Sunday, March 2, 2008

Urban Kitchen - Senayan City, Jakarta

Urban Kitchen is rapidly becoming my favorite foodhall in Jakarta. Meanwhile, silly tourists are put-off by the food, which according to them, is too 'sterile' and obtainable in street peddlars at a price which is 10 times cheaper.

All I can say is - screw them. Contrary to popular belief, not all street food trumps restaurant food in Indonesia. Urban kitchen rocks.

Nasi Bali
-> A cornucopia of tumeric rice served with balinese satay, shredded balinese chicken, eggs, empal, vegetable relish, and rempeyek (peanut cracker)

Sate Ayam Jogja
-> Yogyakarta-style chicken satay, served with lontong (rice cakes)

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