Friday, October 12, 2007

Ramadan Bazaar @ Sembulan, KK

A little late on this but well, better late than never...

Martabak Jawa, a very popular snack. Roti canai filled with chopped leek, egg and minute amount of chopped beef, deep fried and eaten with cucumber pickles.
The only stall that sells tzong tzi with peanut filling and yam cakes too.

The ever popular satay and bbq chicken wings stalls.

Don't know the name of these but the hawker said 'kueh kacang'.

Ready cooked curries, rendang and lemak dishes.

I have always like these and tried one but it was rather bland.

Cendol, bubur cacang and all the colorful jelly beverages.

Surprisingly the only burger stand in this food bazaar.

Kueh, kueh and more kueh.

BBQ chicken wings and thighs. Yums..

Kuih gelang, curry puffs, popiah, , pancakes and more martabak.

These boys were so jovial and they loved the camera!

BBQ fish. So many stalls selling this item- must be very popular.

This was what we came home with, for our tea...

Martabak Jawa. Bryan's favourite but I had to sponge off the dripping oil before serving it.

Pulut inti. Was so very disappointed with the hawker that sold these, the glutinous rice inside these lovely parcels was half cooked! She shouldn't have them out for sale.The caramelised grated coconut flesh was very good though, not overly sweet. We ended up eating the coconut only.

Beef and chicken satay with ketupat.

As today is the last day of puasa, we would like to wish all our fellow muslim in Malaysia and all over the world - Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri!!!

Travel safe and whatever you do, don't drink and drive.


frank said...

The murtabak looks really good, as did the 'overflowing' pulut inti, pity about the half cooked rice though.

This year, Iris and I didn't have enough of the buka puasa fare, (only twice) and we made sure we had our nasi kerabu as well as otak otak fix :-)

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri. Maaf Zahir dan Batin to one and all.


Anonymous said...

The martabak jawa guy reminded me when i was a school boy. almost every day, i'll get that martabak. during that time, it was only rm 1. very nice stuff but i dont like the cucumber pickles... and i agree with the oil dripping from the murtabak because it was deep fried. Thank you for sharing the picture and send my regards to the martabak man that we always called him MAS if you go there.