Finally holiday season is coming to town! How delighted I am as there will be more ‘me’ or family time to discover new culinary experiences by having Shao Kao Chinese skewers at Gading Serpong. In Chinese language, Shao Kao (烧烤) means barbecue. No wonder if you smell BBQ smoke fresh from the open kitchen while heading to the entrance door.
Continue reading “Shao Kao: Chinese Street Skewers – Ruko Batavia, Gading Serpong”
Let’s imagine yourself waiting for the heavy rain to be at ease accompanied with a bowl of meatballs or bakso. Hmm.. isn’t it perfect enough to fulfill your belly with something warm and mouth-watering? Among Indonesians, bakso never fails its lovers especially during rainy season. Even though it comes from China (called as bah-so in Hokkien pronunciation), it is assumed that bakso has a mixture of culinary influences back in colonial Dutch East Indies according to some culinary experts. Gosh, such a fascinating fact, isn’t it? Continue reading “Basolo – Permata Sport Club, Lippo Karawaci”