Monday, March 21, 2011
Spicy and Seductive Indonesian Traditional Food
There's nothing like going to the traditional food of Indonesia. Once you have completed your week with local food and fast enough, or has spent a month eating Fairs in Europe and worldwide among the many restaurants located throughout the island, is the time to visit the One authentic restaurants with traditional cuisine of Indonesia in Singapore. I think the word I would use to describe the food must be "flavor."
It 's just exploding, and the explosion of salty flavor that I feel every time you bite into a well-prepared meal in Indonesia. I just can not say no to a meal well prepared "rendang", there's nothing like a coconut sauce heavy and almost melts in your mouth pieces of meat that has accompanied a perfect complement to a bowl of fragrant rice accompanies it. The meat is tender and the dose has always been known for being very generous. Are no slouch when it comes to their chicken, or roasted or grilled, they released their forms taste a variety of spices and peppers, which is doing an excellent dining experience. The meat just melts in bone, and spices and chilli, which they use are simply wonderful, every bite tastes of the outbreak. Then how can we forget the "telur Tahu, one of the signature dishes of traditional cuisine of Indonesia.
Skyscraper deep fired tofu egg batter, adorned with vegetables and spices and served with sweet sauce. It 'also "Garang Asam, which is a traditional fish soup that is a collection of spices, like lemongrass, chills and spices such as ginger, and a variety of selected spices. Beware of "Bumbu Sate Bebek and Babi, mostly Indonesian version of the popular 'satay' is everywhere in Singapore. I do not think there is enough space in this article to me a list of all major Indonesian food that you can try one day.
From appetizers, entrees and even desserts like "Kue Pepe" and "Lapis Surabaya, there are so many options you choose. And the best thing is that in all the restaurants I visited Indonesia, the service was impeccable, the staff friendly and friendly and have had bad experiences what so ever. If you are looking for a good Indonesian restaurant for lunch or dinner, and want to experience a crash course in the culture of Indonesia and some of their food taste great, I recommend going to places City and areas like Clarke Quay and the River Walk - you will find many traditional restaurants in Indonesia, where you can start enjoying almost immediately specialties.
Price range from $ 20 per person and can go much higher, but not always get value for money. Their rich spices, rich, and a variety of food, it is never "satisfied", while eating a traditional Indonesian food.