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Tasted : No Branch in Singapore: Sab X2, Bangkok

February 18, 2018

Platinum Mall and Pratunam Traditional Market is a must destination for tourist who want to do wholesale shopping while in Bangkok. But there’s a catch. When you’re there, don’t forget to taste the hyped SAB X2’s Wonton Noodle! The noodle stall located at Soi 19 (Street 19), across Platinum Fashion Mall. The kiosk opens at 9am, and it was already full of people when I arrived around 10.30am. It’s quite close too, around 15 minutes walking from Platinum Mall. I…

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Tasted : Old But Gold, Kopi Es Tak Kie, Jakarta

January 28, 2018

After twice failed to taste their Iced Coffee because I was too late, I finally get a chance to tried the legend ES KOPI TAK KIE. The very narrow alley packed with tons of people selling all kind of foods, fruits, chinese medicine, basically anything. Pretty much not really a nice place to have a slow morning. Especially me who definitely not a traditional market person, a bit annoyed. When I arrived there at 11.30 am. Kopi Es Tak Kie,…

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Tasted : Lokasi, Dago Bandung

January 18, 2018

With its workspace x coffee shop concept, Lokasi gives you a super cozy workspace to get your shits done. They also have a nice interior and outdoor area and make an insta-worthy photo for your feeds. Its indoor is nicely decorated with all-concrete materials with stuffs like the asthrays and even the pots. The place is so rich in natural light. If you fee like opening up your laptop, you might want to do it indoor, the outdoor area seems…

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Keuken 8: Reclaim The Street, Eat!

August 19, 2017

If you have never been to Keuken, you probably miss one of Bandung’s most fun food festival! We’re so excited for this event as their previous event was very good both in satisfying our tummy, and with their anti-mainstream concept that they actually brought every year. And this year, they held it at golf course opting Ingredients Garden Theme. Their campaign wants to inform us that we can subtitute rice to healthier option like cassava and nuts.   As soon…

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