I can strongly insist visiting this restaurant. The architect of restaurant is good. U will urself as if u r at home. Try indonesian cuisine. They serve western dishes too.
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I really do love the soup, it just tasted perfect, the balance of the herbs and other flavour is amazing. I dont really enjoy the fried oxtail thought, for my taste it was too many chewy fats that makes me need to separate it from...More
I tried this place as my local friend recommend this to me. I ordered fried oxtail with soup but they said it wasn't ready that time (minus 1 star for this sorry bro), end up ordering 2 oxtail soup for me and wifey and we...More
This is the best oxtail I've ever tried in Bandung! The soup was super tasty, you can taste a lot of exotic spices in it. The fried oxtail was super delicious and not to forget to mention the freshness in their Soto Ayam. For the...More
One of the best Sop buntut i think (after my grandmother's of course). Tender meat, perfect spice, and the soup is amazing. i remember i was in college back then and this restaurant is a bit pricey. But after the first sip of the soup...More
Located in front of Cipaganti gas station, Cozy restaurant, famous for its 'Sop Buntut'. The price is above average, but it has a very good taste of Sop buntut goreng. Worth a try especially for those who are looking for Sop Buntut.
The location of this restaurant was formerly the house of a Thai prince that was exiled during the 2nd World War. Overall the food quality was good. The ambience is also nice.
so we were to be in Bandung for 5 days, and asked around our circle of friends who've been there what were places to go fr bites and if anything in particular stood out? Sop Buntut was repeatedly mentioned; and so we tried it at...More