Thursday, September 3, 2009

Ramadan Bazaar @ Sibu Town Square 2009

It's fasting month again for the Muslims and Ramadan Bazaars also made their appearance around the town.

The Ramadan bazaar at Sibu Town Square Phase 2 is probably the best place for food hunting in the town.

There is definitely some improvement at this site now. The passageway now is tar sealed and cemented for a more comfortable walk around here.

The bazaar here has more food variety compare to the other bazaars in the town. There are a few new faces around the bazaar this time around. Some old faces also had decided not to trade here this year.

The BBQ section has a few selections like chicken, fishes, otak-otak and satay

There are only a handful of stalls selling Kacang Putih this time around and the preparation method also been improved with the addition of fragrance leaves

There is one stall here that caught my attention for its creativity, The Abby Abadi Stall

The owner of this stall gave some fancy names to the dishes like Flying Chicken, Japanese Slippers, The Power of Love and etc.

10 comments:

PUSANG-gala said...

about your post---it's interesting to see those rice cakes and other street food. I hope I can taste some of them in the future so that I would know the difference with our rice cakes here.....

Lawstude said...

these are great shots. now i am hungry.

Willie said...

Thanks to the Muslims we have thiskind of food sales every year.

chubskulit said...

Im starving now..

Xjion89 said...

omg!!!!!!!! food everywhere^^

Johnny Ong said...

this bazaar is a super duper one. i think u can get anything at that place

Kikey Loo said...

puasa period got a lot of yummy foods to eat :)

the donG said...

poor are those who have dietary actions! hahaha...

i enjoy food trips on bazaars! who doesnt anyway.

Asian Traveler said...

I love the many varieties of foods. Now, I'm starving.

eunice said...

helo!! Just back from Malaysia. :D Need to "fast" too!.. had been eating like a glutton!

Have u been to Sabah? Are there more to see in the city of Sabah or Sarawak?

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