We ordered a rojak tauhu as side dish which was made out from fried beancurbs, beansprouts and cucumbers.Now if you think it will taste like rojak buah tauhu as found in Klang Valley, it was totally the opposite. Of course, the obvious difference was no fruits were used but the main characteristic was the spicy soy sauce with bird’s eye chilies in it. It was light, which instead of domineering the whole plate of rojak, it actually complements its taste.
The asam pedas was a little different from the conventional BP style asam pedas because first, the gravy was thicker and second, it’s more on the spicy side rather than the sour side. We ordered for pari and ikan merah that didn’t disappoint us on their freshness and tastiness.
Each piece of fish were priced at RM4 (one pax portion), a little pricier by Batu Pahat standard and there are other pricier pieces like the fish head, body etc.