Refreshing Lemon Juice...
(In Bandung we found them in Total Buah Segar, Setiabudi Market, and several Mor Store branches)
Opened in the mid of 2013, the restaurant is serving a fusion of Singaporean, Malaysian and Thailand cuisine
Finally, after a year of planning, we are able to set up a trip to Bali. Very excited! Alia has been mentioning about Ubud for quite some time and now this trip is about to be realized.
On 30th of April 2014, we were invited to the housewarming of the newest Nanny's Pavillon restaurant in Jalan R.E. Martadinata (Riau), Bandung.
Alia has been craving to visit this place for a while, so when the time comes to visit she was delighted
Located in the opposite side of Mamak Kitchen, the restaurant is serving traditional Indonesian Food with one particular course that are standing out: Quails
|Wait a Second, This is Not A Stewardess!|
|Dried Lotus Nut|
|End Result. Not too proud with it, but it gets us through the day :D|
|Yamien Manis + Baso|
|The Delicious Pangsit Goreng|
|Empty Plate = Happy Customer!|
|The Menu Cover. Very Interesting!|
|Toasted Bun with Kaya|
|The vendor with their stalls on the boat|
|Let's sail on a boat!|
|Our ala carte snacks!|
|Yay! Our official Name Card!|
|Their small stall on the parking lot of Griya Yogya Cibabat|
|The Es Doger|