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  • SEAGames 2019: Where To Get Your Halal Food in Manila

    We Win As One! via GIPHY The SEAGames 2019 will be the 30th edition of the Southeast Asian Games and this year, it will be hosted by the Philippines. From 30th November to 11th December, Manila, Clark and Subic will serve as hubs throughout the games. If you are planning to fly in for the SEAGames but have setbacks due to food restriction, fret not because we are here to list it down for you. These list of Halal eateries are those you can find in Manila, Clark as well and Subic. It will definitely leave you spoiled for choices! via GIPHY 1. Al Batra Restaurant & Coffee Shop Image Credit: Al Batro Restaurant & Coffee Shop on Facebook Al Batra Restaurant is located in the heart of Makati. It serves an authentic Mediterranean, Arabian and Indian cuisine. Apart from this, the restaurant also serves fresh seafood. Take note that this restaurant offers shisha.Halal status: Halal menu served.Address: 2nd floor, A.M Flores Building, Makati Avenue corner Constellation Street, Makati, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook 2. Pamanganan House of Malaysian Halal Foods Image Credit: Pamanganan House of Malaysian Halal Foods on FacebookPamanganan Restaurant is located in Manila Muslim Town. This is a place for you to dine at to get your craving for Malaysian food fixed, bringing you closer to home. Apart from that, you can also try their pizza with a variety of flavors to choose from.Halal Status: Halal menu served.Address: G/F Shaima 2 Hotel, 310-D Elizondo St., Quiapo ManilaOpening Hours: 8am – 11pmFacebook 3. Ababu Persian Kitchen Image Credit: Ababu Persian Kitchen on Facebook Ababu Persian Kitchen is another restaurant with few branches around the Philippines. It specialized in Middle Eastern and Persian cuisine, from Shawarma to Kebab and Hummus. The stated branch below is famous among students nearby as they can savor Persian cuisine without burning a hole in their pockets.Halal status: Halal menu served.Address: 75 Xavierville Ave. Loyola Heights Subd. QC, Quezon City, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 3am (Mon-Sat), 10am – 2am (Sun)Facebook   4. Martabak Cafe Image Credit: Martabak Cafe on Facebook Martabak Cafe is a halal restaurant located in the biggest mall in the Philippines. Getting its name from a Malay street food Murtabak, this restaurant serves Indon-Malay cuisines which will definitely cure you from being homesick.Halal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: Ground Floor, 131 North Parking Building, SM Mall of Asia,                Bay Boulevard 1308, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 10am – 10pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram 5. Kashmir Image Credit: Kashmir on Facebook Kashmir is the first Indian restaurant that was established in Manila. With almost 40 years in business, Kashmir has extended its branch throughout Manila. With their dishes ranging from meat overload to vegetarian, dining at Kashmir will let you experience the best of what Northern Indian cuisine has to offer.Halal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 816 Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City, The PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 10pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram  6. Gilak by Hossein Image Credit: Gilak by Hossein on Facebook Another successful eatery that you should check out is Gilak by Hossein. Serving you with an authentic Persian and Mediterranean cuisine, you will be satisfied by its Shawarma and Kebab.Halal status: Halal menu served.Address: 2/F Greenbelt 3, Makati Avenue, Ayala Center,                Makati, National Capital Region 1223Opening Hours: 11am – 12mnWebsite | FacebookThe list doesn't stop here. Check out these Halal eateries too when you are in Manila. More Restaurants You can Lookout For 1. The Chicken Rice Shop in Robinson’s Place, ManilaServes: MalaysianHalal status: HalalAddress: G/F, Space 304, Robinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil Cor. Adriatico Sts., Ermita, ManilaOpening Hours: 10am – 9:30pm (Sun – Thu), 10am – 10:30pm (Fri & Sat)Facebook2. Ziggurat in Makati CityServes: Indian, the Mediterranean, African, and the Middle EastHalal status: HalalAddress: Ground Floor Sunette Tower, Makati Ave Corner Durban St.Opening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook3. Potato CornerServes: SnacksHalal status: Halal ingredients usedAddress: Various locations around ManilaOpening Hours: Depends on the branchWebsite | Facebook | Instagram4. Hossein’s Persian