Sunday, September 14, 2008
The crowd weaving through to get their well-deserved meals
Perhaps the only way to drown all the past week sadness is by food. If laughter is the best medicine, in my point of view, food comes second close or maybe even second to none. And what better way to indulge than to have a walk at one of the many mushrooming ramadhan bazaars in town! Smell, sight and sound.
After some 'researching', I suggested to head on to the bazaar in Kelana Jaya as it is on the way from after work. So, here are some pictures for you guys living abroad who can't be here for the ramadhan bazaars!
Ayam golek, a local version of kenny roger's on rotisserie!
The murtabak man
Satay, satay, satay galore!
Ayam percik, a local favourite
Satar Awie, a Malay delicacy- fish wrapped in banana leaf on skewers
Goreng ini, goreng itu
Soup from the North- Sup Utara
Grilled fish or more fondly known as ikan bakar
Very carrerful drinks, becareful about the coloring though ;-)
Fried noodles on kawah wok
Uniformed fried chicken rice
Onde-onde, everyone's favourite kuih!
The bazaar starts to close at about 7pm to make way for the traders to berbuka puasa. The Kelana Jaya bazaar occupies one whole stretch of road and is pretty extensive in food choices although you will find a number of stalls duplicating the usual suspects such as roti john, murtabak, nasi campur, and kuih-muihs.
* Oh, an extra tip: Nearing the closing time, prices will be slashed. We were particularly lucky to get 3 ayam perciks for only RM5.
Selamat berbuka puasa!
from us who did not fast but still managed to buka puasa together anyway- kenneth, me, ashvin, param and joshan :)
Kelana Jaya Ramadhan Bazaar
@ Jalan SS6/1
(Coming from LDP towards Sunway, turn in the junction after Yamaha and Customs building. Go straight till past first traffic light. The immediate turning on the left after the traffic light will lead you to the bazaar)