Category Archives: Gastronomical Adventure

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Sukiya Suki Desu!

The brand-new Ah Mei and Sukiya restaurants now are ready to serve you at Lippo Supermall! Located side by side, you still can see its fancy bouquets scattered around Sukiya ’till November 10.

Sukiya is a fast food restaurant with no service charge at all, you will see a kind of tip jar in front of the cashier. I like this very much as I can actually eat and tip if I feel like it, not because I am obligated to.

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On the other hand, I am quite trinkled with its peculiar pre-packaged menus like having ramen and rice in one dish. Perhaps, this occurs because Indonesians like having indomie with rice. Oh well.

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Onokabe “All You Can Eat” Suki & Grill – Alam Sutera Town Center, Tangerang

Catatan Si Ave

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So, this is it. The brand new Onokabe “All You Can Eat” Suki & Grill restaurant is officially in town! Established since November 2, 2016, no wonder if you still can see abundant colorful yet fancy bouquets scattered across the street along with these three cutie-chubby sumo icons. Aren’t they too cute and cheerful to be true?

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Hamburg Christmas Market

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Date: 17th December 2015

I never imagined I’d have to write the second part of Hamburg, because I spent so little time there, and I really thought I have covered it all! Well turns out not, and my memory fails me :0, I write so little about the Christmas Market because I thought I lose all of the photos. I mistakenly think it’s in Hanover! Haha, well, here it is. Honestly, this one is the less crowded and more explained one, because I am in my friend’s town!

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update-1 Totally never see pengamen with this instruments back in my country

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Croyaki – Croissant Taiyaki

Another snack we gorge ourselves on during bazaar week UPH is croyaki, croissant taiyaki. The word croissant, spelled as /krəˈsɒnt/, is a French type of pastry known for its crescent shape. What do you think if it is combined with taiyaki, Japanese fish-shaped snack filled with red bean paste? Hmm…

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Cupbop – Korean Rice Bowl

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We are back! As UPH  holds an annual festival named UPH Festival (or UPH students call it as UPH fest) of welcoming new students on August 18, 2016, We are truly excited by the abundant bazaar stalls for almost two weeks. For this year’s theme, UPH festival has been held 23 times, so that’s why it is named UPH 23rd Festival, within the theme “Reach Further”. Continue reading Cupbop – Korean Rice Bowl

Genki Sushi – Grand Indonesia, Jakarta

Catatan Si Ave

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Who does not love sushi nowadays?  Its delectable and savory taste from every single bite drives you pretty crazy. For this time, I will have my sushi made fresh from Genki Sushi’s oven. Unfortunately, this Japanese food stall is currently unavailable in Tangerang. So, you have to be in Jakarta fighting for its daily heavy traffic jam if wanting to visit this place. 

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Berlin – Euro(esca) pe

Sorry it’s late! There are so much I want to write that I decided I will separate into other posts. I will try to post the main review of cities on Thursday, while the smaller post every other day. Stay tuned!

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After fascinated by Doha’s Science Fiction wonders, I finally… landed in Berlin! Woohoo! Europe! It’s my first time being in another continent.

Berlin is quite a wonder. After completing my trip, I realize how lucky I am to have Berlin as my starting point. It is really a mixed city, metropolitan, but didn’t give the shiny-tall-buildings-everywhere scenery. At least not in the tourist center, and that’s quite big. It’s a history packed location, but not full of ruin. It’s full of facilities but not overly crowded. You got what I mean?

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