KebabServes: Iranian, Arabian, Indian and MediterraneanHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 2nd Floor 7857 LKV Building, Makati Avenue, right across Burgos Street, Makati CityOpening Hours: 11am – 11pmWebsite | Facebook4. Dulang Restaurant in Ermita, ManilaServes: Malaysian, Tausug (an ethnic group of the Philippines, Malaysian and Indonesia)Halal status: Muslim-ownedAddress: 1313 M. Adriatico St. cor Padre Faura, Ermita, ManilaOpening Hours: 9am – 9pmFacebook5. Garuda PhilippinesServes: IndonesianHalal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: 166 Salcedo Street Makati City, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 10pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram6. Mister KababServes: Middle Eastern and MediterraneanHalal status: Halal menu served.Address: 31 West Avenue, Del Monte, Quezon CityOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook7. Shawarma Snack Center ManilaServes: Middle easternHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 485 Salas St., Ermita, ManilaOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook8. Arya Persian Restaurant ManilaServes: Iranian and The MediterraneanHalal status: Halal ingredient used, alcohol is served.Address: Robinsons Place Manila, Level 1, Alfresco Wing, Ermita, Manila, 1000, Metro Manila, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 10am – 9pmWebsite | Facebook9. Feta MediterraneanServes: Turkish, Greek, MediterraneanHalal status: Halal meat used.Address: Ground Floor, Intrawest Center, 101 Annapolis Street, Greenhills, San Juan CityOpening Hours: 10am – 10pmFacebook10. El Prado at Berjaya Makati HotelServes: Local, Asian, InternationalHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 7835 Makati Avenue Corner Eduque Street, Makati City, Philippines 1209Opening Hours: 24 hoursWebsite11. Kabab & CurryServes: Indian and PakistaniHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 20 Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, Makati CityOpening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 6pm – 12mnWebsite12. Hummus Elijah MakatiServes: MediterraneanHalal Status: Vegetarian and HalalAddress: 7850 Makati Avenue, Makati, 1209 Metro Manila, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 9am – 3amWebsite | Facebook13. Moud Halal RestaurantHalal status: Muslim-owned, Halal ingredients used.Address: 827 Globo de Oro Street, Quiapo, Manila, The PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 10pmFacebook 14. Iza's Chicken CornerServes: WesternHalal Status: Halal menu served.Address: 873 P. Campa Street, Sampaloc, ManilaOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook15. The Marriott Cafe in Marriot Hotel ManilaHalal status: Halal menu available upon request.Address: Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay 1309, Metro Manila, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 6:30am – 10:30pmWebsite16. New Bombay RestaurantServes: Authentic Indian foodHalal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: G/F, Glorietta 3, Ayala Center, Makati CityOpening Hours: 11am – 11pm17. Rehan Halal Food HubServes: ArabianHalal Status: Halal menu served.Address: Food Court, Lower Ground Floor, Theatre Mall, Greenhills Shopping Centre, Greenhills, San Juan CityOpening Hours: 10am – 10pm So there you have it, a list of Halal eateries in Manila. Now that food is settled, what are you waiting for? Get your plan started for a trip to Manila!...

  • Muslim-Friendly Snacks in Hong Kong You Don't Want To Miss

    We always hear how hard it is to find halal food in Hong Kong let alone halal snacks. All that is now a myth! Here are 6 halal snacks for you to check out while you are in Hong Kong! 1. Happy Cow Credit: Happy Cow on Facebook Happy Cow is a Hong Kong-based manufacturer and distributor of dairy-free frozen dessert established in 2013. All products by Happy Cow are vegan, low glycemic and free of dairy, egg, soy, gluten, and cholesterol. Their frozen desserts are made from a delicious blend of coconut cream and organic coconut sugar, mixed with jams and fruits. The best has yet to come; Happy Cow desserts do not contain artificial flavors, colorings, preservatives and all of their products are vegan and halal-certified! Just eat as much as you can and you would still be in the healthy range. Just how awesome is that? Halal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: Booth#3, Man Kwong Street, Hong Kong Observation WheelFor other store locations, click here.  