Filled with iconic local delights and up-and-coming insta-worthy street foods, Geylang Serai Ramdhan Bazaar is one of the most anticipated food bazaar in Singapore. From 12th May to 14th June, foodies can enjoy local favourites like Ramly Burger, or newer creations like rainbow coloured drinks and ice cream.
If you’re thinking of heading to Geyland Serai for one of Singapore’s best street food experience, here are some food stalls you don’t want to miss!
Has it always been a childhood dream to have unicorn-themed ice cream? Well, dreams do come true. The colourful Flaming Unicorn ice cream dessert is a total eye-candy and perfect for all those with a sweet tooth. Topped with fruity pebbles, marsh mellow, and (quite surprisingly) dash of flames, the Flaming Unicorn is definitely a one-of-a-kind dessert at the bazaar.
Love durian? How about Churros? Both of your favourite things are combined into a chewy treat with Loco Loco’s durian churros! These Churros are covered with tantalising durian sauce – an irresistible treat for those who can’t wait for the durian season.
Why limit to yourself with just drinks in a cup when you can have whole chunks of ribs in a cup? WORD’s Gangster Ribs in a cup comes with Briyani or fries – whichever you fancy – and you can even choose between lamb and beef ribs. Word cafe has been known to make head turning and headline grabbing treats so why not give their goodies a try at Geylang Serai this year?
Chickaboom’s chicken chop cubes are the perfect bites at a food bazar – it’s savoury but not too filling. You can choose between garlic butter, chilli crab, aligot, and other sauces to drizzle your cubed chicken chop in.
The Daily Menu Co
These drinks are… smokin’ – literally. For just $4.50, The Daily Menu Co’s Mango Fizz will make you feel as though you’re drinking a potion from a magical world.
Cool down with Happy Rollies’ Rainbow Paddle Pop Snow-Bowl. Paddle pop iced shavings are covered in rainbow rice and chocolate sauce – definitely a pretty dessert for the gram.
Beef Bro Blow Torch Grill
Owned by local actor Daniel Ashriq, Beef Bro Blow Torch Grill makes its first appearance at the bazaar this year! Featuring premium flaming Australian rump beef steak, the mentaiko beef cubes need to be on your list of foods to try when you’re at Geyland Serai.
Hyde & Co.
“Does Crispy Rendang even exist?” Well, it does now. Have a taste of what Crispy Rendang tastes like with Hyde & Co at the Ramadan Bazaar! Crispy chicken drumstick is drizzled with rendang sauce and ketupat (rice dumpling) and emping belinjo – it already sounds heavenly.
UYI Savoury Squids
Sometimes, more is more. UYI Savoury Squids’s large Krispy Sotong is something to look forward to at the bazaar. It’s tender on the inside and deep fried to perfection!
Wash down the deep fried and savoury treats with a refreshing Super Mango smoothie-dessert! Topped with whipped cream, mango slices, and mango ice cream, this refreshing dessert can be shared between two or three.
Fed By The Ravens
Featuring tacos with Indian-style fillings, Fed By The Ravens’ menu is something out of the ordinary. There are lots of fillings to choose from, so if you’re not sure which to go with, try the ‘Taco Trio’ set which lets you to mix and match any of three fillings!
555 Thai Tea
Enjoy a full litre of Thai Iced Tea with 555 Thai Tea. The Bazaar can get busy, hot and crowded but if you’ve got a litre of ice cold Thai Iced Tea with you, there’s nothing to worry about.
With so many goodies to try from, you’ll be spoilt for choice at Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2018! No doubt, stall owners are getting increasingly creative and food choices are looking more exciting each year. Head down to the bazaar with your friends and family, and don’t miss out on the chance to try something new!