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August 21, 2010

Ramadhan Bazaar, Bangsar

Colourful jellies & kuihs

The Ramadhan Bazaar in Bangsar used to be a lot bigger. That was five years ago. This year, I found the selection very limited, and there were a lot of repetition — different stalls selling the same thing.

Grilled fish

Din Murtabak

Din Murtabak had one of the longest lines at the bazaar. Back then, a piece cost RM2. Today, be prepared to part with RM3 for a smaller murtabak. Tastewise, I didn’t think it was that great. Decent, yes. Awesome, no.

Nasi Beriani Gam Johor

Popiah Basah

I’m not a fan of the popiah basah; the chilli is too sweet for my liking. The kuih selections were disappointing. A lot of items did not look good, and they’ve increased the price from 3 for RM1 to 3 for RM1.20.

Ayam Percik


Pasembor is something I tend to order at Ramadhan bazaars. This tasted alright, but I hate how stingy they are with the peanut sauce.

Roast Lamb

Overall, I wasn’t impressed with the variety of food available at the bazaar this year. According to my sister, the TTDI bazaar is much bigger with more interesting things.

7 Responses

  1. Din

    Hi b-babe,

    The Beriyani Gam Johor looks great, thinking of going there to buy just this. Mind letting me know where this bazaar is located?

  2. Baby

    so many jellies and kuihs tat i dun get it over here. and i see food tat i'm craving for every ramadhan but this year takde over here..

  3. Vee

    the lot of jellies and kuihs are tempting – color-wise 😉

  4. Nor Ramli

    Hmmm, I remember the bazaar stall start from old Davi's Corner area and there is one stall which I have always enjoyed buying Kuih Cara Berlauk 5 years back.

  5. Horlic

    Bangsar babe, you should try the Ramadhan bazaar in Kampung Baru, KL..

    ohya, don't forget to bring along your bodyguard ya..

  6. CUMI & CIKI

    yeah i know what you mean by getting smaller.. most places are.. but lucky for me, all my favs are still around .. woohoo!

  7. eiling lim

    Maybe because it's in Bangsar and the things tend to be more expensive? Like your honest opinions!

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