Here’s another murtabak hybrid. Rather than have roti jala dipped in curry, why not have the curry and meat already inside the roti jala? Genius!
Unlike other bazaars that tend to snake on, this market's small and focused, which means you’ll be less inclined to give into impulse buys of popiah, keropok and other nibbles. At the Bangsar bazaar, you'll find rojabak (murtabak made with roti jala and filled with curry and minced chicken or beef), putu bambu, and a stall known for its kuih pelita.
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