Instagram l Facebook 2. Islam Food Credit: Pan Fried Beef Bun on Time Out The veal goulash at Islam Food is a must-try! Upon cutting the goulash (stew), the juice will ooze out of the patty! The tender meat will melt in your mouth and leave you wanting more. While you are there, try the (chewy!) beef dumpling soup and (flavourful!) scallion pancakes too.  Halal Status: Only Halal ingredients used  Address:  G/F, No. 1 Lung Kong Rd, Kowloon City, Kowloon – Next to Chow Sang Sang SecuritiesFacebook 3. Wai Kee Duck Rice Credit: Wai Kee Duck Rice by missyblurkit After shopping at Hong Kong’s major shopping district (Causeway Bay), take a few minutes to walk to a renowned halal roast duck stall in Hong Kong. Just walk through the Bowrington Road Market and look for the ‘Cooked Food Centre’ then voila, there you have it, the Wai Kee Duck Rice shop. Top on the must-try list is the well-marinated tender duck meat. The crispy duck skin will make you forget all your troubles. On top of that, do try their tasty wanton noodles and juicy wanton. Halal Status: Muslim-owned  Address: 23 Bowrington Rd, Bowrington, Hong KongAlso Read: Muslim Guide: Travel Hong Kong With Ease In This 21st Century 3. Islamic Centre Canteen  Credit: Islamic Centre Canteen by Coconuts While you are in Causeway Bay, be sure to check out Islamic Centre Canteen’s dinner menu. Islamic Centre Canteen is located within the Masjid Ammar and Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre in Wan Chai. It is highly recommended for you to try their tofu with salt, garlic, and chili (the flavors would definitely burst in your mouth!) They are also well known for their dim sum (only available at certain timings).  Halal Status: Muslim-owned  Address: 40 Salvation Army Street, Wan Chai 5/F, Masjid Ammar And Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, Hong Kong   5. Ma's Restaurant  Credit: Red Bean Pancake by The Halal Food Blog When in Hong Kong, it is a must to try traditional Chinese desserts. This may not be an easy feat but a 5-minute walk from Prince Edward MRT station will bring you to Ma’s Restaurant. They offer an adventurous list of menus. We highly recommend their tasty desserts that will make you miss Hong Kong and ensure that it will not be your last visit here.  List of desserts you must taste: Tang Yuan (Glutinous Rice Balls) Black Sesame Red Bean Pancake Pumpkin Pancake Halal Status: Halal-certified  Location: 21 Cheung Sha Wan Rd Sham Sui Po, Kowloon, Hong KongFacebook 6. Kung Wo Tofu Factory Credit: Tofu Pudding by That Food Cray Need some comfort food? Kung Wo Tofu Factory is the place for you. The smooth and silky beancurd will slide down your throat and leave you feeling warm and at home. Kung Wo's beancurd is homemade and made from sugar-free ingredients. This dessert is enjoyed with powdered brown sugar which you can add on to your liking, depending on your preferred level of sweetness.  Halal Status: not labeled (no non-halal ingredients - eat at your own discretion)  Location: 67, Fuk Lo Tsun Road, Kowloon City Closest station Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong China (easy access from exit B2 Tsuen Wan Line)Also Read: 13 Best Halal Food Places Near You In Hong Kong While you are out exploring awesome Hong Kong, you may chance upon a very interesting (and tasty of course) snack or local delicacies that have yet to be discovered. When you do discover them, write to us and send us some pictures of the snacks and their locations. We thank you in advance as we are very excited foodies who love to try new things!...

  • GOLD Restaurant | Seriously The Ultimate Halal Restaurant In Cape Town

    Welcome to Cape Town, the Mother City of South Africa.  via GIPHY Affectionately known for its beautiful Table Mountain landscape, the city has more than just its scenery to offer. Despite modernization, Cape Town still breathes its rich culture. This town is brimming with vibrant colors, traditional African music, festivals and the joyous laughter of its people. Experience the city's warmth through its impeccable local cuisines including the African and Cape Malay cuisine. Nestled in Cape Town’s Soho, Green Point, the GOLD Restaurant is the ultimate restaurant to visit when you’re in Cape Town. