Socieaty Plaza Indonesia, Jakarta


Hello Abang Mpok !

This time i went to a restaurant which is located at Plaza Indonesia 1st floor, Jakarta. It’s Socieaty ! The restaurant is under Les Amis Group, that’s one of my reasons to try their food ! 😀

The atmosphere of this restaurant is looking so expensive, but homy in the same time. I went here with my old-friend, she had a week holiday from her pilot-school, so yeah i got a chance to meet her-up 🙂

Anw, these are my reviews :

FullSizeRenderDuck Leg Confit, this duck leg was not bad, the skin was so crisphy too (my fav part-ever!). However, if i compared to those restaurants that speciality in duck dishes, let’s say “Bebek Ka***o” they wins ! because they have a strong flavour than this restaurant (i’m sorry, i’m just being honest) 😦

Price for this : Rp. 195,000.

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Four Points By Sheraton Bandung

Cafe Resto Diary

Hello Foodjunkie!

On this post, we will review the hotel that was recently opened in Bandung, Four Points by Sheraton Bandung. This is a new hotel that’s located in Dago and the interior is classy and monochrome! It’s quite different from the other Hotels in Bandung that we’ve seen before.

DSC00179Bandung has a lot of hotels, but this one is the best: D This 4-star hotel is guaranteed to make your vacation in Bandung very memorable and comfortable. The location is also very strategic because there are so many places to eat around this hotel and also a lot of cafes, shopping centers and Malls.

DSC00188As soon as we arrived there, the receptionist gave us welcome drinks, Guava Juice that is really really fresh and delicious! And we also love, the interior suitable for taking photos too: P so we just enjoyed the drinks and took some photos while we wait…

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AMKC Atelier Plaza Indonesia Thamrin Jakarta


February 29th, 2016. Actually I was planning to spend the day at home, because I was so tired after going home from Bandung. But on Sunday night, I met my bestie, Hans and he asked me to join him to a new opening place in Plaza Indonesia. So, I totally forgot about my exhaustion, and I said to him, “Yes sure, I’ll join you.” Voila! AMKC Atelier.

Gourmet eatery & Handmade pastry shop located in Plaza Indonesia by chef Adhika Maxi & Pastry chef Karen Carlotta, the amazing couple chef of UNION.


Located at level 1 Plaza Indonesia, AMKC Atelier was very eye-catching with their black and white decorations. And if you haven’t realized yet, AMKC stands for the chef and Pastry chef’s names. Adhika Maxi Karen Carlotta. This Atelier was their new baby. And they must be very proud. 🙂 Well, for me, the ambiance…

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Slow cooker whole chicken

Training Wise

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  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1 tspsalt
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tsp dried thyme
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1onion, peeled and cut into large pieces
  • 2 sprigs fresh rosemary
  • 2 lemon wedges
  • 4 clovesgarlic
  • 1 large whole chicken (about 4 pounds)
  1. In a small bowl, combine the paprika, smoked paprika, salt, onion powder, dried thyme, garlic powder, cayenne and black pepper.
  2. Place the onion pieces in the bottom of your slow cooker
    Remove any giblets from the chicken and stuff it with rosemary, garlic and lemon wedges (or whatever herbs and aromatics you like).
  3. Rub the outside of the chicken with the spice mixture. If you like you can also rub some of the spices on the inside of the cavity and beneath the skin covering the breasts.
  4. Place the spice rubbed chicken, breast side down, on top…

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Hybrid Potato Curry



Bet that title got your attention 😉 since this is neither bombay potatoes or sag aloo, I couldn’t grace it with a name. It’s a great way to use up leftovers though, you would not believe how little food I had in when I made this!


