--> Aswin and Alia's Food Journey: February 2013

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


New Baso Tahu Vendor: Baso Tahu Lina

Got a new reference for baso tahu in Bandung... from a Jakartans! They sure know great foods of Bandung better than the natives :).
We decided to try it.
Surprisingly better than some of the vendors that we have tried.
I guess we have a new favorite food vendor in Bandung! :)


Baso Tahu Lina
Jl. Sawah Kurung
Bandung, Indonesia

Various types of Baso Tahu

Ready to eat?


Homemade Italian Pizza

Sometimes it is unbelievably easy to cook foods that usually looked hard to make. It is even especially easier if you can have it pre-made :).
For example, our pizza dough is easily purchased from Setiabudi Market. Tomato sauce? Just use the prepacked tomato sauce for spaghetti :).
All we have to do is just spread the tomato on top of the pizza dough. Add oregano, sliced sausage and shredded cheese. Put in the oven for 5-10 minutes, and viola! You have a very delicious pizza :).

Yummy! Enjoy!

Homemade Pizza

Looks delicious right? :)


Reminiscing the (Old) Romance, Bajigur at Jl. Citarum, Bandung

Back then in college, when we used to date, this is our favorite place for hang-out. No cafe, no fancy restaurant, no fast-food.
Back then, living in a college budget really makes us creative :).
Back then, the vendors selling Bajigur were plenty. Sadly, now only couple of them remained.
Back then, the bajigur and the fried snacks tasted much better (at least in my opinion).
Back then...

Bajigur & Fried Snacks

Bajigur & Fried Snacks
No specific vendors.
Can be found along Jl. Citarum Bandung. 
Be sure to look closely to the signage, as the vendor sometimes located between two different cafes.