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lord
02-10-2005, 10:22 PM
Another holy season of Ramadhan is nearing and WE ARE TALKING FOOD SPREAD BIG TIME, BAAAABYYYYYY!!!!!!!!! My fav haunt has been the baazar infont of Apollo's in USJ4. But last year was little bit of a disappointment. The choices were not as good as previous years. Perhaps, some of you folks who are also into this ramadhan food baazar can share your fav choice, be it in SJ/USJ or anywhere else in the Klang Valley.

bslee
03-10-2005, 12:18 AM
If I remember right, choice and number of vendors declined year after year todate since 1999 which I remember was the best, located at USJ8 (vacant plot at that time) where the present Bomba quarters now exist.

There are a few other areas to try if one cares to drive or detour.

1.Kg Dato Harun..around the new mosque...where is it?..further end of Old klang Rd after Tmn Medan.
2. Malay kampung area at Sunway.
3. A few areas in Puchong ..can't remember the area or taman name.
4. Sungei Way area..opposite Motorola.

Anyway, doesn't matter to me much..less delicious food...better for my health. Break the fast, eat normal dishes as in any other day..
Outside food now getting expensive lah! especially when sold in Subang /USJ..cos they know lots of welltodo folks lurking around!..

aRwEn
03-10-2005, 11:54 AM
wat abt section 14, in front of d mosque..... n section 17, in front of d flatz facing d mainroad n diethlem??

bslee
03-10-2005, 12:55 PM
wat abt section 14, in front of d mosque..... n section 17, in front of d flatz facing d mainroad n diethlem??

Sect 17 PJ is a great choice if in PJ but can be crowded with UIA students as that's the nearest and best place for them to get food. I visited there last Ramadan and the food is very reasonbly priced (bit cheaper here & there) as compared to USJ/Subang. :)

VeeJay
03-10-2005, 02:01 PM
Another holy season of Ramadhan is nearing and WE ARE TALKING FOOD SPREAD BIG TIME, BAAAABYYYYYY!!!!!!!!! My fav haunt has been the baazar infont of Apollo's in USJ4. But last year was little bit of a disappointment. The choices were not as good as previous years. Perhaps, some of you folks who are also into this ramadhan food baazar can share your fav choice, be it in SJ/USJ or anywhere else in the Klang Valley.

Mee too, I was there, tapi tak cukup variety, and it was expensive, since no choice, kena beli jugak...the best I ever had was in Penang,....all time favorite!...unbeatable

Ski
04-10-2005, 01:14 PM
Ramadahan, in Malaysia means fasting and feasting time..eat eat eat, tetapi jaga badan dan kesihatan ok.

PJS
04-10-2005, 01:28 PM
Uh-oh! If the bazaar at SS18 is open as in previous years the traffic jam at the roundabout will be worse...... :eek: But I like to buy the food from that place. Another bazaar that had a lot of variety is at the car park next to the Tmn Tun pasar. But I noticed the prices of my favorite ayam panggang has been increasing steadily annually from Rm3 to RM3.50 to RM4.00 or RM4.50. I wonder if it will hit RM5.00 per piece this year???

bslee
04-10-2005, 03:39 PM
Another bazaar that had a lot of variety is at the car park next to the Tmn Tun pasar. But I noticed the prices of my favorite ayam panggang has been increasing steadily annually from Rm3 to RM3.50 to RM4.00 or RM4.50. I wonder if it will hit RM5.00 per piece this year???

Places like Tmn Tun, USJ/Subang and other middle to high income residential areas are obvious to be more expensive as they are there to maximize profit.
There are so many other areas where lower income people frequent and one can get better bargains there. Taste and choice is another issue altogether.
Well..didn't our dear PM sayz..adjust your lifestyles.. don't go overboard!
I remember spending 10 bucks or more buying this & that one evening, hmmmm..that looks delicious..ahhh..that is fantastic..Mmmmmm!...that's mouth watering!...hiya..cannot lah..this year...time to tighten up bit more this year!... :D

twohands
04-10-2005, 09:25 PM
every bulan ramadan, i sure must go pasar ramadan at least once a week. i normally go to the usj4 apollo one coz it's the nearest. the putu piring. yum!!

cactuc1
05-10-2005, 02:54 AM
i go ss18..Me like the different types of malay nasi style there..Actually not cheap also if got chicken etc..But the different nasi type is rare and delicious for me..:)

in
05-10-2005, 08:39 AM
Hi Cactus1, where exactly in SS18? I luurrve nasi kerabu and the other types of nasi too!