About a cup steamed potatoes
2 tbsp tomato paste
200ml veggie stock
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
Crack of salt
Pinch of pepper
1/2 tsp chilli flakes
1 tbsp mild curry powder
1/2 tsp tumeric
Handful spinach
1/4 frozen peas
1/4 cup Frozen onions


1. Fry off onions for a few mins, and add peas. Cook for another minute.
2. Whisk together tomato paste and stock together and add to pan. Also add spices and simmer for 5 mins.
3. Mix in cooked potatoes and very slightly mash them.
4. Lastly, add in spinach and allow to wilt.


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Chunky Chilli

I love cooking with my kids! I believe you can never be too young to get involved in the preparation of your meals. So here's our life and their childhood... in recipes!


Chunky Chilli with wedges… yum!

I used this from the food network kitchen as my base recipe…

I just missed out the beer and added some baked beans as I only had a small tin or kidney beans. I added extra peppers too 🙂

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Afternoon Tea FAQ’s

Marygreen Manor Blog

Marygreen Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea at the Marygreen Manor Hotel

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we know our amazing Afternoon Teas will be becoming super popular as they always do on this special day. Despite their popularity, it’s amazing the amount of people who aren’t actually aware of “Afternoon Tea Etiquette”. To keep you in the know, however, we’ve rounded up some of the best Afternoon Tea FAQ’s

  1. What should I wear? – when it comes to Afternoon Tea, dress code happens to be a frequently asked question. What should one wear on such a formal occasion? Here at the Marygreen Manor, we have a “smart casual” dress code which means while a tie isn’t required, flip flops and trainers aren’t usually encouraged. For all the ladies out there, it’s the perfect excuse to get dressed up.
  2. Can I dunk biscuits in my tea? – this is usually discouraged. In the…

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The Evolution of Ramen

Odigo Travel Blog


A typical scene in Japan: people hunched over steamy bowls, audibly slurping, united by their love of ramen. For a dish that can take days to prepare, consuming a bowl of the stuff takes mere minutes. In this short amount of time to achieve a ramen high, have you ever stopped to wonder about the dish’s history?

Pondering a bowlPondering a bowl — photo by Y_Koyuki

From its humble beginnings as a quick and cheap food for laborers, ramen has evolved into a cultural phenomenon and become a national icon of Japan. Now, all over the world, ramen’s popularity has exploded and this humble soup and noodles dish keeps drawing fans back for more.

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Hospitality Restaurant Review

SHU Food and Nutrition Society Blog

The City View Restaurant on level 12 of the Owen building is run by hospitability students practicing their cooking and serving skills to cater for the Sheffield Hallam community and the general public. Having heard such excellent reports of this, me and another course mate decided to go and try it out for ourselves, attending our favourite cuisine – Mediterranean.

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Naturally Organic Olive Oil, Vinegar & Herb Blend Products


So I am a foodie…and I love to try new foods…

This came packaged with serious care… each bottle was lovingly bubble wrapped and the herb blend came with an ice pack. It was hard to have this sitting around until I was able to buy some really good quality ciabatta bread to go with it.

Testing day 1… We started with the oils and the aged dark balsamic vinegar… I added enough oil to coat the bottom of the bowl and added about a 1/4 teaspoon of the thick dark vinegar. This stuff looks more like a syrup than a vinegar. Following that with a sprinkle of the herb blend along with some freshly ground pepper. We did this for 4 different oils…

Oil #1 is the flaming jalapeno and garlic.

The jalapeno is underlying flavor with this one and the garlic is a forerunner for the flavor. The heat…

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Incase you were or have been wondering where you can get a decent English breakfast, chicken and chips, pizza or cake, we’ve got a suggestion for you.

Having heard so much about the place, we decided on one of those days when there was free time from school and a car at our disposal, we decided to check it out.

The place: TRULY LOVELY PATISSERIE AND DESSERT Cafèsacramento estate, Calabar.

(Instagram: @trulylovelycakes)
Because it’s in an estate, it has a very cool ambience, serene and tres romantic (incase you’re wondering to take me to for a date *winks* )

We took several minutes to look around, take necessary pictures after we had ordered, of course.

