Perkedel Bondon – Bandung

Author: Chic Eater

Yup, that’s the name. For those of you who doesn’t know the meaning of Perkedel Bondon, perkedel means something like potato patties, while bondon means ehem… hooker or whore. I don’t know why they name it like that. Maybe it’s because they open at night? Or maybe because the place is located in a small street near train station where several of real “bondons” are waiting to be picked up? 😆 Who knows… Anyway, I got there around 10 PM when they just opened up. They open until they run out of their perkedels and usually all the perkedels are sold out around 2 AM. When I got there, there were already about 6 people including me, waiting for the perkedels to be fried and have it for to go. The place itself is not that clean and I was quite sceptical at first. When I got what I ordered (which is 25 of perkedels at IDR 1,500 each), I tried it right away while it’s still hot. It’s basically potato with some onions submerged in hot oil. It’s crispy and tasty. Even though I tried to hold myself as I don’t wanna eat a lot of fried stuff, I eventually put a few of them in my mouth. I’m too embarassed to count how many. And if you wanna know the end of the story, I didn’t get any diarrhea or anything, so I guess it’s not that unhygienic… 😛

Perkedel Bondon
Jl. Stasion No. 23

Price: IDR 1,000/perkedel

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Leave Your Response

* Name, Email, Comment are Required


Ranked as one of the leading Food Blogs in Indonesia

Archives of Past Culinary Trips


Subscribe to our OutEaters Blogpost and Enjoy Outeating the Urban way
Email *