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This Bedok Ramadan Bazaar Has Pani Puri, Cheese Fried Bananas And More Till 9 April

13th March 2024

Ecoharmony Fest runs till 9 April in Bedok North

Foodies are spoiled for choices this month—from Bazaar Raya Utara Sembawang to Isetan Japanese food fair, the list of food fairs goes on. Here’s one for the Easties: Ecoharmony Fest in Bedok North! Indulge in both traditional and trendy foods from now till 9 April 2024, at the open field opposite Blk 131 Bedok North Avenue 3.

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The last time we tried Pani Puri at Artbox 2024, we couldn’t get over how tasty these crispy balls were. Good news, Roti Fifi is selling 15 pieces at $22! This deep-fried snack is stuffed with a variety of ingredients, including sweet tamarind chutney and coriander.

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The Original Pisang Keju is another familiar face in the scene: we tried their sweet treats at the ongoing Kampong Gelam Bazaar 2024. In case you didn’t know, pisang keju is slightly different from goreng pisang: the former is an Indonesian snack that features shredded cheese as the main topping! 


Here, you can choose from their Standard ($8) and Premium ($9) flavours. Each box comes with six pieces for the said price! Some popular standard flavours include Oreo and Strawberry, while the premium flavours that caught our attention were Biscoff and Butterscotch.

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For something more filling, RiscoeKitchen offers Nasi Ambeng ($12). This Indonesian dish typically comprises steamed rice with chicken curry, vegetable fritters, and spicy grated coconut. There’s also the $40 option which is ideal for four people.

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For begedil AKA deep-fried potato patties, but with a trendy twist, head to Nak Tahu Tak, which sells four different flavours. There’s the Beef ($5.50 for five) and Chicken ($5.50 for five) for something classic, or the Truffle ($6.50 for five) and BeeferCheeser ($7.50 for five) for those feeling adventurous.


Takoyaki is a must-have at any food fairs, and so De’Tak0 comes through with their affordable offerings. Crowd favourites include the Mentaiko ($8) and Egg Mayo ($8), and each box comes with seven balls.

If you’re in the area, check out our So Lemak review for unique har cheong gai nasi lemak by ex-fine dining chef. You can also read our Scoopy Doo review for mochi waffles and Yakult sherbet.

Address: Bedok North Avenue 3, open field opposite Blk 131, Singapore 460131
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm

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