Our Order arrived in about 20minutes; we had snacks while we waited. But it’s good time for small talk if you ask me.

*Zahzee: Omg! The meatpie omg*

Chakie: nah.. The sausage roll…

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One Bowl

Cysteine in Copenhagen

Today I would like to talk about One Bowl.


One Bowl is … an a.w.e.s.o.m.e concept. It is a non-profit community restaurant, or a folkekøkken in danish.

Our goal is “to establish equality through community for all people from different walks of life”.  Therefore, we do not have set price on our food and promote the pay as you feel concept. That way, we make sure that everyone can come and enjoy a proper meal, regardless of their situation.

Everyone is welcome at One Bowl. We are one community that shares love, trust, generosity and charity.

Our vision is to eradicate hunger, loneliness, and create accessible community space for everyone to share, network, and enjoy together.

If you want to know more about One Bowl, get involved, donate, feel free to check our website and to come by and say hello.

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Catatan Si Ave

NANGGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM –Indonesia’s special region located at the northern end of Sumatra covering more than 22,000 square miles. It is closed to Andaman and Nicobar Islands in India separated by Andaman Sea. Not only Baiturrahman Grand Mosque is Aceh famous of, but also dynamic Seudati and Saman dances, picturesque beaches, heterogeneous tribes and culture, and most importantly its culinary journey involving abundant herbs and spices boosted by the influences from Arab, Indian, Siamese, Malaya, Dutch and Spanish.



1. Timpan

One of Acehnese traditional sweets served in the period of Moslem holidays (Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha). Either one or two days prior to the holidays, Acehnese women will start making the dish by preparing a young banana leaf in advance as the dressing. As the ingredients are flour, banana, and coconut milk completed with srikaya for the main filling, it is no wonder that its sticky, glutinous…

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CPR for your meals

Do eat!

eat well plate image source: Health Canada




These are the essential components of each meal that work together to create nutritional, physical, and psychological balance.

CARBS: Sugars, grains, and starches – the only food fuel that your brain and other vital tissues will accept.  If you do not take in carbohydrates at meals, your body will make its own (from liver storage, protein, or fat).  If your body has to resort to this process on a regular basis, it will adapt to conserve calories by improving fat storage and possibly reducing metabolism.  For this reason, it is a good idea to include sources of carbohydrates with each meal; the trick is to keep the portion just right, because the portions that most of us are used to will most definitely lead to weight gain.

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Aroma Test Kitchen


by Nancy

You can make this vegetarian if you wish, but the best part is the minimal amount of time it takes to cook. Use your Mi Aroma and in 20 minutes (not 40!) dinner is ready; just what you want at the end of a busy day.

Choose a salsa that matches your “fire” level when assembling, then add slices of avocado and sour cream to finish.  A dinner for you or dinner for two.  Ole!

1/2 c black beans, drained and rinsed, more if not using chicken
1/2 c diced cooked chicken, divided
2 tblsp diced green chili peppers
3/4 c salsa, divided
1c shredded cheese, divided
*4 mini corn tortillas, about 4.5”
Chopped black olives, green onions, cilantro, sour cream and avocado slices for garnish

In a small bowl, mix together the chicken and diced green chili peppers.
Place 2- 3 tblsp salsa on the…

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Day 25: What are you eating today?


It is soooo cold outside! I just want to cocoon myself in my bed…

One day I posted in the Yoli Better Body System support group on Facebook what I was eating that day. It got a lot of likes, probably the most likes I ever had from one post on Facebook, haha. People were saying it was great for getting ideas for food. I still post them from time to time, and I think I’ll do it here too. Not everyday because it might get repetitive, but when I try a new recipe or have something interesting or it’s just a slow blog day lol.

Here’s what I’m eating today:

Breakfast: Passion energy drink, YES chocolate protein shake

AM Snack: 1/2 cup cottage cheese w/ ground flax, celery, natural peanut butter (crunchy!)

