Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Ramadan Bazaar @ Geylang Serai

Ramadan Bazaar @ Geylang Serai




Want some blood? These are actually drinks, very creative, 3 for S$8, I bought one while Jose bought 2, we share


Prawn Fritters

Ayam Percik
I search the internet, percik means - basting/drizzle/sprinkle, Ayam Percik is juicy, aromatic and very flavourful. This recipe is originally a Malaysian recipe from Kelantan, makes a great Hari Raya Aidilfitri cuisine. Traditionally, each marinated chicken parts are clipped with a pair of custom-made bamboo tongs, which prevents the chicken meat from shrinking during the grilling process.
Finger Food (Hot Dogs, Fish Balls and Chicken Wings)

Goreng Pisang

Colourful Burgers, you want to try?

Very colourful and attractive lights


I like these lights very much but I think they are very expensive

Money Envelopes

Money Envelopes
As my friend Jose loves to visit Pasar Malam, she asks me to company her to the Ramadan Bazaar @ Geylang Serai, this is the first time she was there, I came last year too, so this is the second time I am here. She bought some Goreng Pisang and a Carpet @ S$40 while I only bought some drinks.

I bought the colourful drinks, flavour is Jagung (Corn), very sweet, I like but wonder if it is with a lot of artificial flavouring.


Hayley said...

Hi Libby! Hope you are doing fine!
I have been busy, no extra time to blog hop hur hur!

Seems like everyone is blogging about bazaar Ramadhan! I have not visit any bazaar yet, lazy, and weather is so hot lately!

suituapui said...

My mum's favourite place to visit when she and my dad happened to be in Singapore during Ramadan, those days when she could walk.

Rose World said...

Wow! So festive by looking at the food and decor. The lanps so colourful.

mun said...

Thanks for all the photos! Very informative! is the red drink rose syrup drink flavour? i like the colourful lights.

Twilight Man said...

There is so much interesting items and food sold at Ramadhan bazaars.
The cushion covers are so attractive and cheap!!

Phong Hong said...

It is nice to go and look see at the bazaar. So many nice food to choose!

Libby said...

Mun: the drink is richer cranberry juice

Libby said...

Mun: the drink is lychee cranberry juice

Nancy Chan said...

I would love to look see at the Ramadan bazaar but the weather is too hot.

Libby said...

Hayley, Nancy: I went at night, but also sweating profusely away

Linda said...

Such a large selection, and so colourful!

mun said...

Oh, thanks for your reply. I thought it is rose syrup because that's the most common pink or red drink. Lychee cranberry juice should taste very nice.

Libby said...

The lamps

Libby said...

STP: Hope your mom's condition is stable

Rose, Mun: I also like the colourful lamps very much but can't bear to buy them as they are very expensive

TM, PH: I didn't buy much at the Bazaar, just go there to take photos, but after that a bit regret never buy the Goreng Pisang