Soto, Indonesian’s distinct kind of soup, successfully captures food connoisseurs by its hearty and earthy ingredients involved. There are abundant kinds of soto menus you can find across Indonesia starting from soto ayam, soto kudus, soto padang, etc. For this time, I gorge myself having a visit to one of food stalls offering the best soto betawi in Karawaci, Tangerang.
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Hearing the name of this restaurant may make you wonder how great its egg benedict signature is. Cutie egg benedict logo, friendly waiters and eye-catchy ornaments are just perfect. After not paying a visit for almost a year, I make up my mind of having lunch at Sunny Side Up nearby downtown Summarecon Mal Serpong 2.
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Have you ever tried visiting a restaurant putting on Western, Indonesian, and Chinese cuisine included in its menus? If have not, Pan & Flip restaurant can be the answer of fulfilling your curiosity. Located at Supermal Karawaci in Tangerang, it becomes one of lip-smacking culinary spots you can visit while having a walk. As I am wondering about its spectacular bone marrow soup, here is the quick review about it.
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While strolling around Supermal Karawaci mall, I am captivated by this brand new subway-like restaurant that is quite popular on social medias nowadays. Located next to Tous Les Jours bakery shop and Imperial Lamian Chinese restaurant, it is not difficult for you to find this restaurant just in seconds. The concept is all about green and the menus displayed behind the cashiers are almost the same just like Subway. There are several menus within different kinds of sizes and variations (starting from 6″ up to 12″). For this time, I buy the Mesquite Chicken with the size of 12″.
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Bazaar week at Pelita Harapan University, Lippo Karawaci is officially over! Abundant food stalls you can visit are mostly dominated by Indonesian typical culinary traits. To open this day 5 journey, we begin with this cutie-innocent iconic girl food stall selling its signature mixed-rice menus starting from special set menu to complete set menu. Tjandoe (old-spelled Indonesian word) or candu actually means addicted. So, no wonder if this word is chosen as the trademark to make its customers get addicted to it. Both menus look sooooo yummy, but only in special menu will you have half-salted egg. As we do not really like salted egg, eventually we have made up our mind of choosing the complete set menu.
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Starting from today, May 23 2016, be ready to grab the atmosphere of bazaar week UPH up to May 27, 2016. One of the meals we try for today is from Three Bonos Meatballs combining macaroni pasta and meatballs completed with mushroom sauce. Actually, you can customize it by adding marinara sauce as the other option. For this time, having its mushroom sauce is pretty tantalizing. Isn’t it like Swedish meatball at IKEA Alam Sutera?
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Who does not know the existence of Chinese food, one of the foremost Asian cuisine coming from the Eastern part of the continent? Besides Western cuisine, Chinese typical food staples successfully travel across its region to Indonesia, especially in Tangerang. No wonder if there are abundant Chinese restaurants you can find in most every regions of Indonesia as 20% of its population is Chinese. In Bintaro, South Tangerang is there a Chinese restaurant named Bakmi Bangka Cita Rasa that is worth a visit and try. Why? Because it not only has typical noodle menus, but also variations of Chinese dishes you can pick. As I want to explore China throughout its culinary traits, here comes my choices.
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