I don’t usually eat spicy food but this one is something I can’t reject. My friend has recommended me this place for quite some times ago but since I know sate Padang is a spicy food, I kind of hesitate to try. Read Complete Story..
One of chicken based food you can find around Yogyakarta is ayam geprek. It can be translated literally into ‘mashed chicken’ but I’ll stick to the original term though. It’s easier and more familiar to mention as well as people from Read Complete Story..
About couple of months ago my father told me there’s a great restaurant in Bantul. Bantul is the southern part of DIY province and still has lot of culinary spots for me to discover. However my dad actually visited this Read Complete Story..
Heh, I don’t know there exist a freakin’ instant noodle that can make my mouth ‘on fire’. So the backstory was some friends were talking about this instant noodle or ramen called Samyang. They urged me to try this ramen Read Complete Story..
*WARNING : PORK DETECTED!!* Balinese style dishes has been spreading across Yogyakarta for some years, which letting us, food hunters to choose from different cooking style and taste. There are 3 famous Balinese restaurant in Yogyakarta, which I think is Read Complete Story..
Unfortunately, my trip to Surabaya was for a few days only and I didn’t get to try a lot of food :(. I still want to try lontong kupang in seashore food stall (I tried once.. ONCE! In Kenjeran beach, and I’m Read Complete Story..
*WARNING : PORK DETECTED* Several years ago, my friend took me to a home-made-food restaurant serves some dishes originally from outside of the island where I live. Manado, to be exact. It’s in North Sulawesi, which is the island north Read Complete Story..
Just last night, I came back to this Malaysian restaurant I wrote about in my last blog entry. I’m loving all thing about spice so I can wholeheartedly come to any place serving spicy (not hot, but spicy) food at Read Complete Story..