Chermaine
05-10-2005, 02:32 PM
If happen that u guys around Bangsar, also has plenty of varities.....

cherry
05-10-2005, 03:55 PM
If you don't mind to travel a bit far the Ramadan Bazaar at Shah Alam Stadium parking lots is worth a visit. Too much variety can really spoil you when you visit this bazaar...

cactuc1
05-10-2005, 04:58 PM
Hi Cactus1, where exactly in SS18? I luurrve nasi kerabu and the other types of nasi too!


..Yup i like kerabu and other rice also mix with kerang kerang..wow..power..

Eh..if they don move away this year , if will be the ss18 side that is facing ss14 side..Along The big padang at ss18.The mpsj will setup stalls there for them .

bslee
05-10-2005, 11:30 PM
OK..so Ramadan has started..anyone to highlight their visits to those food places?..

VeeJay
06-10-2005, 10:28 AM
This year the bazaar at USJ 4 (along Apollo and Casablanca - end to end), has been moved, at least yesterday, to the main entrance road! The traffic in/out was bad yesterday. I havenít visited the bazaar yet, since it was raining when I got back.

Justin Foo
08-10-2005, 12:00 AM
I like going to SS18 bazaar. Lots of friends there, especially near futsal court.

kaym
11-10-2005, 07:04 PM
OK..so Ramadan has started..anyone to highlight their visits to those food places?..

Last nite, few friends and I went to berbuka at Al-Manjan restaurant on the 3rd floor, KLCC. The restaurant serves Iranian and Lebanese food.........that was one of the best places i ever been........lots of kebab (chicken n beef), big lamb grilled, and lots of other authentic iranian and lebanese delicacies. Their rice also comes in various varieties - all cooked to perfection. Price per head was RM43.70 nett.

I might go again this weekend to bring the family...........yummy.

Anyone can suggest any other restaurants serving ramadan buffet at reasonable pricings?

fRaNkY
12-10-2005, 09:59 AM
SS18 is my choice!

Went to Giant USJ and Court7 but still SS18 got the most choice and variety.

SS18 is on your right after the subang firestation/police station but u cannot do a roundbout as it is close. You can come from NPE and left from summit bridge. There is a Hyundai showroom..

There is a nasilemak stall where u have to Q and there is a special fried giant wanton of middle east recipe. Also terubuk, Rojak singapore, and may sedap2 food.

Will try usj4 one of these days....

Ski
14-10-2005, 01:19 PM
Do you feel that during this month of Ramadahan there is more food consumed and spent then any other months of the year. Even hotels make a kill during this period. Some are charging Rm100 for buffet, and mind you these places are full, must be rich ppl!!! Ramadahan has become so commercilsed that these unscrupulous vendors and hoteliers tempt them with all sorts of savoury dishes some even not seen before and take advantage and plunder them wholesale. Actually when you are hungry how much can you eat in the first place. Soon it will be Deepawali and then Christmas more profiterring...do the consumers ever learn!!!

For me during this festive season everything is excessively costly and is outright extravagance...but what the heck who's explaining, exactly, as long is there someone who prefers to satisfy their appetite and spend lavishly , ya also true, only once a year..

bslee
15-10-2005, 03:21 PM
SS18 is my choice!
but still SS18 got the most choice and variety.
Rojak singapore, and may sedap2 food.
Will try usj4 one of these days....

Oh yeah! Told my son (on way home from work) to get a pack of S'pore Rojak..didn't look like much and it cost a whopping RM7.00 for something that didn't look worth RM2.00!..
Yep..I'm right..they're out to make a quick buck out of welltodo SJ folks!.. :mad:

fRaNkY
17-10-2005, 03:27 PM
But then u dun have to drive all the way to singapore for a plate of rojak....

RolyPoly
26-10-2005, 10:16 PM
Went to the Bazaar Ramadhan in SS18 and can't really find delicious looking ayam percik. Found 2 stalls selling ayam percik but don't look appetizing as the one sold in pasar malam.....so disappointed.

I noted that many non-Muslims are enjoying the bazaar as much as the Muslims who are fasting. As early as 4.30pm, many non-Muslim elderly Aunties are seen ta-pau-ing food for their family. That includes moi lah!!
This is one of the many things that I miss when I am out of the country! What a melting pot - Malaysia!