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    kampung daun: jungle atmosphere restaurant

    by aalayaa Updated Nov 20, 2006

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    it's a restaurant with a peaceful and tranquile atmosphere.
    located up on the mountain on the outskirt of bandung with the road to get there full of people selling flowers.
    the restaurant is very famous and almost always full so if you come during the weekend (especially at night) probably it's not easy to get seat.
    your table is in small pavillions connecting with path with ponds and roof like trees around.
    kampung daun means village of leaves and you can really feel that way there :)

    Favorite Dish: we tried sop buntut bakar & nasi bakar sambal belut.

    the cuisine the steps street seller
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    *: Sundanese Food

    by Audrey118 Written Nov 12, 2006

    I only had several meals which are Sundanese - my impression was there is always the Gurame (tilapia fresh water fish) which they artfully slice the fish whole and deep fried it. And also lots of barbeque food like bbq sate - which was to my surprise was bbq minced fish eaten best with sweet dark soya sauce. And there was always a fried chicken which we dunk into delicious sambal - very potent. And there was also lots of steamed and then grilled again food in banana leaf - like we had pepes taufu - pepes duck egg etc. There was many variety of salad like things - which were sweetish as well. very delicious eaten with white rice, or even their red rice

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    !: Padang Food

    by Audrey118 Written Nov 12, 2006

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    I recommend for a nice meal of Padang cuisine.

    This is south Sunda food where once you are seated the waiter will bring to you many many small plates of dishes to accompany rice. You feast on the plates that you have eaten and will be charged accordingly. You can sample a variety of spicy curries - there was fish cutlets and chicken curry as well as you can orer Fish head curry. There was other stuff like fried calamari, fried chicken, steamed chicken and veggies as well. There was beef rendang as well.
    My husband also have drinks like avocad - which is blened avocado with chocolate sauce - ultra smooth and sweetish...and very filling.

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    The heritage Cafe: Have a Fruit tea or Teh botol here

    by kenari Written Sep 6, 2006

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    After Tired Shopping at the The Heritage outlet ,you can had your lunch or dinner at the heritage cafe.beside the local menu,they also had western but for me better to try the local

    Favorite Dish: sup Bontot ( Oxtail Soup ) with rice .

    The heritage cafe

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    nyonya rumah: surprisingly nice place!

    by aalayaa Written Aug 16, 2006

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    when you first see the restaurant from the front, it looks like a shop. but once you're in you'll find a nice place with pond, fish, and open area building with tables.
    the food is not bad but we love the place more than the food.
    we also love the name: nyonya rumah

    Favorite Dish: we tried nasi goreng

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    warung oneng: local sundanese restaurant

    by aalayaa Written Aug 16, 2006

    3 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    the local sundase food with traditional building.
    you can seat on normal table or on the floor with short table like the local.
    nice place, delicious food, a bit crowded with children riding tricycle in the courtyard.
    it's located on your way to of from jakarta (by toll road) if you exit from pasteur gate

    Favorite Dish: we tried gurame goreng and chicken satay, they're delicious

    food at warung oneng
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    cabe rawit: good place, good food

    by aalayaa Written Aug 16, 2006

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    nice place to eat in an open area traditional timber building.
    not far from factory outlet shops, in old colonial housing area with big trees.
    the average price of the food are below Rp 35.000
    also can be found in ciumbuleit area...

    Favorite Dish: try the extraordinary drink like: psychoberry or grand tattoo.
    for food try: Chicken Valgostana and Kulit Keju Gulung Smoked Tuna

    cabe rawit, bandung cabe rawit, bandung
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    warung lela: yummy noodle

    by aalayaa Written Aug 10, 2006

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    for noodle lovers, this place shouldn't be missed.
    everyone agrees that this is the kind of noodle to die for and the place has an awesome view to the city of bandung, especially if you sit on the terrace.
    the most beautiful time is during the night where all around you are city light.
    it's the house like building with traditional style from mostly timber.
    and the foods are very cheap!!

