--> Aswin and Alia's Food Journey: June 2011

Mamak Kitchen: A Fusion of Singaporean, Malaysian, and Thailand Cuisine

Opened in the mid of 2013, the restaurant is serving a fusion of Singaporean, Malaysian and Thailand cuisine

Bali (Culinary) Trip in March 2014

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.

Welcome Home: Nanny's Pavillon Housewarming

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.

Caffe Bene: Korean Coffee Shop in Bandung

Alia has been craving to visit this place for a while, so when the time comes to visit she was delighted

Warung Sangrai: Real Indonesian, Eat With Their Bare Hands!!

Located in the opposite side of Mamak Kitchen, the restaurant is serving traditional Indonesian Food with one particular course that are standing out: Quails


Ministry of Coffee: Coffee with The Taste of Yogyakarta









Bebek H. Slamet in Yogyakarta: Asli loh!

I didn't know whether this duck is the original one or not, but my testimonial is VERY GOOD! So, if it's the same with the one in Solo, then I don't doubt it, but if it's different then the one in Solo must be VERY VERY GOOOOOOD. :) But, I have tasted Bebek H. Slamet in Bandung that was located in Jalan Supratman and I was quite disappointed because the duck wasn't as good as what people told me to. Well, after I tasted this one, my assumption is that the one in Jalan Supratman Bandung not the original one. But, maybe I was wrong, maybe my tongue that time was rather numb, or something else who knows.

This Bebek H. Slamet is located in Jalan Kolonel Sugiyono, Yogyakarta. The place is near the Pa-ris (Parangtritis), Brigjen Katamso, and Kolonel Sugiono intersection. You can reach it with Trans Yogya and stop at Joteng Wetan bus stop.