Local street food is a must try when you visit Singapore. One of the best places to enjoy Singapore local street food is in Makansutra, a Food Center with large number of hawkers to indulge in a variety of local street food such as satay, chili crab, oyster omelette, and fried carrot cake. Makansutra Glutton’s Bay gives diners a taste of local food with a spectacular view of the Marina Bay skyline. Unlike typical hawker centres, sampler sets are offered for those who want to try everything but simply don’t have the stomach space to! And the most eye-catching food sample is: Chili Crab !!!
Although many new creations of martabak (Indonesian stuffed pancake) are popping up nowadays, this classic martabak still be my favorite. In this posr, i will going to share my favorite traditional martabak in Jakarta. That is Martabak Rembulan Purnama, located in Jl. KH. Moh. Mansyur (Jembatan Lima, West Jakarta), it is situated on the roadside only with a humbly cart.
Nowadays, Pantai Indah Kapuk food scene has evolved into more interesting and lively. Along with the time, lots of new restaurant or cafe have been popping up with stronger and better concept. One of the latest additions that we had visited is Headquarters.
When in Singapore, don’t forget to eat Bak Kut Teh, one of signature dishes from Singapore. Bak Kut Teh is a traditional Chinese soup and the name itself actually means “Meat Bone Tea” and at its simplest, consists of meaty pork ribs simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices (including star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dang gui, fennel seeds and garlic). And yes the broth was made from pork ribs bone.
Meatballs or more commonly known as “Bakso” in Indonesian is one of the most popular traditional food in Indonesia. Usually, meatballs made of beef and can be found in mobile carts. In Tanjung Duren, there is a famous place to eat meatballs, namely Bakso Jawir.
Jakarta Fair is back! This is an annual event held in celebrating the anniversary of the Jakarta City. On this day, June 22th 2016, we celebrate the 489th anniversary of the Jakarta. Congratulations, Jakarta !!! 😀
Kelapa Gading has long been known as one of the culinary paradise in Jakarta which still live up till now. And for pork lovers like us, one of our favorite restaurant is Warung Larris. Originally from Surabaya, Warung Larris now open their first outlet in Jakarta to offers the best pork ribs in town! FYI, they already have two outlets in Surabaya.
Who doesn’t love fried chicken? I think almost every people love fried chicken. In past few years, there are many stores that sell Taiwanese fried chicken in Indonesia. They are very popular in a short time and highly favored by the customers. So, when we go to Taiwan, crispy fried chicken is the top priority in our “must-eat” food list because it’s the most popular street snack in Taiwan… 😀 Continue reading [TAIWAN] Famous Taiwanese Crispy Fried Chicken
Japanese food never bores us. We can have it everyday without getting bored, especially sushi. And this time we are going to share our dining experience at Kiyadon Sushi, a Japanese restaurant that is specialized in Sushi. Opened their first outlet in April 2001, now they have 6 outlets in Indonesia, which are in Emporium Mall Pluit, Senayan City, Pacific Place, Mall Taman Anggrek, Grand Indonesia, and Baywalk Mall. Continue reading KIYADON SUSHI – Emporium Mall Pluit
Hawaiian food is always tempting. And this time, we are going to share with you a hawaiian resto in Grand Indonesia Shopping Town called Hawaiian Bistro.
It’s important to let the interior design speak the language of the culture. Hawaiian Bistro has a unique interior design with typical hawaiian style. You will easily find the tropical floral pattern, tribal elements, or anything that reflect the hawaiian culture and also makes a cozy ambiance. They also have Tiki Bar, a spot where their barista concocting beverage for their customer. Continue reading HAWAIIAN BISTRO – Grand Indonesia