By Time Out KL contributorsPosted: Sunday June 14 2015
1/6Burung puyoh berempahMany customers stood patiently for their turn to select their choice of quail. Fried to a golden crisp and served with rice and soup, these birds are definitely worth the wait.
2/6Ajebois roti jala traffic lightWhy have regular roti jala when you can get it in pretty shades of green and pink? While the colouring is just for aesthetics, we do like the accompanying spicy chicken curry with its thick consistency.
3/6Nasi Ayam BakarWe picked our chicken right off the grill here to reveal tasty, juicy flesh.
4/6BaklavaFilled with finely chopped nuts, laced with honey and cut into bite-size pieces, these layered pastries are an uncommon sight at bazaars – as well as an addictive dessert.
5/6Daging PakapowThe stir-fried minced beef dish is served with rice and a fried egg. The generous portions of beef were neither chewy nor bland.
6/6Bee Hoon Ayam Sup Utara MaiOftentimes, the soup is either too oily or the broth just doesn’t pack enough flavour. You won’t get any of that here; the mee hoon comes with a slurp-worthy sup gear box.
Some of the best street food to get at Bukit Bintang's Ramadhan bazaar.