Located on a parking lot parallel to the Penchala Link, this Ramadhan bazaar provides a great friendly and kampung atmosphere. While some of the food you’ll find here are the usual favourites, there are also some unique dishes you won’t be able to find anywhere else.
This stall sells a variety of fish, including siakap, stingray, catfish, tilapia and cencaru that are stuffed to the gills with spicy sambal, wrapped in banana leaf and grilled on a hot pan. Recommended for those who need their daily dose of chilli.
The name of the stall is self-explanatory, and you can see the queues that form here as soon as the stall opens. Filled to the brim with flavourful meat, the murtabak here may be small but it definitely packs a punch. Come early, join the queue, and bond with fellow murtabak fans.
This stall is paradise for offal lovers – offering intestine, tongue, bone marrow and tripe among others to have in your soup. Don’t worry if you’re not the adventurous type, they also have other items on their menu such as bee hoon soup and mee soup.
For the past few years we’ve seen grilled lamb stalls mushrooming at bazaars all over the city. But not many have the skills to pull off a great kambing bakar. We’re lucky to find one here in Sungai Penchala that’s grills a good lamb, and they don’t skimp on their sauces too.
You can smell these honeyed chicken wings from a mile away and we’re happy to confirm that they taste just as good as they smell. Make sure you buy a few because they’re quite addictive.