Lunch: Pork tenderloin seasoned with steak seasoning and rosemary, broccoli slaw w/ a little mayo and lemon…

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[Austria] Figlmüller & The most famous Schnitzel in Vienna


A restaurant explorers should not missed when visiting Vienna. One of my good friend told me since I was planning my trip that I have to come to “FIGLMÜLLER” and try “THE MOST FAMOUS SCHNITZEL”.

DSCF0294Figlmüller Schnitzel is an original recipe for more than 100 years. This menu is made by specially selected pork tenderloin. Before coating with breadcrumb, the meat should be pounding until the schnitzel measures 30 centimeters in diameter.

ร้านที่เหล่านักชิมไม่ควรพลาดถ้าได้มาเยือนกรุงเวียนนา คุณเพื่อนที่อยู่ที่นั่นย้ำนักย้ำหนาว่าห้ามพลาดร้าน “FIGLMÜLLER” เด็ดขาด และเมนูเด็ดที่ต้องสั่งก็คือ “THE MOST FAMOUS SCHNITZEL”

Figlmüller Schnitzel ของร้านนี้มีอายุเก่าแก่ถึง 100 กว่าปี ส่วนเนื้อของที่นี่จะใช้สันในของหมู หรือ Tenderloin นำมาทุบๆๆๆ จนบาง และมีเส้นผ่าศูนย์กลางถึง 30 เซนติเมตร … ใครสนใจว่าเมนูนี้มีความพิถีพิถันขนาดไหนลองไปอ่านดู ที่นี่

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Brunch at Uzzuri Deli & Bar


As a child ,I remember Sunday family brunch out was a kind of ritual, sadly the process of growing up, when we children got involved in our own interest and activity, took away this simple pleasure of family the idea of brunch out itself was super exciting and transported me to my childhood.

We headed toward the Uzzuri Deli & bar, located at the heart of city –CP. This place is really easy to locate as it’s right on the main road. It’s cute, cosy and warm with a bar upstairs. This two storey café have a very comfortable and an old world feel ambiance.


 let’s talk about food :

Our elaborate English breakfast/brunch starting from spread of cereals, fruits, crispy bacons, baked beans, to the options of various egg preparations- a whole lot of mouth-watering n comfort food.

First thing on my plate was chocolate croissant which was…

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Veggie Velo – Review

Veggie Velo is a food truck, well actually, it’s a bike that travels around and sets up in different spots in the city of Adelaide. They offer vegetarian and vegan burgers and may I just say, the BEST burgers I’ve had so far on my vegan food journey.

veggie velo

Large, refreshing, plant based burgers with SO much flavour! I’ve tried their chickpea burger which is amazing. It has vegan mayo on it, which is the best damn sauce I’ve had in my life. This pictured tempeh & pumpkin burger which is, you guessed it, also amazing. The tempeh has such a meaty texture it would please anyone!

Sometimes a nacho burger is offered on the menu that I am yet to try but I certainly have the intentions to!

The only improvement I would like to see is gluten free burger buns! They offer the burger in salad form if you…

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Pita Boss Food Truck


I’m not sure if this is just one of my hangups, or other people suffer from the same malady, but I envision food trucks as having exciting, gourmet, creative offerings. Pitas or salads, well, just sound too pedestrian to me and so I never got too jazzed about the idea of a food truck that just purveys these items. I can just go down the street to Pita Pit, Panera, etc. to get something just the same in a relative amount of time. But, alas, food trucks are the vehicle of convenience, so I wasn’t about to pass up the opportunity to forego fighting traffic and fending off odd stares at a female eating alone on her lunch hour.

The Pita Boss offers up some of your favorite, old-standby pitas/wraps/salads in pita form. They’ve chosen clever names for their entrees – all reminiscent of “bosses” of our historical past. As…

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Greasy Spoon


If you are looking for trendy or fancy or antiseptic, don’t go to Fuji Lunch (冨士ランチ). But if you want to step back in time for some good ole yoshoku (洋食)–ie: Western inspired Japanese cuisine that came about during the Meiji Restoration–head out Asagaya Station’s North Exit and hang a left down your second side street. There you will find the dingy, old diner that you’d probably otherwise pass right by.

