Hipster FoodUnique, Instagram-worthy dishes have become even more commonplace than ever at the Bazaar in recent years (to some controversy). While the 2019 Bazaar has put a much stronger focus on traditional food, we were excited to see what new offerings we could discover this year. We tend to dismiss hipster food as just aesthetically pleasing - but to our surprise we found options this year that tasted amazing, and brought a unique twist to the dishes that we hadn’t expected! Here are some of the new (and maybe not so new) options we think are worth a nibble:
Prata Waffles - FooditudeWhen we first heard of ‘praffles’ - a combination of prata and waffles - we were admittedly skeptical. Separate, these are 2 of the most delicious dishes you could ever sink your teeth into. But combining them just seemed odd - until Fooditude decided to try it out!
Yu Char Kway Manis - Charkoi
Boba Tea-Infused Pancakes - AlleyAlley is a common face at previous bazaars and night markets, but for Ramadan 2019 they’ve added something new to their mix - their tea-infused Boba Pancake Stack. Drink stalls serving up desserts isn’t a new concept, but we were interested to see whether Alley’s famous brown sugar drinks could translate into a satisfying sweet treat.
Lobster Rolls and White Rabbit Drink - Burp Catering
Flaming Brown Sugar Milk Tea - Milk Bro
ALL-IN Mala Salted Egg Yolk - The Mala Stop
- White Rabbit soft serve
- Chimney cakes (Bill & Bell)
- Cheesecakes on a stick (The Munch Munch Co)
- Katsu with gravy (Mad About Katsu)