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Review (1)
During our 3-day trip to Yogyakarta, we had tried their popular and authentic nasi gudeg dish at Gudeg Yu Djum on Jl Wijilan (Wijilan Street). This Jl Wijilan contained many gudeg restaurants, so we couldn’t bear to try another gudeg restaurant. We picked Gudeg Bu Slamet.At Bu Slamet’s, there were no other diners when we were there. We were greeted right away and asked the dish we’d like to order. We ordered nasi gudeg with egg, suwir (shredded chicken), and sambal (chili sauce). Unlike at Yu Djum’s, the lady that prepared our dish used her bare hand to pick and tear the chicken instead of using a spoon or a fork. We hoped that she had super-clean hands.Once we were done ordering, we took a seat, and the food was delivered as quick as we sat down. Bu Slamet’s restaurant was bigger than Yu Djum’s. It had chairs and tables, so guests could sit nicely. The place also had a nicer natural lighting, so we’d give it a plus.The chicken and egg were tender and sweet, similar to Yu Djum’s. The chili sauce was quite hot and good. What we found different was the gudeg (stewed young jackfruit that tastes sweet) and krecek (spicy stewed beef skin). Bu Slamet’s gudeg was still sweeter and drier to gudeg we usually have in Jakarta, but it tasted less sweet compared to Yu Djum’s. The krecek tasted plainer and less hot than Yu Djum’s. Overall we think Bu Slamet’s gudeg was less tasty than Yu Djum’s, so it would appeal more for customers not liking the strong taste of this Yogyakarta gudeg dish. Bu Slamet’s and Yu Djum’s pricings were more or less the same.Nasi gudeg with shredded chicken, egg, and chili sauce, Rp 12k continue reading
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