Every Tuesday from 6 to 10 pm, Enactus Bazaar is ready to serve various types of finger-licking and affordable street food to the students. The price range is from RM2 to RM10, which is great for students who are tired from a long day of classes and also aiming for a tight budget for their dinner.

1. Mac ‘N’ Cheese

Mac ‘N’ Cheese

For a RM5 Mac ‘N Cheese, you can’t expect it to be like a huge plate of Secret Recipe’s Prawn Macaroni and Cheese. What you can expect is an adequate amount of macaroni and cheese with some sliced sausages to give a much-needed taste to enjoy the plain, cheesy and creamy texture. I would describe it as a quick and cheap dinner to get you through the night. Overall, it’s not bad yet it is not recommended to those who dislike plain and creamy food. This serving is suitable for its price.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩

2. Fried Cheese Banana

What comes after chocolate syrup? Cheese!

Anyone up for dessert? This crispy slice of fried banana, topped with melted cheese and a drizzle of chocolate syrup will make you beg for more. This dish is highly recommended to those who have a sweet tooth. It’s basically heaven on a plate! The feeling of taking a bite is enjoying something with a crispy, melted-in-your-mouth texture, which gives the crunchy sound. It is completely mouth-watering. It is served 5 slices per container and costs RM5.  Nothing is better than delicious and cheap street food.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

3. Fried Snacks

Snacks – french fries, potato wedges, and fried mushrooms

These are the students’ favourite snacks. This stall serves french fries, potato wedges and even fried mushrooms with optional toppings such as chilli sauce, ketchup, mayonnaise, and cheese. These crispy snacks are available for only RM3. I won’t describe it as a good as McDonald’s French Fries or KFC Cheesy Wedges, but they are really not that bad. Although the portion of this dish is small, it is a suitable for the price. However, it does promise you a crunchy and crispy taste or maybe something to munch on your way to your dorm.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩

There is still plenty more street food to enjoy, other than these top picks. Don’t miss out every Tuesday to grab these tasty street food yourselves (near the SA Circle) and be your own judge.

Photos by Anne Marie

Written by Nurul Izzah Binti Azami

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ― Hippocrates

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