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This is nonatukangmakan living in Pantai Indah Kapuk. I am a Student, work in Pantai Indah Kapuk. I like to hang out in Pantai Indah Kapuk, Wolter Monginsidi. Makassar, Jepang, Korea are my favorite cuisines. I also love Street Foods, Kafe, Restaurant and Seafood, Sushi, Shabu Shabu, Steak.
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So exotic and Authentic! Smile Jul 06, 2016   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Bakmi/Kwetiau | Iga | Halal | Anniversary | Kencan / Berpasangan | Kumpul Keluarga


Auntie’s Kitchen is a family restaurant that will treat your taste buds with its Kalimantan cuisine. Since the opening of Auntie’s Kitchen’s first outlet in Sunter, the restaurant has currently established two new outlets; one in Airport Hub and one in Kelapa Gading (opened on July 26th)
Nona Tukang Makan was lucky to be invited by Openrice and Auntie’s Kitchen to join the gathering hosted by both parties at Auntie’s kitchen Kelapa Gading, where I could meet new foodies friends and enjoy the restaurant’s delightful delicacies.
We were offered five dishes to be shared among a table of four people, and also two choices of drinks, including Summer Day and Peanut Butter Milkshake.
As I was not in the mood for something sweet, I opted for the Summer Day (IDR 15K++), which burst with great tanginess. So fresh!

 
Sop Iga Sapi Ala Kalimantan with Rice (IDR 50K++)

 

 
It tasted deliciously exotic and authentic at the same time. The soup was delicately tangy and savoury. It was beautiful in taste. Moreover, the meat was tender enough to ease the chewing process.
Nasi Kare ala Kalimantan (IDR 32K++)

 
A few fellow foodies said that the kare was not salted properly, but I think the broth was appropriate for my taste bud. It was not too thick, but still savoury and not underseasoned. The chicken meat and the potato were also very tender.

 

This soup reminds me of Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup). The warm broth got similar light, savoury flavour with that of Pho’s and the noodle was also similarly sleek in texture. Everything was good about this except the little toughness of the beef.
Pisang Goreng Srikaya (IDR 15K++)

 

I’m not a fan of Indonesian style fried banana, so I decided not to try one. Sorry for being picky.
Auntie’s Choipan (IDR 12K++)

 

The dish took the longest to prepare. I think we almost finished eating everything else until it was on the table. But, it was worth to wait for. The skin’s thickness was perfect, and the seasoning was excellent. It was one of the best that I’ve ever tried so far. They told me to dip it in the chilli sauce, but my tongue was too shy for the spiciness.
Once again, I would like to express my gratitude to both Openrice and Auntie’s Kitchen for hosting the event. It was nice meeting everyone. And moreover, it was fantastic to have the opportunity to enjoy such heartwarming delicacies. I’d certainly recommend my family and friends to dine at Auntie’s Kitchen Kelapa Gading.
P.s. To celebrate the opening of the outlet, Auntie’s Kitchen has decided to offer a 26% discount until the end of July! So, don’t waste your time any longer!
*Nona Tukang Makan dined as a guest of Auntie’s Kitchen. However, the opinion stated is strictly hers.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Nasi Kare Kalimantan,Sop Iga Kalimantan,Auntie's Choipan
 
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Date of Visit: Jul 02, 2016 

Spending per head: Approximately Rp50000(Lunch)

Dining Offers: Tasting Event


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Categories : Barat | Restaurant

 

 

 
From Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta, Buns & Meat is ready to please its Jakartan fans. I think by its name you have already figured out that the restaurant specialises in Burgers. Not just any burgers, but pork burgers (they do serve chicken burgers as well), which is still quite rare in Jakarta. As someone who has breathed Melbourne’s air for more than three years, hearing the word burger, made my mouth drool like a river. So, I decided to check this place out, especially when it's just a five minutes drive from the house. I have never tried Buns & Meat before in Kuala Lumpur, so I hope no one expects me to compare and contrast the Jakarta outlet with the one in KL.
Pulled Pork Fries
The fries were deliciously crunchy, and the pulled pork was incredibly tender. But, the sweetness was a tad too much for my taste bud.
Roasted Pork Belly
The pork belly was seriously crispy and seasoned enough. The pork belly did taste much better when dipped into the spicy sauce. For people who can’t handle spicy food much like myself, it can be a downside.
Awesome 3Some, consisting of one Grilled Pineapple Pork Bacon Burger with Honey Mustard, one with Cheese Sauce, and one with Grilled Prawn and Tobiko Sauce.
The pork buns were crispy and fluffy at the same time, and the patties were tastily tender! Although they weren’t flutteringly juicy, the burgers were pleasurable!
I have to say that the grilled pineapple stole my heart, and the one with cheese sauce was kind of boring in flavour. The pineapple's sweet, tangy taste made the burger more entertaining to be devoured.
And I need to complain about the prawn burger, the flavour was pleasant, but it looked nothing like the picture shown on the menu.
Overall, Buns & Meat does offer pleasurable food, but was it exceptional? I don't believe so. Even though, it is still worth to be tried.
*Nona Tukang Makan was not invited or paid by any individual or business to write this review. The opinion stated is strictly hers.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Roasted Pork Belly,Grilled Pineapple Pork Bacon Burger
 
