Category Archives: Food Stalls

Stalls on food festival, quick to appear, quick to vanish. Catch them while you can!

Hamburg Christmas Market


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!

Euro(esca)pe Index

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

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Genki Sushi – Grand Indonesia, Jakarta

Catatan Si Ave


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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Master Duren: The Real Frozen Durian

Last but not least, we have this authentic durian ice cream as the closing to end our day 5 culinary journey at bazaar week UPH. While looking at its banner, the expectation will be the frozen durian turns out inside the cup and we find it so true! The pictures and the reality are exactly the same, we will have a hundred percent durian flesh ice cream! As the sun is shining brightly, it will be great to have something sweet and cold meal, though. So, we will have medium size cup, then.

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Waroeng JS: The King of Chili

To end our culinary journey during bazaar week UPH, we definitely do not want to miss this hot and reddish food to awake us during after-lunch office hours. So, we challenge for those who can conquer spicy foods, register yourself of having a menu at this stall as your lunch.


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Salted Egg: Is It Really Salty?

First impression captured while hearing the stall’s name is about having a salty sunny side up with white rice beneath. Well, again the imagination turns out differently while seeing the menu itself. The cup is similar to the noodle stall on most Hollywood movies, but you will find several chunked chicken covered with salty egg followed with the sunny side up and white rice. How do you think it will fare?

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Mie Kangkung: Jakarta’s Noodle Signature Dish

Catatan Si Ave

After having mixed-rice dish, we are having another attempt of trying mie kangkung, a noodle signature dish coming from the capital city of Indonesia, exactly from Betawi. What makes it unique is the presence of kangkung vegetable or called water spinach as the companion. Besides, its brown-colored thick soup is made of chicken or beef broth along with sweet soy sauce. At the end, it is added with a dash of kaffir lime, bean sprouts and fried shallots to make it more appetizing. Aren’t you drooling away now, folks?


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Nasi Tjandoe: Definitely Makes You ‘Ketjandoean’

Catatan Si Ave

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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