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Jakarta Indonesia

Froggy

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I've always seen roadside stalls like this all over the places, once evening these will spring out everywhere so far have not tried it until tonight cos I was with my staff



This is very typical place Indonesians go for dinner



So was on the way back from Bandung and decided to stop for dinner at about 8.45pm. There were two row of stalls and decided to have Nasi Uduk and Seafood so ordered from two stalls.

[video=youtube;TD7E-gxEJCE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TD7E-gxEJCE[/video]



This is nasi uduk the equivalent of our nasi lemak


The three dishes ordered from nasi uduk stall, ayam goreng (sambal was really great)


Cat fish or ikan lele goreng


Tahu and tempe goreng


The following 3 dishes from seafood stall, kangkong


Ikan bakar


This is like our lala but they deep fried it first then saute, taste great too
 

Froggy

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Went out for a morning walk this morning and took a few pics with my iPod.

Northern Jakarta - Pantai Mutiara



Baywalk Mall


Regatta Condo from the road leading to it


Private wafts


2 new houses




 

Froggy

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I had posted nasi uduk here before, its coconut rice like our nasi lemak. In Jakarta, there are two very popular stalls one in Manga Dua the other in Pasar Bahru.

Went to the Pasar Bahru for the very first time this evening.

[video=youtube;kWorL17cZK4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWorL17cZK4[/video]

The stall




Order the dishes at the counter




This is what we ordered


The owner and the cooking area


The sambal and peanut sauces


Black pomfret


Tahu and chicken inards


Sotong


Tempeh and beef


Fried chicken


Kangkong


Nasi uduk


 

Froggy

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Took a two time-lapse videos and joined them together, not a good one cost got movement will do a better one with longer setting and more sturdy next week -

[video=youtube;9smkvtwzTbE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9smkvtwzTbE[/video]
 

Froggy

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Jakarta street food seafood

At PIK (Pantai Indah Kaput) northern Jakarta


Sauces - sambal


Brinjal stir fried with fermented soya bean (tao-jiu)


Petai with sambal balacan


Bamboo clams


Lala


giant prawns


Ikan kwe bakar


All the above with 2 large coconuts for $27 - nice food, nice atmosphere and cheap food
 

eatshitndie

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It is a nice concept to see a tray of food on the table and pay what you eat. What are they going to do with the uneaten food? Reuse the uneaten food on a new tray for the next new table?
my saliva droplets can reach all 4 corners of a dining table when i speak. this tray will definitely capture multiple droplets of my dna.
 

Froggy

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Last week at a Bakasi restaurant for lunch Pak Jo, what a nice name for a restaurant



BBQ Chicken


BBQ rib (beef)


Kangkong terasi


Special gadogado from that area


Tofu stuffed with fish


Gurame, the sambal at the bottom is hot, really hot, shiok


 

Froggy

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Breakfast with colleague in Jakarta market



Coffee small cup is bloody $1 and teh porridge more reasonable $2.40

Char Kway Teow is $3 but lots of prawns and lap-cheong

 

Froggy

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Nasi Padang restaurant for lunch yesterday









So many dishes ended up eating only seven and a half plates of dishes, the half is took one piece of chicken the other return
 

Froggy

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First time having Spanish in Jakarta. Name of restaurant is Plan B, behind Mulia Hotel.





The restaurant


Sangria


Cold cuts


Prawn


Octopus


Paella




Verdict, its very authentic and delicious and worth going
 

Froggy

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When traveling in Jakarta and longing for Cantonese food can try their Duck King. It's like our Crystal Jade. Most major malls will have one. As the name suggest their roast duck is great. Always crispy on the skin and moist the meat. Comes in Singapore prices so don't be surprise.

Simple meal, wonton noodle, it's very nice


and a quarter duck


about $20
 
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