Entries by Dwi Susanti

Indonesia – Beef Sei

Komodo dragon is an endemic animal in East Nusa Tenggara and chosen as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Corn and meat have become their main food staple since East Nusa Tenggara has a drying climate with a vast savanna. Beef Se’i is one of the popular dishes in this region.

Laos – Khao Piak Sen

In Southeast Asia, there is a country that has different date calculations. That country is Laos whom celebrating its New Year’s eve on 14 – 16 April every year. In April, you may also taste every Laos culinary that rarely available in the other month. One of the dishes is Khao Piak Sen.

Myanmar – Ohn No Khao Swe

Myanmar is one of the multicultural countries that have more than 135 ethical live in harmony. Ohn No Khao Swe is one of the popular noodle curries in Myanmar. Ohn-No Khao Swe uses rice flour with cornstarch to create a chewy noodle.

Malaysia – Chee Cheong Fun

Malaysian people make their own style of dim sum with their unique spice and ingredient. They call it Chee Cheong Fun. Chee Cheong Fun is a classic Malaysian dim sum, served in any Kopitiam (traditional coffee and breakfast shop).

Philippine – Adobo

When visiting Philippine, we will treat with their beautiful panoramic and endemic animal. For the protein, Philippine people choose to use pork and chicken to complete their meal. As a tourist, you won’t be regret to taste Philippine dish especially Adobo.

Thailand – Khanom Chin Nam Ya

When we talk about Thai culinary is not only about eating, it a complete culture. Khanom Chin Nam Ya use white noodle with tasty fish broth. Khanom Chin Nam Ya has a longer name than other Thai dishes, but it becomes one of Thai favorite dishes. When visiting Thailand, tourists can found Khanom Chin Nam Ya easily in a street food stall.

Taiwan(China) – Xiao Long Bao

Xiao Long Bao means small bread buckets of juicy dumplings filled with chicken, shrimps, beef, or pork seasoned with ginger sauce. It has a thick ginger taste in every bite, so fresh and delicious.

Philippine – Crispy Pata

Philippine is one of a country that has authentic food taste that can’t be found anywhere else. In Manila, the Philippine capital city, there is a dish called Crispy Pata, a seasoned pig’s knuckle.

Thailand – Guay Teow Rhua

For those who love eating noodles, Thailand has several kinds of noodles. But when we talk about uniqueness, Guay Teow Rhua is the champion. Guay Teow Rhua means boat noodle since it trades on a boat near the river.