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Top 10 Best Indian Rojak in Singapore

Indian rojak is the sister dish of Rojak (Chinese rojak). It is always equally tasty as Rojak and even tastier somehow! Not at all like the fruit rojak that you had, the Indian Rojak doesn’t use shrimp paste and you can’t even see it’s filled with various type of fruits and vegetables. You could view rojak as an appetizer and Indian rojak as the main. Tropika Club aggregated rankings or “ranking of rankings” compared from the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Indian Rojak in Singapore.

The Top 10 Best Indian Rojak in Singapore Rankings

1. Abdhus Salam Rojak

Introduction: This is Abdhus Salam Rojak located at Ayer Rajah Food Centre. They have been serving Indian rojak since the 1960s, It offers more than 20 types of rojak ingredients. All of them are handmade daily.

Offerings: In Abdhus Salam, Indian Rojak is a dish eaten as a side dish. It consists of fried potatoes, fried prawn fritters, fried sausages, onions, chilli and more.

Location: 503 W Coast Dr, Singapore 120503

Contact: NIL


2. Al Mahboob Rojak

Introduction: Al Mahboob Rojak is a casual dining restaurant that offers a variety of delicious Indian and Halal cuisine at affordable prices. They carefully prepare each dish using only the best ingredients to make sure that the colour, flavour and texture are perfect to cater to every palate.

Offerings: Behind every successful rojak, it’s because the peanut sauce, which is made from more than 10 ingredients, such as chilli powder and root vegetables. Don’t be fooled by the deceptively simple appearance of the sauce, which will blow your mind. The smooth peanut sauce was flavourful, tangy, and carried a slight heat. But you don’t have to worry about not eating enough, if you run out of peanut sauce, you can always ask for another bowl.

Location: 300 Tampines Ave 5, Singapore 529653

Contact:  +65 6788 2257

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Al-Mahboob-Rojak-235530123150967/

3. Rojak & Mee Siam

Introduction: Serving Indian rojak and mee siam, this stall is located at Geylang Serai Market and Food Centre.

Offerings: The rojak here has a unique fragrance because the peanut sauce they use is an exclusive configuration.

Location: #02-126 Geylang Serai Market and Food Centre, 10 Geylang Serai, 402001

Contact:  NIL

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rojak-Mee-Siam-02-126/173433809394582

4. Habib’s Rojak

Introduction: Located in Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Habib’s Rojak has been around for 30 years.
Habib is the second-generation owner of the stall. His father started the business in 1989 and interestingly named it after him when he was about a year old. How fitting since he’s running the stall now! He started helping out at the stall at a very young age. From peeling potatoes and eggs, Habib eventually took over the stall about 10 years ago.

Offerings: The ingredients here at Habib’s Rojak are fresh and handmade daily. More importantly, prices are affordable too!

Location: 503A W Coast Dr, Singapore 121503

Contact:  +65 6873 7010

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Emperorofrojak

5. Siraj Famous Waterloo Street Indian Rojak

Introduction: The alternate store to Sabeena Indian Food, run by her brother Sabeek and named after their mother. The family sure likes their store named after each other. Their rojak is lighter and less greasy, but their amazing sauce makes all the difference. So delicious that you won’t waste even a single drop!

Offerings: Indian Rojak the sauce is very important. Here the sauce is not too spicy, just nice and has a sweetness and richness in it. The choice of ingredients for their Indian Rojak includes potato, fried flour with egg, egg and fish cake, the boss also added in some cucumbers, onions and green chilli.

Location: 270 Queen St, 270, Singapore 180270

Contact:  +65 9694 1262

Website: NIL

6. Adam’s Indian Rojak

Introduction: Adam’s Indian Rojak is a shop specializing in rojak. It has a history of 10 years.

Offerings: Adam’s Rojak contains fried dough fritters, bean curds, boiled potatoes, prawn fritters, hard-boiled eggs, bean sprouts, cuttlefish and cucumber mixed with a sweet thick, spicy peanut sauce.

Location: 2 Adam Rd, Singapore 289876

Contact:  NIL

Website: NIL

7. Ministry of Rojak

Introduction: Ministry Of Rojak is an extension of Abdhus Salam Rojak (hailing from Ayer Rajah centre) that dedicates itself to provide authentic Indian hawker street food without compromising on quality and taste. Since its inception in the 1960s, the family business has been serving rojak to loyal patrons who describe it as delicious and extraordinary. Mr Salam who began to learn the trade at the age of 16 has a total of 15 years of experience. His passion and enthusiasm for rojak led him to innovate. Using rojak ingredients as the base and the famous sweet potato sauce as the dip, “The Rojak Fondue” was born. They pride ourselves in being the first to introduce the rojak fondue platter in Singapore which promises to excite and tantalise the tastebuds of all ages.

Offerings: Items to look forward to includes Rojak Fondue, Mee Goreng, Mee Kuah, Nasi Goreng, Mutton Steak, Mutton Chop, and a lot more. They also offer hot and cold beverages to complement your meal.

