The Kampung Baru is well spread out within the village. Most of the activity is focused on Jalan Raja Muda Musa due to it's proximity to all the eateries and the LRT Station. Since we got a parking space near the school behind Jalan Raja Bot, we decided to just explore that area. There were quite a number of stalls selling Roti Jala. I even managed to catch the lady preparing it on the spot.
This stall also had roti jala which was pre-made and stacked in a pile of yellow noodle like strands. What's unusual about this stall is they serve pulut (glutinous rice) or roti jala with durian sauce.
I have yet to search for Air Bandung for Cat Cat but as a consolation, here's watermelon juice which the traders decorated by placing them within these cut out watermelon bowls.
This stall was selling crispy samosas stuffed with meat fillings. You can see them freshly frying the items.
There were 2 Murtabak stalls side by side bearing similar names and doing brisk business. One stall is called Murtabak Din and if I am not mistaken the other one is Murtabak Pak Din. This kid was helping out at the stall by removing the dough balls to be flattened.
These guys were trading under a bright red canopy hence the reddish tinge and it was busy busy making sure they filled the orders for murtabak.
They had loads of kebabs all filled up in soft buns and drizzled with mayonnaise and chili sauce on display.
Although the chicken drumsticks looked a bit burnt from the hot fire, I liked their caramelised and golden brown colour. Ayam percik here is pretty reasonably priced as they sell smaller pieces at RM1.80. Bigger pieces are sold around RM5.
Something unusual in Ramadan Bazaars - bread and butter pudding. It's quite a simple version with just slices of white bread and raisins. Tasted really good too (a piece is RM2.50) as the pudding was moist.
The lady at the stall was also selling chocolate cake which seemed to be selling better than the bread and butter pudding. There's not much sweet items on the street as most of the kuih stalls are on Jalan Raja Muda Musa. If you can, take your time to explore Jalan Raja Muda Musa but beware as parking is quite problematic due to lack of space.
Jalan Raja Bot