Ramadan Bazaar @ Kota Marudu
Muslims in Malaysia welcome the holy month of Ramadan as part of their faith and practice every year, while Malaysians of other faiths also look forward to it excitedly, as it is an opportunity to stimulate taste buds by touring the food stalls set up in various locations across the country, also known as Ramadan bazaars.
While traveling to Kota Marudu, Everyday Food I Love's team did not miss the chance to drop-by at the Ramadan Bazaar there. At around 3.30pm, most of the food stalls already started their business offering good and affordable food.
Apart from that aroma-filled atmosphere that is common in all the bazaars, one thing that is surely to be expected is the huge crowd and the air crazily heated.
Murtabak, Curry puffs, Fried Chicken, Fritters, and Kuih Terang Bulan are some of the common food you can find in those stalls offering fried food.
Fried Noodle and Cooked Dishes
Local dishes such as nangka, papaya leaves, papaya flower and edible banana flower can also be found in the bazaar.
Banana fritters with Cheese and Chocolate
Available at the price of RM3.00
Assorted local kuihs
Kuihs and pastries are stored nicely in the food containers for hygienic purposes. The price of the kuihs starting from RM1.00 onwards, which usually comes with 3 pieces.
Colorful tubs of drinks and sweet dessert
Fries and Wedges
Pau and pastries
Laksa and Nasi Lemak
Sup Tulang and Soto
Nasi Ayam Penyet
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