Most ppl in Bandung will suggest u to try this place. I wasn't so sure what's so special about it till I actually got there. I was so impressed. The place is like a forest... a more nicely arranged forest n everything here blends together. Everything is so green...n there're also weird looking plants around this place. The eating area consists of numerous huts of various sizes, located all over. You can choose huts with the hill view, streams or even waterfall.
The place is open for lunch n of course dinner. I was there for lunch. Ppl say the place is even marvellous during dinner. They said its so romantic at night...well, perhaps on the next visit.
Favorite Dish: I haven't tried all of the dishes. I had this 'gurame bakar with sambal kicap n steam rice'... really nice. Gurame is a type of fish...they gave me a quite big size gurame.
I supposed going here is more for the atmosphere n the ambiance rather than the food. However, I enjoyed both...its ambiance n also the food. Most importantly for a place like this...I was so surprised that the food prices were very reasonable. So, Kampung Daun is really a must place to go in Bandung.
It's just a typical food court...except everything here is served almost freshly cooked. When they send food to you...their still hot. Most importantly...the place is clean, service is fast n prices very cheap.
To those spending time at Pasar Baru Bandung...you might consider having lunch here n then continue shopping.
Favorite Dish: My favorite food was its Nasi Timbel...a sundanese food. Drinks I love was es jeruk...it's Indonesian style of orange juice...really tasty.
This trendy coffeeshop is popular among students and the youth in bandung. What they offer is mostly the same as common coffeshops, but I love the atmosphere, the minimalist interior design, and the trendy visitors. There's also a small library and an art galery. Last but not least its most def cheaper than STARBUCKS!! ^__^
Favorite Dish: Iced Choco Chip Cookies
Favorite Dish: Gurame fish is always something I look forward to whenever visiting Indonesia. I was first introduced to this fish at Kg. Daun...also in Bandung during my first trip there. Never come across this fish in Malaysia, maybe it has a different name here...will check that soon. Anyway, my first gurame fish was grilled, the second one I had it in Bali...it was a big deep fried gurame served with sambal (chili grinded with other ingredients) and the third was at Sindang Reret...it was fried gurame with green chilies. All were very tasty.
It's just a simple restaurant...very clean...fast service.
Favorite Dish: The name of the restaurant tells u the type of food serve here...'Nasi Padang'. It has plenty of dishes...I don't know their names...one thing for sure all of them taste great. Prices are very reasonable too.
if you visit bandung, make sure you have time to stop at this street vendor in pasirkaliki street. it has the best cah kangkung in the world (probably!) and various good food with extremely low prices. kangkung is leafy vegetable growin in the water. cah kangkung is a kangkung cooked with mushroom, egg quail and soft beef. it was served in a hot plate, so please becareful. everyone visit this place know that roda priangan has the best cah kangkung in bandung. i always eat there everytime i visit bandung. the rumour said that the owner of the stall pay the head chef for more than USD 1000/ month just to make sure he won't move. and if you just look from the place, which is extremely standard - located right in the pavement of a crowded street and covered with bad curtain/tent and expect no candles or comfort sit, you wouldn't believe me. but once you got in to the queue and eat the food... you understand why this very simple stall is always crowded with 'food follower'... and may be really pay the head chef for that much (in indonesia USD 1000/month is equal with a fresh graduate lawyer working as an associate in law firm) so, try it!
Favorite Dish: cah kangkung and butter fried chicken
Favorite Dish: Nasi Timbel is one of the many Sundanese food. It's a combination of steamed rice being fold and rolled in a banana leaf, fried tempe, fried bean curd, fresh vegetables (usually cucumber, tomatoes and salad), salted fish and a fried or roasted chicken (sometimes there's also grilled or fried meat available). All these will also be served with a 'sambal' (chili grinded together with other ingredients).
I have to be frank...I don't eat meat...therefore, there's no way I would this dish known as Buntut Bakar (grilled ox tail). However, my little brother whose a big fan of ox tail said its very tasty. This one is grilled and served with spicy sauce. The portion was quite big...I believe it's enough for two people.
Well, most food that is served here are local food for I didn't get the chance to explore most restaurants. Spend most of the time shopping. My children had a hard time looking for food for they are picky eaters. Unlike other restaurants, this place is different in term of their location and style. Well food are eatable because they serve verity and you can demand them to do according to your own taste and style. My kids settle to their food because of their presentation........
Favorite Dish: Ask for their Satay. It isn't hot. If you are adventurous, they serve beef, chicken, rabbit, deer meat..... Just check out with them........
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.
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.
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.
The food I had were delicious. I had Nasi Timbel, Gurame Cili Hijau (fried gurame fish with green chili) with es jeruk (orange juice). Some other dishes orded by my brother was Buntut Bakar (grilled ox tail) which he said was very tasty.
Here you can choose to dine at the usual table and chairs or you can opt to dine the traditional way...seating on a 'pangkin' (a nice wooden plank with a low table).
Sindang Reret is said to be one of the famous Sundanese restaurant in Bandung. The one I went to was at Jl. Surapati (next to Simpang Raya - a Padang food restaurant). The restaurant interior was nice...they used mainly wooden furniture there. There're also a small garden in the restaurant with a little pond. The place is clean, their staffs were very friendly and helpful.
I believe it's a special place and I would definitely recommend to others as well.
So, this is where I got to try my first Mie Baso (which is essentially beef ball noodle soup)... its not bad. It would have been even better if I didn't order all the strange bits and just stuck to the 'balls'. The air is chilly, so slurp fast if you don't fancy cold soup or dine inside.
The view was amazing. Gentle sloping hills dotted with pine trees and little cottages. Nearer to us, there were fields of flowers..... sounds grander than it actually is but it was still very charming.
Eventhough the restauant's name, translated, literally means wooden house, its bottom half is made from stone. The space for its WC is rather quaint. I felt like I was in an old European house for awhile.
I would go back here, more for the view than the food but interestingly, there are many locals here, which means you'd be getting the real deal.
Favorite Dish: They do a lot of the usual noodle dishes here. Also the normal rice and grilled chicken combo.
Journey to get to restaurant isn't so good since the road is winding and bumpy. Somehow those been there will be impressed of the place. It is located on a hill which I cannot see clearly since it was dark. The best time to be here is at nite.
Favorite Dish: Try soup bontot and ikan berdiri(standing fish), pecal(mix vege with peanut sos- only for those can stand hot spicy stuff).