The spice of Indonesian life - Tourism Indonesia


Monday, August 27, 2007

The spice of Indonesian life

The Spice Market at Jinan Road, with its combination decor of Southeast Asia, offers a vast assortment of the region's cuisine.

The decor reflects the individual countries as bronze figurines of Buddha, cane mats, natural plants and as the name of the restaurant suggests, a huge bag of a variety of spices placed artistically on the floor, bringing tradition and ethnicity together.

The best part is actually the wall, which is a mirror, and reflects one entire side of the restaurant, thus giving the feeling that it is double the size.

From the choice of Thai, Malay and Indonesian cuisine, we chosethe last one, to get the feel of its aromatic spices and fresh sea food.

Indonesian cuisine has been appreciated worldwide lately because of its health factor; coconut milk, which is used perhaps in every second dish, and traditional aromatic spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, galangaland black pepper cool the mind and help with our indigestion.

Source: ChinaDaily

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