Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Bazaar Ramadhan Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI)

It's time of the year again where Bazaar Ramadhan will be set up in various locations across the country. And this is also the season for us to have a bite on the infamous ayam percik, ayam tempayan, popiah basah, roti john and etc. These food bazaar will be set up from around 4.30pm or in some area at 5pm. The whole area will be closed by around 7.30 to 8pm depending on  locations.

The nearest bazaar ramadhan to my area now is located in Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI). The bazaar is located at Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2 or 3. If you are lost, look for McDonalds outlet in TTDI; the bazaar is around 2 minutes walking distance from the MCD. Or if you are familiar with the infamous Yong Len coffee shop in TTDI, it's very near this coffeeshop.

It was raining heavily when we reach the bazaar ramadhan. Despite the rain, the bazaar was packed with people busy selecting and buying their dinner. We were there at about 6 something in the evening and managed to park our car at the open air carpark located right next to the bazaar.

Without further delay, we began our exciting journey admiring the different types of food offered under our giant umbrella.  It's hard to walk with your umbrella when the area is pack with people because everyone's umbrella seems to be knocking against each other.

Among the food that we saw was the infamous ayam percik, ayam madu, ayam tempayan, popiah, murtabak, freshly made roti jala, the common Malay style mixed rice, keropok lekor, kuih-muih, cempedak goreng, kebab,roti john, etcccc. We were even surprised to see stalls selling  tau fu fah, yong tao fu, cooked steamboat ingredients, catering style curry with freshly made chapatti (probably this stall comes from a restaurant due to the way the food is display-using expensive display set and the dress code of the seller) and much more. If you are looking for Malay stall meat floss, there's a few stalls selling meat, seafood and chicken floss. There's a few stalls selling Raya stuff and cookies too.

It takes about 20 minutes to walk the entire bazaar if you would like to examine what each stall is selling. Basically, some of the stalls sells the same types of food. Advice to walk the whole bazaar before you start your food shopping. Do determine which stall you would like to purchase from after comparing as there maybe 5 or 6 stalls selling the same item.

Here's the result of our food shopping at Bazaar Ramadhan TTDI.

On the top of the list is this ayam percik. You can smell its fragrant from far ;)
Ayam Percik; RM6 each

My all time favourite nasi kerabu. However, this one lacks of the bunga kantan taste. Shall try another stall next time.
Nasi Kerabu with salted egg; RM3

Boyfie must have from bazaar ramadhan; nasi tomato.
Nasi Tomato with ayam masak merah and acar; RM6

One of the famous popiah stall. You can notice that the queue is very long. Very crunchy indeed.
Popiah goreng; RM5

Freshly made roti jala. It's soft and taste good. I've also noticed that there's another stall selling roti jala and it comes with chicken curry and durian gravy too!
Roti Jala with chicken curry; RM3.50 for 5pcs

We bought the food and had our dinner in the car. Due to the traffic jam, we can't go anywhere and the food will be cold by the time we reach home.

And went for a second round of food shopping.

Went and try another stall of ayam percik. However, we still prefer the one we had earlier.
Ayam percik (round 2); RM4

Here's our dessert of the day. Saw a stall selling various types of pudding. 

This caramel pudding is too sweet and the texture not that smooth. I'm missing the caramel pudding in Ipoh.
Caramel pudding; RM3

This is good. Just nice. Not too sweet either.
Grapes pudding; RM3

That sums up our first bazaar ramadhan of the year ;)
I still miss the usual bazaar ramdhan that I usually went in PJS10 and SS18.

Will be hunting for more bazaar ramadhan soon.!

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