I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Yogyakarta is an impressive treasure trove of food. On my most recent trip to the city, even though it’s perhaps the 6th time I went there, I still discovered new, hidden culinary gems that my taste buds haven’t sampled before. So I decided to compile […]Read more "Where to Eat in Yogyakarta Part II – Yogya’s Local Culinary Hidden Gems"
Tangerang, Banten. Maybe some of you have never even heard of this city to begin with. As a lesser known sister to Jakarta comprising of several different independent neighborhoods, it is not exactly a place to enjoy your holiday. But, as a city filled with numerous universities and secondary schools and home to a lot […]Read more "Where to Eat in Tangerang"
When it comes to dining, I’ve never been a fan of high-end restaurants because I’ve found that most of them usually offer overpriced food in tiny portions. However, when my sister wrapped up her first fashion show last month and we were looking for a place to dine and celebrate while being dressed to the […]Read more "Portable – Whiz Prime Kelapa Gading"
From spending my entire life so far in Indonesia, I’ve grown so accustomed to having Indonesian food that I sometimes take them for granted. But after shooting a video with my friends of people from outside the country tasting and reacting to them, I realized one thing: there is so much diversity and a lot of […]Read more "Top 10 Indonesian Food You Need to Try"
If there’s one thing that a lot of Indonesians can agree on, it’s that Semarang, the capital of Central Java is home to some of Indonesia’s greatest culinary treasures. From crispy and savory lumpia to the sweet and toffee-like wingko babat, Semarang’s local dishes are undeniably some of the best tasting in Indonesia. But apart from the dishes […]Read more "Semarang’s Best-Kept Culinary Secrets"
One of the most popular places to eat in Yogyakarta is the House of Raminten in Malioboro. The place is owned by Hamzah Hendro Sutikno and named after the drag queen he played on a TV show. Famous for its Javanese dishes served at a very low price, traditional Javanese interior, and shows featuring Yogyakarta’s drag […]Read more "The Other Place of Raminten"
Over the past couple of years, Bandung has gained a reputation as one of the foodie capitals in Indonesia. With plenty of street food selections, innovative cafes with East-meets-West style, and Chinese restaurants serving from way back when, trying to decide where to eat when you’re there can be quite a challenge because frankly, everything […]Read more "Where to Eat in Bandung"