Sometime, I don’t know what I want to eat, but I know what kind of cuisine I want. For example, I know I want to eat Indonesian food, but I don’t know which one yet.. until I see the menu. That afternoon, I stopped by at Warung Surabaya at Lucky Plaza because I haven’t been there for a while and I was craving for Indonesian food. The last time I ate there, their food was awesome so I thought I wanna try other dish too.
It took me a while before decided what I want. Luckily, there was no queue behind me so I could take my time choosing the one I want. I can be greedy in term of food. In a way that I want to try them all. But I don’t have the capacity lol. So, I had to choose one! The winner was Grilled Oxtail. It’s been years since I ate one, so I was hoping this one is good.
When it came, I didn’t expect much. As long as it doesn’t taste too bad, I can eat it. At least it’s oxtail, which I like. But apparently, the dish exceeded my expectation. It was soooo yummy! Oxtails were tender, spices were generous and the portion was just perfect for me. Ohhh, my happy tummy~~
Head down to Lucky Plaza if you wanna try them! And you should, btw 🙂
As a fan of Japanese gyoza (dumpling), I can’t miss out this new place in town. It is located inside the new mall Saigon Center, on 5th floor. It’s one of the shop in Asia Village, some kind of food court with interesting concept. The area is not big though. Osaka Ohsho itself is quite big in area.
I tried to get someone to find seat for me but noone came, so I just picked one of the seat for 2 persons. After a while, the waitress gave me the menu. A set of 6 pcs gyoza is 45k vnd. They have ramen on menu as well, but somehow I didn’t want to try it. They also have set menu.
After contemplating for a while, I decided to try the set that is approved by Japanese (well at least according to them..). It’s a set of gyoza (6 pcs) and Sapporo Beer. I know.. not enough for lunch, but I didn’t want to try their other menu.
It took so long for them to serve the gyoza. I was hungry and already thought “This gyoza better be good, or else…”. Can’t do much anyway if it’s not good, so.. “or else.. I’m gonna eat ramen in Japanese area”.
Looks promising. The bottom was crispy. The skin was a bit too thick for my taste. But the filling is delicious. The composition of meat and vegetable are balanced. I would recommend my husband to try it as well.
Eating good food always made me happy! And this one made me happy.