It’s amazing that Jembatan Lima has so many food stalls and kiosks that serve authentic Pontianak or Kalimantan cuisine. One of them is Nasi Campur AFA Kalimantan. There are many options of nasi campur (Chinese mixed rice) on this street, such as Yung Yung 99 and Acong 36 [it’s funny how Chinese like to include lucky numbers in its brand name], but I read from reviews that AFA offers the best one. You can easily notice the bright orange and yellow colour when you pass Jl. Krendang Raya.
I rearranged the plating. I enjoyed eating every composition of this nasi campur, including the “sayur asin” (salty veggie), the soup that tastes like “Ang Kak” (Red Goji) chicken broth with a touch of ginger, and the Pontianak style “sambal terasi” (chilli paste).
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Nasi Campur = IDR 27.000
Soybean milk = IDR 5.000