All about food in this series of Indonesian blogs. So hope you guys enjoy it. Octie Appetie.
This time I picked one restaurant that got mixed between Indonesian and Chinese cuisine. Apparently, you can find heaps of restaurants in Surabaya that influenced or combined with Chinese flavour in their cooking.
|Left: Es Sirsak (Soursop) Rp.12,000 (about $1.20) and Right: Es Jeruk (Orange Juice)|
|Avocado Jade - Avocado Juice Rp. 16,000 (about $1.65)|
|Kodok Saus Inggris (Frog with Worcestershire Sauce) Rp. 57,500 (about $5.90)|
|Bebek Panggang (Roast Duck half) Rp. 52,500 (about $5.40)|
|Sapo Tahu Seafood (Tofu and Seafood Hot Pot) Rp. 50,000 (about $5.15)|
|Tim Ikan Ala Bawang Putih (Steamed Fish with Garlic and Soy Sauce) Rp. 55,000 (about $5.70)|
When you taste the flesh, you can tell straight away that this fish was extremely fresh but unfortunately that good flesh spoilt by an overpowering load of fresh garlic. Too much until it killed the other flavour, only garlic that I could taste. What a shame!!!
Golden Jade Restaurant
Citywalk Blok FT-16
Pakuwon Trade Centre
Stay tuned for the next blog in Surabaya:
Culinary Journey - Indonesia (Part 6)