Rojak Mustaffa @ Section 17, Petaling Jaya

18 02 2011

Anyone who has been staying in Section 17, Petaling Jaya would be familiar with Rojak Mustaffa. Located along Jalan 17/21, Rojak Mustaffa’s van is parked under the big tree opposite the morning market by noon everyday. As far as I can remember, this rojak stall has been around for ages and has attracted many loyal customers who are often seen sitting on the plastic chairs in front of the rojak van.

The stall was originally run by the boss himself but during my last visit there, it seems that his son has taken over the business. Judging from how quickly the ingredients were sliced on the chopping board, I would say that he is as experienced as his father, if not better. My packet of rojak was ready in less than 2 minutes.

Rojak Pasembur or rojak mamak consists of various ingredients such as floury cake, sliced cucumber, hard boiled egg, fried tofu, bean sprout and fried crackers.

One of the best thing I love about Rojak Mustaffa is the thick peanut sauce which has the right balance of spicy and sweet taste to it. Spread the peanut sauce all over the ingredients and mix them together for a plate of delicious meal!

Beside Rojak Sotong & telur (RM 5.00), they also serve Rojak Mee (RM 5.50), Rojak Telur (RM 4.00) and Rojak Sotong (RM 4.00). Business hour is from noon till around 4 p.m.

Rojak Mustaffa
Jalan 17/21
46400 Petaling Jaya

Tel: 016-327 5176

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Food Foundry @ Petaling Jaya

28 08 2010

Food Foundry has been in existence for a few years now. Tuck at the corner of Happy Mansion Apartment at Section 17, the place has generated quite a buzz when they introduced their Vanilla mille crêpe (RM 9.00) back then.

For those who doesn’t know, Mille crêpe is a type of french cake with ‘a thousand’ thin layers pancake. As a result, these individual layers provide a distinctive light and airy texture.

Simply put, this is one of the best cake I have eaten so far. You won’t find many places offering this sort of cake which makes it all the more reason to patronise Food Foundry.

Besides the dessert, Food Foundry some great tasting food too. Take the Mediterranean Chicken (RM 18.00) for example. Using natural herbs, the taste was surprisingly light in a good way. I guess this is where the freshness of the ingredients used play an important part. Suffice to say, this meal did not disappoint me at all.

The Pan Fried Dory Fish with Cream Sauce (RM 15.00) was another hearty meal. The fish was moist and nicely cooked.

The mashed potatoes was the real deal unlike those powdery type which some restaurant used.

Overall, it is a nice place to dine. The decorations are kept to a minimum but charming in its own ways.


Food Foundry
BG-8, Happy Mansion
Jalan 17/13
46400 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel/Fax: 03-7955 3885

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