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)


Date of Visit: Jul 16, 2016 

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 3  |  
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The Death of The Tagliollini Cry Jun 29, 2016   
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Categories : Perancis | Kafe | Restaurant | Lounge/Bar | Camilan

Crushing On: Jus De Pasteque
Crush Level: Food (2.5/5), Service (3.5/5), Ambience (4.5/5)
Date of Visit: 28/06/2016
Another newbie on the PIK area: Bienvenue Bistro Terrasse. Bienvenue (means Welcome in French) does have a very welcoming interior. It was classy, seductive, and most of all stunning. Hence, it’s not surprising to see a lot of people celebrating their special occasions at the restaurant.
To quench my thirst, I opted for the Jus de Pasteque (IDR 35K++), which is a small Jar of Watermelon juice. This juice was lightly sweet and so refreshing, but it might be a little bland for some people.
Watermelon Juice

Watermelon Juice

 
Tagliollini Beef Ear (IDR 90K++)

 
The tagliollini was overcooked (very soggy) and powered with too much vinegar. To make it worse, the beef ear was a little tough and greasy. They cooked the tagliollini to its death.
Crème Brulee (IDR 45K++)

 
Offering soft, creamy custard topped with crunchy, hardened sugar, this Crème Brulee had a highly enjoyable texture. Sadly, its flavour was disappointing. The sweetness was impeccable, but it also infused with too much bitterness.
I apologise for my straightforwardness, but the lunch was unimpressive. Other than the interior, I currently have no other reason to go back.

*Nona Tukang Makan was not invited or paid by any individual or business to write this review. The opinion stated is strictly hers.
 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Jus De Pasteque
 
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Date of Visit: Jun 28, 2016 

Spending per head: Approximately Rp180000(Lunch)

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Categories : Roti & Kue | Dessert

Flying all the way from Hongkong to Jakarta is a cheesecake shop called Cheesess Cheesecake (Gosh, it’s so hard to spell it correctly). Despite its tiny size, the shop was visually pretty. Sadly, I didn’t grab a table on that day because it was quite late, and my family needed to go home soon. So instead, we decided to take one of the cheesecakes back with us.

New York Cheese Cake (IDR 160K++)

A moist cake densely packed with cream cheese. The cheese flavour was goodly intense. Most suitable for people who idolise cheese. Considering the small cake that would only satisfy four “not actually hungry” people, the cake was a tad expensive. Even though, it did come with a lovely box.
Overall, the cheesecake’s texture was beautiful, but the cheese was too rich for me. On the other hand, my sister likes it much. So, I think it depends on the person, as we all have different taste buds. If I ever visit the shop at another time, I’d opted for the Nara Soufflé Cheesecake as recommended by Cheesess Cheesecake on Instagram.
*Nona Tukang Makan was not invited or paid by any individual or business to write this review. The opinion stated is strictly hers.

 
Pretty Box!

Pretty Box!

 
 
Takeaway Wait Time: 1 minute(s)


Date of Visit: Jun 19, 2016 

Spending per head: Approximately Rp80000

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Good Food, but not Wonderful OK Jun 27, 2016   
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Crushing On: S’mores
Crush Level: Food (3.5/5), Service (4/5), Ambience (4/5)
Date of Visit: 05/06/2016
It’s been more than a year since “Benedict” was first established by UNION group, and yet I only had a chance to visit it a few weeks ago. All individuals that I asked had nothing but compliments for this restaurant that specialises in all-day Breakfast items.
The place was almost completely occupied, even though it was only 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Luckily, I still managed to steal a table.
Being adventurous I was, I decided to order one of their non-breakfast menus, a dessert, and a drink.
Lobster Mac and Cheese (IDR 120K++)
The mac had a nice soft, chewy texture, and was infused with an explosive flavour of cheese, and topped with crusted biscuit. Too bad, the lobster was a little fishy, and something that’s both cheesy and fishy isn’t usually appetising.
S’mores (IDR 35K++)
The tart was deliciously crusty that it crumbled under the fork. The gooey marshmallow and the chocolate created a sweet masterpiece that couldn’t be refused.
And for the drink, I opted for the Zombie Plant (IDR 100K++)
This creamy drink was a strong booze with a faultless presentation.
Some people said that all Benedict’s food is wonderful, but that might be a slight exaggeration. The main that I ordered was not that good, and the dessert was enjoyable, but it’s nowhere near wonderful. Next time, I’d certainly order the breakfast menus instead.

*Nona Tukang Makan was not invited or paid by any individual or business to write this review. The opinion stated is strictly hers
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Smores
 
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Date of Visit: Jun 05, 2016 

Spending per head: Approximately Rp250000(Lunch)

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