As I mentioned before in my previous blog, that you could get hell lot of food from a simple snack to a serious gourmet meal in the malls in Indonesia. Especially for this Surabaya Town Square or locals say Sutos mall. I don't recommend this place for a shop alcoholic but definitely a great place for food maniac. As they have more restaurants and food stalls than the shopping shops in Surabaya. Today we landed in this food court like place, called D'kampoeng. What I mean is, in this food court they have ranged of stalls selling different type of food specifically for traditional Indonesian cuisine. First when you walk in to the food court, they will give a stamp card (like we normally get from Yum Cha restaurant), browsing along the stalls and you can order whatever you like and as much as you want, then they will stamp on your card for that purchasing, then simply grab your seat and when your food is ready they will serve it to your table. Very simple!! (no need to pick up the food by yourself), and at the end just bring your card to the cashier next to the exit door for the bill and hopefully not damaging your wallet to much. Nahh!! I don't think it would anyway, the food price here are pretty reasonable and so worth it.
|Nice and classic Indonesian-style decoration|
Not only providing a classic Indonesian favourites, but with their decorations is kinda bring you to feel like you actually having a street food with most of the stalls displaying the food in their original and traditional cart that they use out there on the street.
|Cart for selling Soto Ayam|
|Es Jeruk Nipis (Ice Lime) and Es Sinom (Tumeric drink)|
|Nasi Ayam Penyet|
|Soto Ayam 'Pak Sadi'|
Surabaya Town Square (Sutos)
Jalan Adityawarman, Surabaya
Keep on reading the next blog still in Indonesia:
Culinary Journey - Indonesia (Part 3)