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Bakso "So'un" And Mie Ayam Lodaya 65: For the Noodle Lovers

The place quite secluded sometimes you might missed it. But when we go there, the place was quite full. Their menu combination is quite unique. The main food is basically noodle and vermicelli and meatballs, which are tasted OK. The catch here is their delicious fried noodle (the Kriuks) which can be dipped into beef broth (both can be purchased in a very reasonable price). At the end the two of us easily eats around eight(!) bowls of foods and side orders with four glass of drink. The overall damage cost is very-very reasonable.
So, if you are asked to treat your friend for a celebration, this is one place that you should consider :). Enjoy!

The combination of mie baso and kriuk remind me of my time when I was in junior high. It was the moment when I sat with my friends on the one of canteens in our school beside the computer lab (I was attending SMPN 5 Bandung at that time) and eating the mie baso with Mamee sprinkled on the top of it and the taste of the Mamee dipped into the noodle soup was amazingly great. I guess they have the idea about the kriuk and mie baso the same like my experience with mie baso and Mamee, but they take it to the next level. Well, now the Mamee is rather hard to find except imported from Malaysia but now rarely to find.

I think this place is great for mie baso lovers everywhere that ready for new experience.

Bakso "So'un" dan Mie Ayam Lodaya 85
Jl. Lodaya No. 85 (moving to Jl. Veteran No.3)
Bandung - Indonesia
Opening hour: 11.00-22.00 Off: Monday

Montage of the restaurant

The Signage
The Menu
Bakso So'un or Vermicelli Meatball
Mie Ayam or Chicken Noodle
Fried Tofu and Pangsit
Kriuk in the soup
The Condiments
Finished Plates :P


  1. halo, thanks ya posting bakso sounnya, gue dan suami pecinta bakso soalnya. beberpa kali lewat tapi belom mampir takut gagal :p