Bazaar Ramadhan @ Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

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It’s that time of the year again. The weather is not doing us any good for the past few days but fortunately Sunday evening was all bright and sunny so we stopped by TTDI. The stalls have not changed much compared to last year’s. For your information, there are four MUST TRY in the bazaar – Popiah Power, Nasi Briyani Johor, Ayam Percik and Pulut Udang. How to spot these famous stalls? The wonderful aroma will lead you to the stalls with perpetual queue. Let’s feast your eyes with these delicacies from Bazaar Ramadhan at TTDI, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 3.

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Famous Stall No. 1 – Popiah “Power”, selling at RM 5 for 5 pieces, where one can opt for a mixture of normal wet popiah and deep fried popiah.

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Kebab, Glorious Kebab!

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Nasi Tomato and Fried Chicken

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Deep Fried Whole Quail (Puyuh Goreng)

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Old Favourite – Murtabak

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Famous Stall No. 2 – Ayam Percik, the best that I’ve ever eaten! So tender, so smoky and so flavourful when the peanut gravy is pour over the chicken.

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Assorted Kuih Muih

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Apam Beras in Vibrant Colours

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Famous Stall No. 3 aka The Stall with Longest Queue – Nasi Briyani Johor, choose from chicken, lamb or beef.

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Famous Stall No. 4 – Pulut Udang, grilled on the spot. Beware of the spicy kick from the coconut shrimp filling though!

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Not to forget Kampungboy’s favourite, Sup Tulang

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Fear Factor Food– The Main Ingredient for Sup Torpedo (that make guys perform like a torpedo) . *shy*

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Cooling and Refreshing Drinks

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some skewered meat for you?

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Ketupat Daun Pulas

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Nasi Lauk

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Fried Noodles

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Putu Piring? No, its Putu Buluh

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Apam Balik

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Roti John

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Honey Chicken Wing

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Pak Tam Ikan Bakar Utara

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Roti John

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I hope that you guys will have fun visiting pasar ramadans across Malaysia this year. Seeing everyone, regardless of race, creed or political preferences squeezing through or shouting or negotiating or gulping down at the bazaar with a smile on their face reminds me that our country is not that hopeless after all. Selamat berpuasa to all my Malay friend and readers!

 

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