Author: Posh Eater
Siomay, Bakso, Rujak and other Indonesian hawker food in a cute-full ac restaurant, who could resist the idea. Although the interior is very simple ,they managed to get it quite cozy especially for those who like to take their time and take advantage of the free Wifi.I also like how they separate the smoking and the non smoking area. It’s a rarity for a tiny cafe such as this one. For the food itself,I think it’s nothing to brag about.
Siomay Porsi (IDR 28.000): Indonesian steamed fish dumpling with tofu and steamed potato served in peanut sauce. The fish cake is soft but I couldn’t really taste the fish in there. It’s just average and I can’t say it was the best I’ve tasted.
Mie Ayam Komplit (IDR 30.000): Yellow egg and wheat noodle topped with shredded chicken, served with bakso (beef meatballs soup) and Pangsit Goreng (fried wonton). The noodle was overcooked for my liking and needed more seasonings.
Mie Kocok (IDR 28.500): Bandung West Java’s noodle soup that’s literally means ‘shaken noodle’. It’s an all-in-one beef noodle soup: noodles shaken in hot water until cooked then plunged into a deep bowl of clear, sweet beef broth. Too bad Sosijak’s version was a disappointment. The broth is bland, tasteless and the noodle was also too soft and wasn’t chewy.
Jl.K.H.Ahmad Dahlan No.32
South Jakarta, Indonesia
Phone: (021) 72798110