Bengkulu Restaurants

  • A comfortable space to hang out
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    Sembam Ikan Marola: Try The Fresh Local Seafood

    by adriansyah Updated Dec 13, 2014

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    Seafood fans should head straight to the fine “Sembam Ikan Marola” on Jalan Pariwisata Pantai Berkas – Bengkulu(around 10 minutes walk from Horison hotel to Berkas beach). Marola serves a good range of local dishes, fresh drinks and tasty seafood at reasonable prices. It has quite specious space, clean and quiet rooms with fine view over the Berkas beach.

    Marola will have peaks during lunchtime hours (12:00 -13:30) and dinner hours (18:00 - 20:00). I recommend that you make a reservation in advance.

    Hours:
    Open 7 days a week, 11 am to 10:00 pm. Marola is closed on Eid al-Fitr.

    Try this Nice crab with hot sauce Tasty shrimps
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    Coffee Zone Bengkulu: Good coffee and a comfortable space to hang out

    by adriansyah Updated Jul 13, 2014

    Here’s another addition to the nice cafes in Bengkulu.Unless you live in the area, you probably don’t know about this little cafe that is all about good coffee and quality food. Coffee Zone offers a wide variety of beverages to suite all tastes, whether you're looking for a simple but delicious cup of coffee or an iced lemon tea. During the day, it’s a place to relax, meet, read and think. Check out the prints of photography art and cool t-shirts for sale while sipping your coffee.

    Favorite Dish: My pick: Chicken tortilla and Rum Raising Coffee are awesome. They are worth every penny!!

    A comfortable space to hang out Check out the prints of photography art My fav chicken tortilla All about good coffee and quality food Nice flavor, wonderfully creamy, frothy texture
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    Saimen: A place to retreat from the heat for a cold drink

    by adriansyah Updated Apr 24, 2014

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    A clean western-themed restaurant serving tasty Indonesian dishes, a variety of pastries, as well as beef burger, popular with local families and teenagers. Open 09 am – 10 pm, 7 days a week. Mains from Rp. 12,500. It is a good place to retreat from the heat for a cold drink, a good selection of Indonesian food and some European dishes.

    Favorite Dish: My pick: Kangkung noodles and cold cappuccino.

    Saimen Bengkulu Dinner at Saimen with fam Our pick: Kangkung noodles Suitable for family gathering Bon app��tit !!
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    Bakso Arema Cak Brewok: The Best Bakso In Town

    by adriansyah Updated Nov 14, 2013

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    Travelers with a taste for tasty Javanese bakso (meatball soup) should head to Bakso Arema Cak Brewok on Jl. Mahakam Lingkar Barat – Bengkulu. Warung bakso Arema Cak Brewok is simple, clean, open air eatery serving excellent eastern Javanese meatball soup, cold soft drinks and icy fresh fruit juices locally known as “es juice” (Rp. 6,000). A bowl of bakso cost Rp. 12,000 or US$ 1.20

    According to many serious bakso fans, bakso Cak Brewok is considered the best bakso in town. It has a reputation for serving tasty bakso better than anyone else in Bengkulu. As this place is often packed with bakso fans, the food is cooked and eaten quite quickly and is not reheated. Come and have some!!

    Favorite Dish: I love the bakso with crispy fried bakso, it only can be found in Bakso Arema Cak Brewok and its official branches in Bengkulu province.

    Try this one - Bakso Arema Cak Brewok Very tasty one - Bakso Arema Cak Brewok It is often packed with bakso fans Bakso Arema Cak Brewok Bengkulu Having a reputation for serving tasty bakso
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    Bak Mie Surabaya: Sampling some local dishes

    by adriansyah Updated Jun 1, 2012

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    A small and simple night warung (food stall) “Bak Mie Surabaya” serves tasty and cheap Indonesian dishes like fried rice, Magelangan, fried noodles, kwetiau, capacay. Mains from Rp. 11,000 to Rp. 13,000. The warung is clean and ideal for sampling some noodle dishes.

    There are other tens of night roadside food stalls just off Natadirja street, Mahakam street and Sutoyo street that serve up fresh and pretty cheap Indonesian meals like fried rice, bakso (meatball soup), tekwan, pempek (a mixture of sago, fish and seasoning that is formed into balls and deep fried and served with a spicy sauce), fried noodles, chicken wonton soup, nasi uduk, sate and etc for around Rp. 10,000 – Rp. 15,000 (less than US $ 2).

    Favorite Dish: I like the fried rice. It's tasty

    Sampling local dishes Bakmi Surabaya Waris Mandiri - Bengkulu Capcay Bakmi Surabaya Waris Mandiri Dodi is having dinner at Bakmi Surabaya
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    KFC: American fast food

    by adriansyah Updated Jan 4, 2012

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    KFC is located at Suprapto shopping complex (jl. Suprapto) nearby the Jamik mosque, serves up mostly American fast food. It is open from 08:00 am to 22:00 pm all week including Sundays. It is comfortably air-conditioned and is the most famous American fast food restaurant in town for the locals. Most food is tasty and prices are reasonable, dishes from Rp. 10,000.

    Favorite Dish: I love to have some twisters, friend chicken and Pepsi cola. They are very tasty.

    Adrian & Fam at KFC Bengkulu Look at us!!! Having dinner at KFC Famous American fast food restaurant in town Enjoy!
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    Buffet Kubang: Try Martabak Kubang in Bengkulu

    by adriansyah Updated Jan 4, 2012

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    Buffet Kubang on Jl. Sudirman (nearby Jamik Mosque) is the right place for people who like spicy food to try Egyptian Martabak filled with vegetables and beef served with sweet chili sauce (Rp. 10,000 – Rp. 15,000 for one portion). Buffet Kubang also serves nasi goreng (fried rice) for Rp. 10,000 which less spicy than martabak. Soft drinks are available too.

    Favorite Dish: I love to have nasi goreng (fried rice) and coffemilk, it's cheap and it is really good.

    Martabak Mesir Kubang
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