Well hello again guys! It’s been a while since I wrote my last post and took a short break (again). It’s been a busy week but hopefully we can still get in touch. So today I’ll be talking about a Read Complete Story..
So for this one, I found the restaurant by accident actually. I was on my way home from somewhere and I saw the banner so there I was. I was paying a visit without knowing anything about that but turns Read Complete Story..
Looks like I’ve talked about tahu tek from Malang before (oh right, here) but today it’s from Yogyakarta. I’ve at least known 3 different places serving this food but so far I consider this one the best. They didn’t have fancy restaurants Read Complete Story..
So I’m back with the second part of this Dapur Roa. If you’re going to find more details about this place, just visit my first part of review here. I’m going to give a short overview about this place. This is Read Complete Story..
Back when I was in Malang about a week ago, I met this bakso Malang hawker. Bakso is meatball in English and is usually made of minced beef. In Yogyakarta a common bowl of bakso only consists of plain meat meatball, tendon meatball, fried meatball, Read Complete Story..
This time I’m hitting a mark again about a culinary stall in Malang called Pecel Pincuk ‘Berkah’. I’ve talked about pecel before, pecel madiun to be exact and today it’s still from East Java but different city. So, I mostly get Read Complete Story..