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Damansara Jaya Rojak (Atria Rojak) Print
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 November 2016 )

Where is the best rojak in Damansara? I usually get 3 answers: 1)Behind Hock Lee in Damansara Heights, 2)Damansara Utama, 3)Damansara Jaya (Atria)

My personal preference is for the first 2, they are almost the same, but I have a preference for the Damansara Utama version.

Serving of Rojak
Serving of Rojak

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Delicious Rojak (Damansara Utama Rojak) Print
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 November 2016 )

I ordered a special rojak, which is the addition of sotong, tofu and special sauces on top of his regular rojak. If you ask me what the ultimate rojak is, this is it. It is a healthful combination of fruits overpowered buy a sinful concoction of thick har koh.

Serving of Rojak
Serving of Rojak

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Paandi vs Paandi Print
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 November 2016 )

The battle heats up in a little quiet place known as Section 11 (often mistaken as Section 12). Once a quiet place just off the Federal Highway and Jalan Universiti is now the battleground for 2 Sri Paandi.

Tosai at Sri Paandi
Tosai at Sri Paandi

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Kajang Satay (Haji Samuri) Print
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 November 2016 )

Satay Kajang at Haji Samuri
Satay Kajang at Haji Samuri

Location: N02 59.6585 E101 47.1308 Kajang, Selangor

Getting there: The Satay Center off the Kajang Stadium.

Meal: Dinner

Entering the den of the satay captal of the world, one would notice the hyper competitive atmosphere. It seems like the battle for the popular boys in blue of Hj Samuri vs the boys in red of the others. Hj Samuri seems to dominate half the Satay Center and almost the entire crowd.

The trademark is the large chunky satay meat pieces. The thing I like is the separation of chili paste with peanut sauce; the spiciness of the peanut sauce can be adjusted according to one’s taste.

They ran out of “perut” or stomatch when I ordered, so I had 10 sticks of beef. Each stick (skewer) has large chunks of meat, so 10 is a lot. They have nasi impit and ketupat, your choice. The main difference is, the use of coconut leaf; traditional vs modern methods to make compressed rice. Ketupat being the traditional with coconut leaf and nasi impit being the modern using plastic.

The sticks can be sticky at times due to the sloppiness of mass production.

On the menu is a whole range of other kinds of meat (except pork). Most exotic meat is seasonal.

Rating:

Food: 8/10
Service: 10/10
Value: 8/10

Remarks: Would rate food better if the food came hot. They have a few branches here and there.

Haji Samuri Stall
Haji Samuri Stall
 

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Keywords: Satay Kajang, Sate Kajang, Kajang Sate, Haji Samuri, Hj Samuri 

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