Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Feel the heat

Must do it once a year. When the Ramadhan comes, I will make a visit to the local Ramadhan food bazaar. Since worked in my first company, my colleagues and I would go and buy some Malay dishes and delicacies after work. We went to the Satok bazaar but during my last employment there, we went to the MBKS bazaar.

Not that I enjoyed the heat and smoke but I just like to join in the crowd scouting for food. This year like last year, I went to the bazaar opposite Wisma Sanyan for food hunting. Went there with my kids and sil on yesterday evening. Lady luck was by our side. We found car parking right in front of Wisma Sanyan, so we just crossed the road to the bazaar. It was around 5pm so the crowd was starting to come in.

After more than 30 minutes walk, we not only spent more than RM60 on food but we were also smell of smoke from the bbq stalls.

Bought grilled lamb from this stall. RM8 per piece. Very nice as the lamb was tender and tasty


Grilled lambs, Indian rojak and yuew tiaw


Sambal stingray and Roti John and Daging Murtabak at the back

My dinner from the Ramadhan stalls

I enjoyed the lamb satay (RM1.00per piece), grilled lamb and deep fried bishop nose. I know. All sinful food and I am sure to gain more fat after eating them. But once a year, it is alright. That way I do not feel so guilty. But after eating all the food, I feel my throat a bit drynow. Oh no! Need to drink more fluid and boost up my Vit C!

But that part was alright. What I hate most was when in a time of such unbearable heat even at night, suddenly we had a blackout. Yes, that what happened last night after 9pm. Only almost 11pm, we had the electricity back. My poor kids. Have to fan themselves to sleep. Luckily Jamie did not complained much because I did all the fanning for him. But I have to applause my hubby and princess as they could just sleep under such heat. ^^

To all my Muslim friends and readers, Selamat Berpuasa in this month of Ramadhan.

13 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

I like to go to the bazaars too, but usually, by the time I reach the place, it will be so crowded, I can't even find parking, so ended up I no go everytime, hehe..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I also will go and see see...

I just went to the one in Geylang Serai on Sun, have not post yet, hehe...

Good, there have satay, over here, i didn't see any satay...

mun said...

I have been only once but that was just by coincidence. Now I don't go because I am afraid of crowds.

suituapui said...

Not going to this one - read about it in my post this Friday (day after tomorrow). I went to the one at Bandong. Hmmm...after all the heaty lamb, must be extra hot throughout the blackout. Poor thing!

suituapui said...

P.S.
Satay is only 60 sen at Bandong - my friend back from the US bought (the one living down that same lane as you) - he said very very nice, way nicer than his previous favourite at Muhibbah Hawker Centre. It will be in my post... Hehehehehe!!!!

Ez Vina said...

Wah.. Tats alot of food.

Azura Chan said...

Ramadhan is a food galore month. Yeah, it's exceptional when it is only once a year. hehe...

Hayley said...

Haven't got the time to step into the pasar Ramadhan yet!

ChrisAu said...

I used to go to these Ramadan fair or market when I was studying in kl and jb. Nowadays very seldom in SG.

reana claire said...

I also havent been to the bazaar yet this year.. normally I go buy kueh and something spicy too.. but this year, I just bought from the office canteen so far..

Sharon D said...

What a great haul. I haven't been to one yet, will head there this weekend ^.^

Gabrielle at Find Me Those Heels said...

The food looks delicious .. ahh i'm so hungry now, time to find some food!

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Shirley Tay said...

I could almost feel the heat when I read your post title! Hahaha! The weather is crazy these days......