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Well-spent Afternoon at 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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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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Tasted : Nostalgia at Kedai Tjikini, Jakarta

February 11, 2018

The area of Cikini has the most nostalgic atmosphere that everyone probably can feel everytime they passed by the Cikini Raya Street. Wide range of entertainment such as fine dining restaurant, Taman Ismail Marzuki (cultural and science center), up to Jl Surabaya flea market are available for you to enjoy while you’re there. About all the things that you can find in Cikini, Kedai Tjikini is one of the Café that keep the nostalgic feeling in their restaurant. From the…

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A hope / farewell to Pasar Santa, Jakarta

October 19, 2017

Remember Pasar Santa that was super hyped like 1-2 years ago? Well a month ago I paid a visit there and find out that they’re struggling to keep their business going. Well of course with the success of Pasar Santa, there’s obviously envious people, and in this case, the owner’s of the stall being a jerk and raise the price of the rent on his own term. Most of the sellers decided to left Pasar Santa. And now, Pasar Santa…

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