Light scattering patterns are commonly used in industry to assess fiber quality. In this work, scattering patterns of Bragg fibers are studied. Optical fibers are coated with alternating layers of Silicon Nitride and Silica using Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition. A laser beam incident perpendicular to the fiber axis scatters off creating patterns distinct from that of uncoated fibers which exhibit continuous front lobe. Effect of variation in layer properties, polarization, wavelength and fiber symmetry is observed in the patterns. Anomalous suppression and enhancement in angular scattering pattern is explained through a scattering angle diagram. Features in the pattern are mapped to reflectance of the Bragg stack and it is found that a stopband creates the anomalous features in the scattering.