My friend took us to a quite recently opened cafe with Nazi theme: Soldaten Cafe. According to the waiter, “Soldaten” means “soldier” in German. I had a horrifying moment there, as we sat on the upper floor with glass rooftop while it was raining quite hard, thunder and lightning came unexpectedly. I have to admit that the concept of this cafe is one of a kind, but it is not the kind of cafe I’d go over and over again.
My friend from Bandung took me to his favourite yamien shop. The store looks very simple and old, with a cart outside and plastic chairs inside. The menu is also very condensed, as you can only choose either sweet or savoury noodle, with additional baso (meatball), bakso goreng (fried meatball), pangsit kuah (dumpling soup), or pangsit goreng (fried wonton skin).
Bakso Goreng (Fried Meatball)
Although it is a street food vendor; surprisingly, the quality of service here is like in a 5-star hotel. The owner’s daughter refilled our glass of tea whenever it is almost empty.
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Cappuccino = IDR 23k
Banana Struddle = IDR 25k