Sop Buntut Goreng Special + Nasi + Sumsum IDR 37K
After I tried the soto, I was quite skeptical about the soup so I didn’t expect much. WRONG! The sop really impressed me like, totally, because of its tastiness. The oxtail was very satisfying too. And for an oxtail soup like this, I won’t even complain if I have to pay for IDR 70K and up, seriously.
Soto Campur IDR 24K
This soto menu is quite cheap because it contains of usus, babat and kaki, also meat. And I loveee soto with organs so this is a must try. The organs were perfectly cooked and they were not smelly at all. Very soft and easy to eat.
Sop Buntut Special + Nasi + Sumsum IDR 36K
This was my order and I was super satisfied with my choice!! The soup was fantastic, added with some spoonful of sambal and sweet soy sauce, it was gone in no time! Loved the oxtail more than the fried ones, these ones have the stronger taste and softer meat, extremely good!
Kopi Susu IDR 3K
This is what I miss so much about eating in street stalls, the kopi supir (driver’s coffee). This kopi susu is just black coffee still with the coffee powder in the bottom, mixed with certain amount of condensed milk. Love!
Es Buah Campur IDR 10K
I didn’t even expect it would be THIS good. The bowl isn’t big but it was practically jammed by fruit slices. Avocado, banana, dragon fruits, you name it. And for that price, I won’t even complain.
Thanks to my brother-in-law who always asked me to try this stall so now I know there is one particular place that I can always go whenever I crave for soto or sop. But well, after visiting this stall, it just hit me that sometimes all I need is to go exploring more about street stalls rather than fancy restaurants. Because in the end, the most authentic food everywhere is usually found in the street stalls, don’t you think so? 🙂