Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2017 – 20 Instagrammable Food To Expect, From Rainbow Softserve, Durian Bingsu To Scotch Eggs

Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2017 – 20 Instagrammable Food To Expect, From Rainbow Softserve, Durian Bingsu To Scotch Eggs
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Touted as one of the biggest and the best pasar malam in Singapore, the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is back, from 26 May (Fri) to 24 June (Sun).

With over 1000 stalls *gasp*, what you can expect include traditional Hari Raya goodies like kuih tart, kuih bangkit, and instagrammable food such as candyfloss burritos, poke bowls, fried durians, and rainbow planet ice-cream buns.

The bazaar is situated spread out in front of Geylang Serai market, Joo Chiat Complex and along Haig Road.

The hottest bites last year included rainbow bagels (Word. is going for Rainbow Burgers this year) and watermelon volcanoes. This year, you can expect more rainbow-themed food items, cooling drinks and desserts, including ‘unicorn tears’ (from Mr Q’s snacks) and durian bingsu (from The Icy Paradise).

Confirm, confirm, confirm, there will be many Thai iced milk tea stalls.

Poke Bowl
Pokerrito Poke bowl – Geylang Serai market (Stall 48)

Element Drink
Pokerrito Poke bowl – Geylang Serai market (Stall 48)

Durian Bingsu
The Icy Paradise – Along Engku Aman Road (Stall 52)

Rainbow Planet Ice Cream
Fairyfloss – Along Engku Aman Road (Stall 33)

Unicorn Tears Drink
Mr Q’s snacks – 3 stalls Old Haig Road, Old Malay Village, Near Tanjong Katong Complex

Fried Durian
Hao-Rian – Opposite Paya Lebar MRT station (Stall 190)

Chicken and Beef Scotch Eggs with Peking Duck Sauce
Loco Loco – Malay Village Along Engku Aman Road (Stall 7)
Haig Road/Onan Road In front of Alwadi Coffee Shop (Stall 11)

Churros (Chilli Crab Churros, Pandan Churros)
Loco Loco – Malay Village Along Engku Aman Road (Stall 7)
Haig Road/Onan Road In front of Alwadi Coffee Shop (Stall 11)

Thai Milk Tea Soft Serve
Loco Loco – Malay Village Along Engku Aman Road (Stall 7)
Haig Road/Onan Road In front of Alwadi Coffee Shop (Stall 11)

Ice Cream Roll ($5.00)
Happy Rollies – 12 Haig road (Stalls 130, 131, 132)

Toasted Smores Topped With Cream Crackers ($2.50)
Happy Rollies – 12 Haig road (Stalls 130, 131, 132)

Watermelon Volcano ($6.90 small 2-3 pax, $12.90 large 5-6 pax)
Happy Rollies – 12 Haig road (Stalls 130, 131, 132)

Rainbow Soft Serve ($7.00)
Happy Rollies – 12 Haig road (Stalls 130, 131, 132)

Deep Fried Oreo and Nutella Smores Dip
Take A Bite – In front of Blk 12 Haig Road (Stall No 139, 140)
Malay Village(Stall 34)

Ovalmaltine Milkshake & Peanut Butter Jelly Shake
The Fizzy Brothers

Tacao Dendeng and Burger Dendeng
Dendeng Duo

Double Fried Russets With Special Cheese Or Chilli Beef (Start from $5.90)
Katoshka – In front of Muslim Converts’ Association of Singapore (Darul Arqam), 32 Onan Road (Stall 74)

Rainbow Beef Burger The ‘Handsome Burg’ and Bucket Gangster Drink
Word. – Jalan Engku Aman (Stall 8) and Haig Road (Stall 50)

Thai Iced Tea and Thai Green Milk Tea
Broti – Haig Road in front of the mosque (Stall 31), Malay Village (Stall 27)

Unicorn And Thai Pink Milk Drink ($2.50 – $6.50)
Alley SG – Haig Road (Stall 14), Haig Road (Stall 32), Haig Road (Stall 134), Malay Village (Stall 4)

Galaxy Nutella Milkshake
Softnade – Haig Road/Onan Road in front of Alwadi Coffee Shop (Stall 9)

Baby Blue Bandung
The Dream Factory – Haig Road, beside Muslim Converts’ Association of Singapore (Stall 78)

Cube Ice Milk Tea and Coffee
Gulp ‘N’ Yum (Stall 39)

Fried Milk – Pandan, Thai Milk Tea and Salted Caramel
Milk Stalls – Haig Road (Stall 75)

Chiobu Milkshake ($5.90)
In.foodsg (Stall 32)

Raclette Cheese
The Raclette Factory – Haig Road, beside Muslim Converts’ Association of Singapore (Stall 78)

Compiling the list this year is more difficult than usual, because event organisers did not know what the stalls were selling #Truestory, and unfortunately a number of vendors were more conservative about pre-publicity because they didn’t want others copying their food ideas.

Well, copying is inevitable, as some of the Artbox Singapore stalls had illustrated that and a handful of stalls starting selling similar items.

My take is, if the taste is good, then there is no worry. Pre-publicity promotes branding-building, and can in fact help cement the stall as the first to introduce that food.

For first timer visitors, wear casual clothes, hydrate yourselves, bring enough cash and coins, and just immerse in the celebrations. Have fun!

How to get to Geylang Serai Market
MRT: Paya Lebar Station
Bus: 2, 7, 13, 21, 24, 26, 28, 30, 51, 67, 76, 154 and 155

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Comments

  1. Hi,

    I understand that you’ve explored food stalls along Haig Road and Tengku Aman Road. You might have missed out on some great food along tanjong katong road at tanjong katong complex. Check out some great food there.

  2. Are any of these stalls Halal certified or Muslim owned?

  3. Hello, do you have idea what time close?

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