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, GOLD is all about bringing the African culture to life. From the delightful African and Cape Malay food spread to the bips and bops of African music, GOLD is set to give you the best dining experience possible. Seriously, we’re not kidding. Be greeted by the passionate staff of GOLD as they embrace your visit with African music. Dressed in traditional African garments, they will welcome you like royals. Get right in the mood and have your face painted to fully embrace the culture! Groove along to the Marimba Percussion and you might even learn a couple of moves from the performers themselves! What better way to embrace Central African music than to dance along with the locals. Don’t leave GOLD till you've experienced what it’s like to be behind the Djembe drum. Get yourself on stage and join the performance in an interactive Djembe drum session. Experience playing the West African traditional instrument first hand from locals themselves. Though this will come at an extra cost, it’s worth every penny. Image Credit: GOLD Restaurant on Facebook Next on the list is an elaborated play about an Archetype African Story that highlights human philosophy and traits. Get an exclusive peep into the authentic African culture and their history.  Then dive into the traditional Mali Puppetry show. In the past, the Mali Puppetry is a form of expression to tell the tales of sacrificing rituals of animals, however, after the influence of Islam, the cultural expression is now used to entertain and educate. Think it’s about time we talk about the food now! via GIPHY From Halal-certified meat or poultry to gluten-free or nut-free, vegetarian or vegan dishes, GOLD Restaurant has it all. With an overall 4.5 star rating on TripAdvisor and an A Rating by CrescentRating, it’s not a surprise that GOLD Restaurant is ranked #19 amongst the thousands of restaurants in Cape Town. The restaurant also avoids using industrial materials in their kitchens and replace them with the colorful traditional pots. Soak in the full African tradition in a 14-dish tasting menu that can either be in an individual or shared portion. Listen up for the waitresses as they give a brief explanation of the dishes’ origin, seasonings, and cooking technique.  Travel through the cities of Africa by just indulging in the food, highlighting the cuisines from Kenya, Namibia, Morocco, Ethiopia, Zambia, Cameroon, and Zanzibar. Along with the impeccable range of cuisines, you’ll also get a taste of the Cape Malay Cuisine. A cuisine that was evolved back in the days when the Dutch East Indies, now commonly known as Indonesia, slaves by fusing English, Flemish, and Dutch recipes. The community of slaves that were brought by the Dutch to South Africa now called the Cape Malays. Must-Try! Casablanca Grilled Vegetable Cous Cous and Cape Malay Boeber If there is one word that would describe GOLD Restaurant, it'll definitely be Festive. Illuminate the Africa in you and don’t miss the chance to join in the vibrant, joyous, diverse culture and heritage of Africa.          Address: 15 Bennett Street, Green Point, Cape Town, 8005, South Africa Opening Hours: Daily 6.30PM to 11PMContact No.: +27 (0) 21 421 4653 (Tel) | +27 (0) 82 414 9663 (Cell)Cost: R395 for dinner and R99 for Djembe drumming session Website | Email | Facebook | Instagram ...

  • Bed Down Like A Local In This Muslim-Friendly Hotel: Risshisha

    Back in the day, Kyoto was known as one of Japan's capitals. Now, it is presently renowned as a prevalent tourist spot that is rich and overflowing with conventional Japanese traditions, food, places of worship, garments, language, culture and so much more! Credit: Risshisha Over the years, the number of outside vacationers streaming into Japan has expanded gradually, and a large part of this segment are Muslim travelers. As such, Japan travel agencies, associations and organizations linked with managing the travel industry and the food & beverage industry, have started to accomodate Muslims in their products and services. One of these organisations is none other than Risshisha, a prevalent ryokan in Kyoto that manages traditional Japanese lodging. From March 2019 onwards, Risshisha began creating stay packages which catered to Muslim tourists and allowed them to enjoy a stress-free stay at Risshisha while performing their religious duties. They have a total of 25 ryokans (hotels) and a majority of them are catered towards the Muslim vacationers, which are recognizably known as Muslim-Friendly Ryokans. A typical ryokan can accommodate up to six individuals in a single room. Depending on the size of the ryokan, the bigger the ryokan, the more people it can accomodate. Credit: Risshisha At Risshisha, they grow their local vitalization and network building exercises with the city of Kyoto through machiya. A machiya is a traditional wooden townhouse that is found all over Japan. They offer a lodging experience that mixes conventional Kyoto machiya culture with present-day innovation and technology. Residing at a machiya is engaging because it is an alternate encounter from an ordinary inn