Street Food Festival

Street Food Festival
preparing Hoe J popiah

Pusat Makanan Rainbow (Rainbow City Hawker Stall) or more popularly known to the locals as Thong Sui Kai or Dessert Street, once again is the venue for the annual Street Food Festival.

Street Food Festival
dumplings (chang)

Street Food Festival
North-eastern Thai sausages Sai Krok E-San

Previously known as Karnival Penjaja Ipoh (1Malaysia Fabulous Food), this two-day street food festival served to bring together all the best street local foods to be introduced to all.

Street Food Festival
more finger food

Street Food Festival
egg tarts

Having been to two previous street food carnivals in 2010 and 2011, I have to say, I wasn’t too impressed by the variety of stalls here. Perhaps I am too regular at the weekly night markets.

Street Food Festival
Tokoyaki

Street Food Festival
fruit clusters

However, I don’t deny that for anyone unfamiliar with local street food, or for those who are there to eat, there are many choices to select from, and at pretty reasonable prices too.

Street Food Festival
preparing apong balik

Street Food Festival
lok lok

All in all, including the permanent food stalls that are open for business nightly at Thong Sui Kai, there are more than a hundred stalls during this festival.

Event: Street Food Festival
Venue: Pusat Makanan Rainbow, Jalan Carey, Ipoh
Date: 7th & 8th Dec, 2013
Time: 6pm – 10pm

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One thought on “Street Food Festival

  1. Wow, so many varieties of local food. They all look so delicious and tempting. Most difficult to resist!

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