Pasar Tani at Seberkas Centre in Miri is definitely a favourite for many on Fridays and Saturdays.
I like it because of the various local fruits and vegetables I could buy. And furthermore I can get some kuih too and mingle with different races. There is an explosion of colours and noises too.
Recently I discovered I could get something quite special here. That's Terong Pipit or the small sourish wild brinjal which the Thais use in their various dishes. This special vegetable is sold by a cheerful Chinese lady who also sells several fruits of different sizes like cikgus and buah kedundong. She claims that her fruits are organic.
The sour brinjal is excellent in Tom Yam and the cooking of several local fish.
Here's the cheerful lady who sells terong pipit and other fruits.....
In Miri punnets are not used by the local hawkers...instead little plastic saucers like this are used and these liuttle brinjals are for RM1.00 per saucer.