or ryokan, and makes visitors feel as if they are living in Kyoto. Guests can appreciate the primary setting of a customary Japanese house furnished with present-day services and facilities at Risshisha. Risshisha's machiya is in located in Kyoto's Omiya-Cho, which is nearby the Kyoto station and other tourist hot spots. They are currently seeking new undertakings to rejuvenate Kyoto machiya as another type of commitment to society so that they can enhance their guests' experience. Besides the top-notch Muslim-friendly lodging experience, Risshisha also has staff who come from various racial and religious backgrounds, namely Muslim staff from Indonesia and staff from Taiwan. You can be rest assured that all their staff are friendly and produce an amicable and good-natured culture.  Credit: Risshisha At Risshisha Muslim-Friendly Ryokan, they provide a wide range of facilities that help Muslim visitors enjoy an overnight vacation. In stay packages for Muslims, there are a few halal menu alternatives that you can request when you make a reservation. Their Halal menu strictly uses Halal ingredients like Halal meat, which is ensured by the Japan Islamic Trust. Visitors can choose from a variety of Halal Japanese food items in the menu such as Gyudon (rice bowl layered with beef) and Daifuku (delectable Japanese desserts, mochi with cream filling) which is vastly raved about and highly recommended. Other signature dishes include chicken curry and penne vegetables. All of the menu items mentioned have a Halal Certificate that is issued by the Japan Islamic Trust. Their menu is derived from Global Corporation Japan, a distributor of Halal products in Japan.  Credit: Risshisha Besides food, Risshisha ryokans are also known as a conventional Japanese hotel that includes tatami-matted rooms, common showers, and other open territories where guests may wear yukata and chat with the proprietor. Each ryokan is also well-equipped with prayer mats, Qibla markers, prayer garments (for both male and female) and prayer timetables which are available upon request. This way, Muslim tourists can carry out their prayers in a serene and peaceful setting. Credit: Risshisha Below are 6 types of ryokans (rooms) available at Risshisha: Sen/Omiya Gojo which can accommodate up to 4 individuals. Be sure to experience an exquisite excursion in this Kyoto machiya with a conventional Japanese hearth, and experience life in a house in Kyoto.Credit: Risshisha Satoi/Tessen Omiya Gojo which can accommodate up to 4 individuals. This is set in a tranquil corner of a private home, where there is Tessen (folding fans). Tourists can appreciate the class of a machiya that will make you sense that you are living in Kyoto.Credit: Risshisha Sen/Shichijo Mibu which can accommodate up to 6 individuals. Enjoy an elegant vacation in this Kyoto machiya with a traditional Japanese sunken hearth, and experience life in a house in Kyoto.Credit: Risshisha Mibu-juku which can accommodate up to 4 individuals. Credit: Risshisha Shisei-juku which can accommodate up to 4 individuals.Credit: Risshisha Satoi Kosetsu/Shichijo-Mibu which can accommodate up to 5 individuals. These are redesigned old Nagoya houses, accessible for one group per day. They join and portray the great parts of the two hotels and ryokans.Credit: Risshisha Each room has a diverse range of amenities created for their guests to be guranteed that their time spent at Risshisha is worth their money. To name a few, these amenities include a TV, air conditioning, floor warming, refrigerator, utensils, microwave, IH stove, tank pan, electric pot, Yukata set, iron, hairdryer, washing machine and most importantly, Wifi! Upon arriving at Risshisha, you may consider visiting these popular tourist spots: Kyoto Tower (which will take you 7 minutes by taxi from Omiya Gojo reception) Nishi Honganji Temple (which is a 12 minutes stroll from Omiya Gojo front desk) Kyoto Gyoen National Garden (which is 12 minutes by taxi from Omiya Gojo front desk)   Address: 279 Shimochofukuji-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, 600-8375 Check in timings: 15:00 - 20:00Contact number: 075-468-1417WebsiteBook Now5 minutes car ride away from Kyoto Station So if you are visiting Kyoto anytime soon, why not experience the lodging and accommodation facilities provided by Risshisha Muslim-friendly Ryokan? It's an experience that'll be worthwhile and unforgettable!*Do note that the crescent-rated ryokans are inclusive of Mibu-Juku, Shisei Juku, Sen/Toji-Uomitsu, Sen/Omiya Gojo, Sen/Schchijo Mibu, Satoi Tessen/Omiya-Gojo, Satoi Kosetsu/Shichijo-Mibu and Satoi Seishi/Omiya-Gojo only....

