Eating seafood in Jimbaran is like a trip ritual every single time I go to Bali. Though they only serve grilled seafood, the sauces and the seasonings ala Bali are to die for. Especially the mussels. The red sauce… oh man.
But since last year, I rarely go to the famous Jimbaran beach to have my seafood (except when I go with a group of people that want seafood by the beach, then I have no choice la.. hahaha..), I prefer to have my seafood in one particular small restaurant (or Warung). You might have passed the place before and didn’t notice it or overlooked the place, but this kind of places always gives you the best satisfaction. On my last visit to Bali, I decided to visit it again.
Continue reading Warung Mami, seafood gem in Jimbaran – Bali
It’s not that often you can say that you just eat in one of the oldest restaurant in Jakarta.
Well… I just did.
It’s called Kikugawa, and they have been known as the first japanese restaurant in Jakarta.
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She reached out her phone and scrolled down the contact list until she found one particular name.
She press the call button and wait for a few seconds before a voice answered her from the other end.
“Hello?” he answered.
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“So why don’t you go alone?” | “Really? Why did you go alone??”
That’s the common questions people usually ask me before and after I decided to do something alone like watching a movie alone, eating alone, or even traveling alone. I always answer with, “Alright!” for the first question, and answer with, “Why not?” for the later.
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As an Indonesian, I’m a fanatic for a rice dish combined with soup or something similar. And here I am still remembering the taste of Nasi Gandul, one of Indonesia’s local dishes from Pati, East Java. It’s quite similar with a goulash or a braised beef kind of dish, poured onto white fluffy rice. Yum!
Continue reading Nasi Gandul Ibu Endang, a humble dish from Pati, East Java.
“What do you wanna eat?” | “Hmmm… Street food?”
This particular one takes place next to St. Theresia Church at Menteng. If you live in Jakarta, Indonesia and you often hang out in Sarinah or Menteng areas, you might have driven or walked pass this place a few times. I, too, didn’t notice it before, until my friend brought me there a couple years back. I’ve been coming back to eat there ever since then.
Continue reading Nasi Gila Theresia, Street Food’s Hidden Gem
I was introduced to Big Bang Theory around two years ago by my friend. We were hanging out in her house and she put on the big bang theory old season DVD and we just randomly watched it. I was hooked! Heard about the show before, but I thought it was one of those weird comedy shows with crisp jokes. I know. My bad. I wasn’t that smart back then. Hahaha..
Continue reading “Yes, My Accent is Real”, another side of Kunal Nayyar.