Fuji Lunch is a small diner run by one guy in a white apron and chef’s hat. He’s not the most congenial or garrulous guy but this allows him to be quick with the food. The American Forces Network broadcast coming from the small radio certainly adds to the yoshoku atmosphere, with its bad music, bad ads and current events from Yokota Air Base. It’s got seating for 14 people–a couple of four-tops and six pickle green vinyl stools along the counter.


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Doritos Pizza Launch

I am not a pizza fan, but when it comes to ordering one, Pizza hut is my only choice. The other day, I went to attend the Doritos Pizza launch party, so sharing my experience and taste review here.

The official launch of Doritos crust pizza was celebrated by Pizza hut and a little Crunchy party was thrown for the bloggers and media professioanls. The party had an array of games and fun activities hosted by Anoushey Ashraf. The venue was flooded with people and for a few minutes after entering inside, I could not fathom what was happening there! The coolest thing was the photography wall so I headed towards it and got a photo done with my bestie Nida. The hardcopy of the photo was handed over to us after a while, which looked pretty chic!

12669865_10153198282360807_881192345_o The Photography wall

12695830_10153198364135807_1947251825_n Me with Nida

12696630_10153198282070807_969035744_o Anoushey hosting the games


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Super Bowl Party Food


Happy Thursday!!

The countdown officially begins. Its 3 days until Super Bowl 50th. I’m excited and I can’t wait to eat some good food.  That is why I decide that I was going to show you beautiful people some great recipes that will keep your guest talking about your menu all year long. So I decided to break down this post into 3 categories snacks, appetizers and dessert.  Let’s get into it!


Bacon Wrapped Tater Tots


Bacon Wrapped Tater Tots

Slow-Cooker Buffalo Cheese Sausage Balls


Slow-Cooker Buffalo Cheese Sausage Balls

Sriracha Steak Wrapped Jalapeño Skewers


Sriracha Steak Wrapped Jalapeño Skewers

Chipotle Beer Shrimp Quesadillas


Chipotle Beer Shrimp Quesadillas


Taco Crescent Ring


Taco Crescent Ring

Cheeseburger Egg Rolls


Easy Recipes - Cheeseburgers and Egg Rolls together are an AMAZING combination. These easy egg rolls are super easy to make and perfect for appetizers, snacks, or party food. PIN IT now and make it later! You are going to love this delicious quick recipe!

Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Apple BBQ Sauce and Apple Fennel Coleslaw


Apple Barbecue Pulled Pork

Baked Honey Lemon Glazed Wings


Baked Honey Lemon Glazed Wings


Inside Out S’mores Bars


Inside Out S'mores Bars



Chocolate Beer & Pretzel Cupcakes | Sweet Tea & Saving Grace

Loaded Funfetti Dessert Nachos


Funfetti Dessert Nachos


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The Parisian temple of Bistronomy

Parisienne Lifestyle

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The Comptoir du Relais restaurant is definitely one of the best restaurants to enjoy this new lifestyle culinary known as ‘bistronomy’. It is located in Odeon, in the heart of Paris Latin quarter.

Awarded chef and ex-TV host, the friendly Yves Camdeborde only uses extra-fresh and seasonal products. His cuisine is creative, making traditional dishes so contemporary, with a very personal twist (or « un je ne sais quoi » as we would say in Paris).

comptoir relais fromage

The menu has a wide variety of yummy courses and a extensive wine list.

Make sure to order some cheese as they will bring to an entire plateau of Sanders quality provider’s huge selection to chose from.

One word about the setting. The decoration will makes you feel like at home, in an old-fashionned kitchen with formica tables and simple white tablecloth. You can observe the billboards pinned on the walls and you will even…

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