    Favorite Dish: yamien manis with pangsit goreng

    yamien
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  • Bakmi Mangkok Mas: Pretty good noodles

    by jamesice Written Jul 12, 2006

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    The place is a little bit small, but cozy. Owner are very friendly. They serve pretty good noodles. Somewhat similar to the famous Bakmi Gajah Mada in Jakarta. So for those of you craving Bakmi GM... this is the place to go in bandung. Oh yah.. the prices are cheap too!
    Two thumbs up!

    Favorite Dish: Basically their noodles... as ive said earlier... its similar to Bakmi GM in jakarta

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  • Street Stalls: Try this special drink

    by sherry_sn Updated Apr 20, 2006

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    You can get this special drink from most stall by the streets of Bandung

    Favorite Dish: Its call STMJ which stands for susu, telur, madu, jahe.. milk, egg (yolk), honey & ginger. Very nice specially when its hot. We tried once and we looked for it everyday!

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    Kampung Daun: Eat in Traditional Hut

    by BeeTea Written Sep 29, 2005

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    There's a amazing restaurant in the hills above Bandung called “Kampung Daun”. The restaurant is entirely outdoors, as we walk from the entrance gate , a mountain stream runs by the side and at the end we'll find a real waterfalls. Every table is a traditional little hut without walls and seat is on the floor (mattress). Cooking is done outdoors too, so you can see (and smell) each dish before ordering. There are candles covered in translucent bamboo everywhere, giving the whole place a magical and very romantic atmosphere. Prices are reasonable but the service is a bit too slow, the area is too big so it's hard to find a waiter.
    So it's better if you come here just for hang out and chat and enjoy the ambiance.
    But never come on weekend, the traffic is totally stuck and the seat is full.

    Favorite Dish: Nasi Goreng Kampung

    back to nature restaurant
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    888 Restaurant: Great Oxtail Soup! Nice Nasi Timbel Special

    by chanta Updated Mar 21, 2005

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    The resto is located just opposite of Bandung Railway Station. And surrounded by various hotels from low to moderate rates.The place itself is really nice, the most important thing, this is a very very clean restaurant!

    Favorite Dish: Oxtail Soup, Ribs Soup, Nasi Timbel Special (Local Set Menu), Gurame Crispy, Fresh Shrimp, are a must to try...
    They made them by special recipe consist of local fresh herbs... That's made the taste sooo unique! I cant tell you how unique, better you try it on your tongue yourself... :)

    888 Oxtail, Ribs, and Shrimp
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    Atmosphere: Romantic outdoor dinner

    by traveldream Written Mar 15, 2005

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    The atmosphere of this restaurant is very nice. You can either sit inside near the live piano performance on the ground floor, or at the lesehan section upstairs, or at the balcony, or outdoors beside the pond.

    The food and drinks are soup, steaks, chicken cordon bleu and the like, cakes, ice cream, tea, juice, cocktails, etc.

    At the balcony
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    Sam's Strawberry Corner: Light Food & Drink After Shopping

    by traveldream Written Feb 3, 2005

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    Located in a corner in front of Uptown factory outlet, this place is for you to stop after you shop along the Dago road.

    Eat some light food like 'mie bakso' (noodles with meatballs) or siomay (fish cakes served with peanut sauce), and drink the fresh strawberry juice (+milk if you like) or Cappuccino Blast.

    You can also buy strawberries for a low price. There are also many types of snacks you can buy to bring home.

    Try the cheese cake.

    Favorite Dish: Mie bakso and Cappuccino Blast.

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    SUIS: Steak - Good and Cheap

    by traveldream Written Feb 3, 2005

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    This is where you can eat good steaks for a cheap price. This steak house is also a butcher - they sell meat during the day.

    When you go to have dinner on a Saturday night, be aware that there will be a waiting list because many people go there as well.

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