Mi Casa Es Tu Casa: Maison Secrete AirBnB, Bandung

October 8, 2018

Not too far from Secretish Place, one of the most beautiful AirBnB in Bandung, the owner Prabowo build his second AirBnB named Maison Secrete. Everything is personally picked by him to give you a different vibe than his first BnB. The ‘Maison’ finished with a touch of Moroccan’s house style. Not like any basic Ikea style & basic bnb, Maison Secrete offers you a different and surely interesting concept. Moroccan Style Home Maison Secrete is a feast for your eyes. Their…

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Being Morning Person: Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo

September 5, 2018

As recommended by every blog, vlog, and guides about Japan everywhere, Tsukiji Fish Market is one of the most famous fish market in Japan. They say that you have to come early in the morning to avoid it’s peak hour. So we (me, @owjend and @helenapingkan) did come at 6-ish and enjoyed the 15 mins walk from Shimbashi station. Not like usual fish market that smell like shit, you can’t smell anything bad at Tsukiji. That’s probably because what they…

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Hawaii x Japan : Honu Poke & Matcha Bar, Kemang

August 26, 2018

Honu is a poke bowl & matcha bar located in Kemang. Earlier this year they opened their second branch in Menteng. I visited the Kemang’s branch right before the lunch hours. Luckily I managed to take a bunch of pictures before the crowd comes in 😝 Here, their main dish are those one-of-a-kind dish called Poke Bowls. Poke Bowl is a Hawaiian dish that has diced raw tuna fish with soy sauce, green onions and other ingredients such as seaweed.…

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Go-to place for Roti Nogat : Kedai Roti Kobi, Jakarta

August 17, 2018

It was a fine sunday afternoon when I arrived at Kedai Roti Kobi. There’s a very long line inside their small indoor area. You will be welcomed by the cook who toast the bread which quite frankly makes you want to buy everything. I mean, they’re so tempting, and at this moment you’ll feel that you have to try them all😭 The place is kinda warm and smoky. It’s caused by the open kitchen space right after you open the…

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Keuken 9 : Delightful Discoveries

August 6, 2018

It’s that time of the year again, it’s time for Keuken, Bandung’s most anticipated food festival! This year they take us to Discover Delightful concept where they want you, the customers, to meet and interact with all the tenants like you would never do before! This year’s campaign is to tell people that even on a simplest dish, there’s a long journey behind it. And that’s the thing that we all should appreciate. Keuken 9 held at Lapangan Yonkav, around…

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Better than Ichiran: Mutekiya Ramen, Tokyo

July 16, 2018

Although there was a never ending line for MUTEKIYA RAMEN. It was worth the 30 mins wait even on a rainy day in Tokyo. Mutekiya Ramen is one of those ramen shop that only has 17 seats available at their Ikebukuro’s branch. It must be a pretty satisfying feeling for both your tummy and mind to finally eat their famous ramen especially after you’re pretty much done with queueing for a long time Unlike Ichiran where you can order through…

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Tasted : Slow Afternoon at Mister Sunday

June 29, 2018

Concrete walls, natural light, and real life plants. What more would you ask for to spend your slow afternoon this holiday? It was a public holiday in the middle of the week. A blessed Sunday-tasted Wednesday.. As we thought before, the place was super packed. But the crowd was a little bit different than Bandung’s crowd. Mister-Sunday is packed with working and meeting people, busy with their own laptop.  First of all, it’s a public holiday, well I used to…

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Tasted : Gading Serpong at it’s best, Turning Point x ±on

June 19, 2018

It was an hour of driving from Jacksen‘s current place to Gading Serpong. Didn’t expect it to be that far, but it was worth the hustle. Located at the same neighborhood as their previous place, in fact it’s just a few rukos away. From the entrance, you’ll be welcomed by a very unique interior design that combine bottles, wooden board, and various glasses. You can also tell that there’s a nice lighting inside. You won’t see any binding lights, and…

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Tasted : Everyone’s Favorite, Claypot Popo, Jakarta

June 14, 2018

I’m a sucker for the vibes that old restaurants give. From places like Kopi Es Takkie to Semarang’s Toko Oen have been my favorite since forever. Claypot Popo is one of the restaurant that serve a simple homey-dish that can take you down to the memory lane.Claypot Popo in Jalan Sabang is small, feels like a mix of old Indonesian and Chinese house that has narrow halls, decorated with chinese calendar and family photographs. They serve chinese dishes in claypots.…

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