The Putrajaya Ramadan Bazaar is a vibrant and lively destination that’s sure to put a smile on your face! During the fasting month, foodies flock to the bazaar to indulge in a variety of delicious food items such as nasi kerabu, ayam percik, murtabak, kuih, samosa, roti john and more. You can also find stalls selling clothes, accessories and other items to prep for your Hari Raya celebration. Wanna know what you should bring home from the Putrajaya Ramadan Bazaar for buka puasa? Read on!
1. King of lamb shank by Chef Ammar
Who remembers the viral news of Chef Ammar's delicious lamb shank from last year? Well, fret not, because he's back this year at Putrajaya Ramadan Bazaar. Lamb shank is a mouthwatering dish crafted by the skilled hands of Chef Ammar a.k.a King of Lamb Shank. This delicious meal features succulent lamb shanks cooked to perfection, with a crispy outer layer and tender meat that falls off the bone. The dish is infused with a medley of aromatic spices, creating a bold and rich flavour profile that will tantalize your taste buds. Chef Ammar's attention to detail in the preparation and presentation of this dish is evident, making it a true standout on any menu. With its exquisite taste and visually stunning appearance, the lamb shank is truly fit for royalty!
2. Grilled seafood by Hery Kerang Bakar
Seafood lovers, this one's for you! The seafood is marinated with a special blend of herbs and spices, infusing each bite with a burst of flavour that is both fragrant and savoury. The dish features an array of seafood options, including prawns, squid, fish, and clams, all grilled to perfection and served with a side of aromatic rice. The combination of smoky grilled seafood and fragrant rice makes for a delicious and satisfying meal that is sure to impress any seafood lover. Whether enjoyed as a main course or shared with your loved ones, this stall is a must-try for anyone looking to experience the rich flavours of seafood!
3. Yong tau foo by Pak Man Yong Tau Foo
Yong tau foo is a favourite dish during Ramadan and it's not hard to see why. Get yours at the Pak Man Yong Tau Foo stall where you'll have a plethora of choices featuring various vegetables, tofu, fish cakes, and rolled rice cakes. These ingredients are then typically boiled or fried before being served with a savoury and flavourful soup broth. You can also opt for the sambal sauce if you prefer your yong tau foo spicy! Pak Man's version of yong tau foo is particularly delicious, as he uses only the freshest ingredients to create a balanced and harmonious taste. Each bite is a burst of flavour, with the combination of textures and flavours providing a unique and satisfying culinary experience. Whether enjoyed on a cold day or as a light meal, yong tau foo by Pak Man Yong Tau Foo is a comforting and satisfying dish that will leave you craving for more!
4. Nasi dagang and nasi minyak by Nasi Dagang Depangumoh
Nasi dagang and nasi minyak are two of the most popular and beloved dishes in Malaysia and you can get them at the by Nasi Dagang Depangumoh stall at Putrajaya Ramadan Bazaar. Nasi dagang is a dish made from a combination of steamed rice and glutinous rice, cooked with coconut milk and served with a flavorful fish curry or gravy. This dish is typically enjoyed for breakfast or as a mid-morning snack but you can satiate your cravings for buka puasa!
Nasi minyak, on the other hand, is a fragrant rice dish that is typically served during special occasions, such as weddings or celebrations. This dish is made by cooking long-grain rice in a mixture of spices, ghee, and broth, resulting in a rich and savoury taste. But you don't need to wait for a wedding to enjoy this dish! Nasi Dagang Depangumoh's versions of these dishes are particularly delicious, with each dish carefully crafted to showcase the unique flavours and textures of Malaysian cuisine. Whether enjoyed separately or together as a meal, nasi dagang and nasi minyak by Nasi Dagang Depangumoh are sure to satisfy and delight the taste buds.
5. Kebab Melawati by Melawati Kebab
Kebab Melawati by Melawati Kebab is a popular dish that is loved by many in Malaysia. This dish features succulent pieces of grilled meat, such as chicken or beef, that are marinated in a blend of aromatic herbs and spices. The meat is then carefully skewered and grilled to perfection, resulting in a flavourful and tender dish that is a true delight for the senses. The kebabs are typically served with a side of fresh salad and warm pita bread, allowing diners to customize their meal to their liking. Melawati Kebab takes pride in using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients to create their kebabs, resulting in a dish that is both delicious and nutritious!
6. Mee Rebus Johor by Mee Rebus Haji Wahid
Not into rice for buka puasa? Well, head over to Mee Rebus Haji Wahid stall and enjoy a hearty bowl of delicious mee rebus Johor! This dish features yellow noodles that are cooked in a thick and flavourful broth made from a combination of boiled potatoes, shrimp paste, and spices. The noodles are then topped with a variety of ingredients, including fried tofu, hard-boiled egg, and bean sprouts, before being garnished with a generous amount of chopped scallions and crispy fried shallots. Mee Rebus Haji Wahid's version of this dish is particularly delicious, as they use only the freshest and highest quality ingredients to create a rich and savoury broth that is sure to satisfy the taste buds!
7. Fried noodles by Mee Tonggek Putrajaya
Mee Tonggek Putrajaya is particularly known for their expertise in creating a perfectly balanced and well-seasoned dish that is both satisfying and delicious. The dish typically includes yellow noodles, bean sprouts, carrots, cabbage, and a choice of protein such as chicken, beef, or seafood. The ingredients are stir-fried together in a hot wok with a special blend of spices and seasonings, resulting in a dish that is fragrant and savoury. Mee Tonggek Putrajaya's Fried noodles are particularly delicious, as they use only the freshest ingredients and take great care to ensure that the noodles are cooked to perfection. Whether enjoyed as a quick lunch or a hearty dinner, the fried noodles by Mee Tonggek Putrajaya are a must-try!