Murtabak and other roti
Murtabak is usually some egg mixed together with marinated meat, vegetables and onions grilled and wrapped inside a roti. Usually paired with some marinated onions. The juicy filling, with the fluffy roti outside paired with some sweet and sour onions, all together and you have a Murtabak.
Briyani is definitely a must have. The fluffy rice cooked in your choice of meat, and all kinds of spices. Very flavourful and appetising. Usually you get either lamb, seafood, chicken or vegetables. Mouth watering roast whole lamb is available for you to pair it with your briyani rice.
Traditional Malaysian Kuih
When you see a stall that has lots of colourful bites that is the place where you can get some traditional malaysian Kuihs. All kinds of Kuihs with all kinds of shapes and sizes, you will surely find one that you like. Some are sweet and some are salty, the best ones are usually salty and sweet mixed together.
Here are a few kinds of Kuihs you can get at Ramadan Bazaar:
The EVIL Fried stuff
Usually the most unhealthy ones are the best. In a Bazaar you can get more variety of fried goods, such as fried calamaries, giant squids, keropok lekor, nuggets and fish balls and many more. You name it, they got it. Usually their stalls are the noisiest and most happening one in the whole Bazaar. Crunchy bites are always the best to nibble on while you are walking around the Bazaar. However in this covid situation you might want to make this your last stop so that when you head back home the fried goods are still crunchy and hot.
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