The great thing about the melting pot that is Singapore is that we get to enjoy food across different cultures. The sister dish of the sweet-leaning Chinese rojak, Indian rojak is savoury and a plate of deep-fried goodness. Customers get to take their pick of ingredients, such as assorted fritters and potatoes to cuttlefish, eggs, tofu and fishcake. Then they are deep fried and cut up, and the result is a plate of orange, yellow and brown, along with a sauce, some green chillies, cucumber and raw onions, all coming together to form an explosion of textures and flavours! Hungry yet? Here are 10 best Indian rojak in Singapore!
Another popular rojak stall within Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Adam A Rojak boasts of a 4.9-star rating on Google! They have a good variety of ingredients here, from eggs to hotdogs, tempeh and fish fillets. Apart from the yummy Indian rojak, many also come back again for the hospitable and friendly service from the staff here!
Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-79, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 9 am–10 pm Mon, 10 am–10:30 pm Tues, 6:30 am–10:30 pm Wed to Sun
There’s plenty of good food to be found in Sengkang and one of them is Mohamed Javed Indian Muslim Food. Apart from their prata, they also serve Indian rojak as well. Build your own platter with ingredients such as coconut fritters, boiled egg, fish cake, cuttlefish, beancurd and many more. Everything is fried to perfection without being overly greasy, and the vibrant and sweet red sauce ties the whole dish together with a jam-like consistency and curry hint.
Address: 473 Fernvale St, Singapore 790473
Opening Hours: 7:30 am–9:30 pm daily
Located in Tekka Centre, Temasek Indian Rojak is a must-visit for any Indian rojak fan. Now helmed by its third-generation owner, everything is made according to a family recipe that’s been passed down through the generations. The stall also doesn’t just have one, or two, but three different types of prawn fritters for you to choose from! Other popular ingredients include the battered potatoes, tempeh, cuttlefish and innards, but no matter what you pick they all pair perfectly with the thick, hot and rich sauce that’s made with 11 different ingredients!
Address: 665 Buffalo Rd, #01-254, Singapore 210665
Opening Hours: 10 am–5 pm Tues to Thurs, 10 am–7 pm Fri to Sun. Closed on Mon
Now run by a Gen-Y hawker who’s taken over the reins from his father, Abdhus Salam Rojak is one of the famous Indian rojak stalls at Ayer Rajah Food Centre. The amount of ingredients on selection may be a bit overwhelming, but you can’t go wrong with options such as the prawn fritter, coconut fritter, beef lung, and the lentil fritters. The rojak here is fried to a crisp and paired with a sauce that is spicier than some of the other rojak sauce here, so fans who love some heat and spice will surely enjoy this!
Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-73, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11 am–10 pm daily
The other famous Indian rojak stall at Ayer Rajah Food Centre is Habib's Rojak. They also pride themselves on having three different types of prawn fritters, and other great items to try include the fish fillet, coconut fritter, and the potato. Everything is handmade fresh daily, and the sauce is made less spicy but it goes well with all the items!
Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-68, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–9:30 pm daily
Adam’s Indian Rojak claims to be the ‘one and only best in town', which is a lofty claim indeed. Choose from a variety of ingredients displayed tantalisingly at the stall, such as fried prawn and dough fritters, boiled potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, cuttlefish, cucumber and more. The sauce is a key component of Indian Rojak, and the one here is delightfully sweet and savoury at the same time, with just a little lingering heat. Do they have the best Indian rojak in Singapore? You be the judge!
Address: 2 Adam Rd, #01-05, Singapore 289876
Opening Hours: 10 am–8:30 pm Tues to Fri, 9:30 am–8:30 pm Sat, 9:30 am–6:30 pm Sun. Closed on Mon
Al Mahboob Rojak is fully air-conditioned, so diners get to feast and beat the heat at the same time! Take your pick from ingredients such as fried tofu, potatoes, prawn fritters, fishcakes, sausages and more. Prices are on the higher side compared to other Indian rojak on this list, but this is truly a great plate made even better by the rojak sauce. It is made with over 10 ingredients, such as chilli powder and root vegetables, creating a tangy, flavourful and slightly spicy sauce.
Address: 300 Tampines Ave 5, #01-02, Singapore 529653
Opening Hours: 11 am–8 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
The stall at Waterloo St used to be Siraj Indian Food, but has since been renamed to Sabeena Indian Food. Today, the stall is run by the sister of Siraj Indian Food’s owner. The consistently delicious array of food is lighter and less greasy here, and the slightly sweet sauce ties the dish together.
Address: 270 Queen St, #01-29, Singapore 180270
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–7:30 pm daily
If there’s one dish that Geylang Serai Market & Food Centre is synonymous with, it’s Indian Rojak. One of the most popular stalls here is Rojak & Mee Siam. Crowd favourite items include the tepong telur and tempeh, but what truly sets this long-established stall apart from its competitors is their special sauce that is made with sweet potatoes!
Address: 1 Geylang Serai, #02-126, Singapore 402001
Opening Hours: 9 am–4 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
Everything is freshly made at Mohamed Arafat Muslim Food and the stall was even voted 10 Best Indian Rojak by Shin Min Daily News! There is a wide selection of ingredients here, such as coconut fritters, egg fritters, potatoes, fish cakes and sotong. The sauce also does not fall short, with a good balance of sweet and spicy.
Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-48, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 7 am–10 pm daily