  • You Haven't Experienced Malang, Indonesia Until You Try These 5 Irresistible Halal Dishes

    “Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch”- Orson Welles Another destination you need to put on your vacation list is Malang. Located in East Java province, you only need to fly an hour and 20 minutes from Jakarta. This city offers you fresh air along with its amazing halal and mouthwatering local food! I'm sure your family or colleagues are gonna love them. Let’s check it out! Warung Sate & Gule Kambing Bang Saleh It is a must try and you should put it at the top of your list. Sate Bang Saleh was established since 1974. Quite a legend, isn’t it? This restaurant offers chicken and goat satay, Kabsah rice, Kabuli rice or even goat soup. For the satay, you can order with or without the fat. You can enjoy your chicken satay for IDR 20,000 and goat satay for IDR 40,000. Sate Bang Saleh uses Basmati rice as the main ingredient for Kabsah and Kabuli rice. Both of these Arabic foods have a bold taste. Delicious, warm, and pretty tempting when you smell it. You can add more pickles, Mattah Sambal and fried goat to add a little more zing to it. The owner of the restaurant, Laily Fitria Lizza, said that the restaurant cooks at least 20 goats per day. She always makes sure to carefully analyze the entire process to ensure that the product is Halal. Address: Jl. Ade Irma Suryani No.42, Kauman, Klojen, Kota Malang, Jawa Timur 65117, IndonesiaOpening Hours: 9AM to 10.30PM (Sat-Thu)                          3PM to 10.30PM (Fridays)Contact No.: +62 341 364228 Soto Pulungdowo Tumpang Credit: @tj_irene on Instagram This menu uses a local rooster instead of the usual broiler chicken. Surely this kind of chicken grows naturally. According to Nur Ardiansyah, grandchild of the owner, the local rooster gives off a tastier chicken broth. The texture of the rooster is generally tougher than the usual broiler chicken. This Soto has a fresh sauce with an attractive aroma, combining savory and citrus. You can have this mouthwatering Soto at only for IDR 15,000. Address: Jalan Raya Pulungdowo No. 76, Pulungdowo, Tumpang Regency, MalangOpening Hours: 8AM to 9PM (Daily)Contact No.: +62 857-9126-1615 Website Warung Family Khas Rica-Rica Menthok I challenge you to try this hot and spicy dish! Entok is a local language that translates to duck. While Rica Rica means cooked spicy. Rica Rica Entok is served along with a side of rice. The cuisine looks similar to the soup. The tender meat of the Entok is cooked with spicy coconut milk that is not too thick. Try adding a sprinkle of crispy savory shallots to elevate it! As an additional side, add papaya leaves and large-cut fried tempeh. The papaya leaves in this restaurant are not that bitter. So what are you waiting for? Grab it at only for IDR 25,000 / portion with rice or IDR 20,000 / portion without rice. Address: P.B., Jl. Panglima Sudirman, Karangploso, Girimoyo, Karangploso, Malang, Jawa Timur 65152, IndonesiaOpening Hours: 9AM to 9PM (Daily)Contact No.: +62 813-3318-7192 Rawon Kemari Sawunggaling Credit: @warung_kemari_sawunggaling on Instagram Rawon is known as a halal-traditional cuisine from East Java. It may look a bit odd as the soup’s color is black. Once you move your spoon inside Rawon, you will find pretty thick slices of beef.  The taste is pretty bold due to the blend of spices, lemongrass, and orange leaves. Don’t forget to add Mendol (processed tempeh) to go along with your bowl of Rawon Kemari. You only need to pay IDR 12,000 for a bowl of Rawon Kemari. Address: Jalan Sultan Agung No.63, Kepanjen Malang, Jawa Timur 65163, IndonesiaOpening Hours: 6PM to 2PM | 4PM to 10PM (Daily)Contact No.: 0813-5709-1919 or 0821-9956-6377 Website Warung Sate Gebug Credit: @putritaruno on Instagram Warung Sate Gebug was established in 1920 during the Dutch colonization. Till today, the restaurant has never moved from its original address and still operate in the same building. Get a taste of this cuisine that has lasted for more than a decade. This classic restaurant serves its own menu namely the Sate Gebug. Unlike the satay in general, which is topped with peanut sauce, Sate Gebug is not topped with peanut sauce since the meat is already spicy and is full of flavor. The satay is made from the tenderloin beef. After the beef is being cut up, the meat is then beaten so that it is flat and tender. Next, the meat will be marinated with spices and when it is fully marinated the Sate is being grilled until tender. For this tasty beef satay, you only need to pay for IDR 30,000 for evry 10 pieces. Address: Jalan Jenderal Basuki Rahmat, Klojen, Kota Malang, Jawa Timur 65119, IndonesiaOpening Hours: 8AM to 4.30PM (Sat-Thu)                          Closed on FridaysContact No.: +62 822-2844-4777...

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