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Katjapiring: The Melting Pot of Flavors and Cultures

A common tradition in our family is having a dinner session together in a restaurant every Saturday/ Sunday night. This is the the opportunity for all family members to chat and have an intimate discussion, with added bonus for us is to try new venues around Bandung.

Today we tried the Katjapiring restaurant. It is not actually a new restaurant, as we have try them in PvJ somewhile ago. But since they reopened a new restaurant in Jalan Ciliwung, we have not have the chance to try them yet. Until now...

The restaurant is conveniently located in Jalan Ciliwung, just near the intersection with Jalan Bengawan. The design is colonial and good looking. Really interesting concept they have here.

We ordered several menu from the restaurant. Dad ordered the Mie Godog Jawan Suwiran, while the rest of us ordered foods that we shared together. Among the item, the most interesting food that we tried is their fried fish nyonya style. Very delicious and highly recommended if you ever attended the restaurant again. Yum!


Katjapiring | Malay & Peranakan Cuisine
Jalan Ciliwung No. 9
Bandung 40114
Phone: +6222 7236689
Twitter: @katjapiring
Instagram: KatjapiringID
Facebook: Katjapiring Bandung
Email: allora.pr@gmail.com

Their Logo

Es Lemon Kasturi & Es Kacang ABC

Milo Crunch

Pisang Goreng Harum Manis

Rujak Pengantin Tempoe Doeloe

Floured Calamari

Mie Godog Jawa Suwiran

Roti Jala and Chicken Curry

Fried Fish Nyonya Style


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