper and sometimes taste better too. :)

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  9. I love bubur chacha, but seems like ages since I last had them. My mom doesn't make them anymore, in fact she doesn't make anything that requires santan :(

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    1. Santan is fattening. Better to not eat so much of it. :)

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  10. Wow...i would love to have the last dessert...tong sui!

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  11. I like that plate of fruit rojak, a great snack when watching TV at home, haha!

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    1. You make your own fruit rojak complete with peanut fish sauce at home or tapao?

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  12. My whole family loves fruit rojak when the paste is well made with the fragrant belacan!
    I just had black glutinous dessert last night at SS2 and they added tau hoo fah inside. I think the original would be better without tau hoo fah. It reduced the oomph!

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    1. Can't you buy those without the tau hoo fah?

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