Location: 930 Yishun Ave 2, #B2 – 02 / 08, Singapore 769098

Contact:  +65 8161 2037

Website: https://www.facebook.com/MOROJAK/

8. Mohamed Arafat Muslim Food

Introduction: This stall was voted 10 Best Indian Rojak by Citygas and Xin Min Ri Bao. There is quite an extensive selection to choose from for their Indian Rojak, such as Egg Dough fritters, Plain dough fritters, hotdogs, Coconut fritters, fish cake, potatoes, Ngoh Hiang, Fish Fillet and Wadeh. Other typical Mamak fares like Mee Goreng, Sop Kambing and Roti Prata are also available.

Offerings: They also sell other foods such as Mee Goreng, Sop Kambing and Roti Prata. But the most famous one is definitely their Indian rojak. Their sauce is the most delicious.

Location: #01-48 Seah Im Food Centre, 2 Seah Im Road, 099114

Contact:  NIL

Website: NIL

9. Temasek Indian Rojak

Introduction: Temasek Indian Rojak offers some of the best Indian cuisines, serving a variety of delectable dishes. Temasek provides a relaxing environment and a pleasant ambience which makes it a great place to savour and enjoy their palatable dishes together with family and friends.

Offerings: Most Indian rojak stalls serve one or two types of prawns – the long ones and the tinier ones – but this store serves three different types of prawns! This store has the tiny little dried shrimps served for an extra unique taste. Crispy and flavorful, these little prawn fritters go very well with their well-balanced sauce.

Location: 665 Buffalo Rd, Singapore 210665

Contact:  NIL

Website: https://www.tripadvisor.com.sg/Restaurant_Review-g294265-d18401364-Reviews-Temasek_Indian_Rojak-Singapore.html

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10. Sabeena Indian Food

Introduction: This place was up since the 1960s and was originally called Sajis Indian Food. it was here around the origin of Indian rojak!

Offerings: They make their items fresh daily. The usual culprits like dough ball and Indian rojak are good here and the sauce paired with them makes it all worthwhile.

Location: Blk 261 Waterloo Street, Waterloo CentreSingapore 180261

Contact:  +65 81395647

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sabeenas-Indian-Rojak-Waterloo-St/178369662223214

11. Power Rojak Bandung

Introduction: Power Rojak Bandung is one of the famous Rojak stalls that had won a few consecutive years of awards from Makansutra as seen from the number of certificates stuck on its stall. Having said this, their rojak served is no closer to that Indian Rojak but rather similar to our Chinese mixed fruits and fried fritters rojak.

Offerings: Power Rojak Bandung is located at the Ayer Rajah Food Centre and offers a lesser-seen variation of rojak. This version includes cuttlefish, bee hoon, kangkong, turnips, tau pok as well as cucumber. All of that comes with a sweet chilli sauce and some crushed peanuts. No matter if you are bored with your typical rojak or simply want to new something different – Power Rojak Bandung is worth a try. The mixture of rich ingredients and flavours makes it a very balanced meal. There is something for everyone in it, as it is sweet, salty, spicy, sour and has some of the fermented seafood.

Location: 503 West Coast Drive, Singapore, 120503

Contact:  +65 9067 1095

Website: NIL

12. Singapore Famous Rojak

Introduction: Located in Albert Centre Market & Food Centre, Singapore Famous Rojak sells local delights. They toast their youtiao and taupok. They use fresh ingredients like cucumber, turnip and pineapple. Mix it all together with good prawn paste, freshly ground peanuts and you’ll get Chinese Rojak.

Offerings: The Rojak here is also an improved version, with the Bee Hoon added on it.
The plate is always sprinkled with ground peanuts to enhance the aroma.

Location: 270 Queen Street #01-45 Albert Centre Market & Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Contact:  NIL

Website: NIL

13. Ma Raj Restaurant

Introduction: Located along Verdun Road, Ma Raj Restaurant is just a few minutes away from Farrer Park MRT Station. It provides a pleasant atmosphere and a comfortable setting which makes it a great place to enjoy their mouthwatering dishes together with family and friends.

Offerings: Ma Raj Restaurant is a Halal-certified that offers some of the best Asian and Indian cuisines, serving a variety of palatable dishes which they carefully prepared using the most delicious and freshest ingredients, every dish in the menu is bound to satisfy your cravings and will surely delight your taste buds.

Location: VERDUN HOUSE, 6 VERDUN ROAD, 207275

Contact:  +65 8691 0246

Website: https://www.tripadvisor.com.sg/Restaurant_Review-g294265-d8559816-Reviews-Ma_Raj-Singapore.html

14. Nasi Briyani Indian Rojak

Introduction: Nasi Briyani Indian Rojak serves Indian food like Nasi Briyani and Indian Rojak.

Offerings: There are many choices of food, the most recommended is rojak. The sauce is thick.

Location: #01-42 CI YUAN HAWKER CENTRE, 51 HOUGANG AVENUE 9, 538776

Contact:  NIL

Website: NIL

15. West Coast Mee Goreng and Rojak

Introduction: West Coast Mee Goreng and Rojak offers the best and tasty Indian cuisine where they serve Mee Goreng, Rojak and many more! Visit them and try their palatable dishes with family and friends.

Offerings: Authentic rojak, use the most traditional method to make the best rojak.


Contact:  NIL

Website: NIL

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