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Sabtu, 25 Mei 2019

5 Warteg special menus, need to be tasted

Caption : 5 Warteg Menus in GIF
Warteg as a small restaurant that is mushrooming in Jakarta and its surroundings, has been known as folk food, warteg provides special food that is very appetizing, especially for all food lovers. The menu available at small food stalls is not inferior to the taste in quality food and sold at high prices. Varied food on the warteg uses spices that have been seasoned well, making them addicted and wanting to add more.
This food will not be boring for culinary lovers, because it is a favorite and a recommendation in food selection. Some foods may not suit everyone's mouth, but sometimes food in small food stalls can be accepted by everyone because the right ingredients are combined with rice as the main carbohydrate. Some of these foods are served on the warteg and are a favorite for many people, and maybe you are one of them. Come on, here are 5 special warteg menus that need to be tasted at warteg-warteg in Jakarta

1. Orek Tempe/Fermented soybean in blocks ( lightly cook)

This one food is an important food and definitely always in every warteg that you visit, anyway.  Yup, what's more if it's not the orek tempe.  Usually, this one food is available there is a wet one and some are dry.  This one menu must be available and become a subscription for food tasters at the warteg.  Usually, in a day this food menu can run out even before night.

Caption : Orek Tempe Menu 

2. Telur Dadar/Omelette or fry a mixture spread of eggs in a pan

In addition to orek tempe, another popular menu is omelet.  This menu is very good if it is served together with orek tempeh which is everyone's favorite menu.  The use of chives and chili is also a great addition to this egg flavor, so it does not taste bland for the tongue.  Served with gravy will arouse appetite.  This menu is also often used as a savior at an old date, because with a serving of warm rice and a piece of omelet will also make the stomach feel full for a long time.  Have you ever experienced it?

Caption : Telur Dadar Menu
3. Tempe Goreng Tepung/Fried fermented soybean in blocks  with flour 

Tempe fried flour is made with a mixture of flour dough and tempeh which is cut into several parts.  If served with warm tea, it will be suitable especially during the rainy season so it takes light meals accompanied by warm drinks that make the body not feel cold.  In addition this food will be more varied if served together with orek tempeh.  But the ingredients are both from tempeh, so it depends on each taste.

Caption : Tempe Goreng Tepung Menu

4. Sambal Goreng Kentang Ati Ampela/Potato, Chicken Liver and Gizzard in Spicy Coconut Milk

Sambal goreng potato is made from potatoes and uses chili sauce.  Complementary ingredients for chicken and petai can also be added to add to the taste of food.  Spicy taste in food is highly recommended with omelet so it is more varied.  This food is served in quite a large portion and will make the stomach full.

Caption : Sambal Goreng Kentang

5. Tumis Kangkung/Stir-fries kale

Kangkung/kale is very good for health.  This vegetable can be served with other side dishes such as orek tempeh.  This food is cooked together with chili and some herbs and gravy that can be mixed with rice and side dishes.  This food is a favorite food after many orek tempeh purchased.  Not infrequently there are those who eat it together with rice alone.  If it is served with crackers, it will taste good and not reduce taste.

Caption : Tumis Kangkung Menu

Jumat, 24 Mei 2019

5 Millennial Cafes in Jakarta, need be visited

Cafe is the place most often visited by people besides malls or shopping centers. The cafe offers a variety of facilities that the restaurant does not have such as comfortable chairs, contemporary music, and snacks that can be eaten while chatting. What things do you usually think about when choosing a cafe for hangout? In addition to the delights of food and drinks, a comfortable cafe atmosphere is also important for the criteria of a fun hangout.
For those of you who are or living in Jakarta, there are many cafes to choose from. Not only provides delicious and cozy atmosphere, some cafes even have a concept that is quite unique and different from most cafes. So, if you want to hang out in a place that is not too mainstream, you must visit the 5 millinieal cafes in Jakarta below!

1, This is April Cafe, Indah Kapuk North Jakarta

This cafe is designed to be very fashionable for young people, the name of this cafe is the same as the owner of the women's clothing brand This Is April (TIA), located in the same building as This Is April. The idea of having a place to bring all their beautiful customers to be more involved with them inspired This Is April to open a fashionable coffee shop, named KafeTIA in the cafe-hit area, Pantai Indah Kapuk Nort Jakarta

Caption : A photo This Is April Cafe (local guide XoX Travel)

2Toodz House Cafe,  Cipete South Jakarta

The house that made this cafe becomes a unique and comfortable hangout with various coffee dishes.
By carrying out the concept of home, Toodz House is decorated by natural colors that give a warm impression such as brown, orange and green. The impression was also reinforced by the selection of furniture in the form of bookcases, classic-style wooden chairs and plain leather sofas in several corners of the room and veranda. Visitors who come will not only feel at home and relax but will also feel very familiar because the atmosphere feels like at home. In the cozy Toodz House room, you can sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee while listening to music, browsing the internet or while tasting the available menus.

Caption : A photo Toods House Cafe (local guide Fajar Adiartha) 

3. Kohicha Cafe, Kelapa Gading North Jakarta

Café that has an office office Ruko Gading Kirana, Jl. Boulevard Artha Gading Kelapa Gading North Jakarta, where Instagram is located, the service is very friendly, the food is really Japanese, the coffee is soft. location in a shop opposite Indomaret, great for hanging out with friends.
Even though the place doesn't look like from the road, but when you go inside, it's really cool. The price is also commensurate with the presentation and taste. A true waiter is very friendly, here also sells organic products that are suitable if you are on a diet (local guide cindy alisha)

Caption : A photo Kohicha Cafe (local guide Reina Feona)
 4. MOREAU Chocolatier's Cafe, Kemang, South Jakarta

Moreau Chocolatier’s Cafe is open in Kemang, South Jakarta on February 25, 2017. With the menu provided they are ready to spoil the tongue of chocolate lovers.

There are various kinds of menus with Belgian chocolate provided by Moreau Chocolatier’s Cafe. And when ordering a menu, every menu you choose, chocolate will be asked what you want to satisfy chocolate lovers. There are 3 choices of Belgian chocolate available in Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, White Chocolate.

Caption : A photo Moreau Cafe (local guide Anthony Jaya)
 5. The People's Cafe

The People’s Café or Waroeng Orang-Orang is a modern-day cafe that serves a variety of Global Street Food. A concept from Ismaya Group where customers can relax, have a good time and enjoy good food. From oriental dishes to delicious pasta and nachos, The People’s Cafe is always one step ahead from competitors, serving only the best street food with valuable price.
The People’s Café serves Indonesian street food menu, like Mie Goreng Tek-Tek, Ayam Geprek or Bubur Ayam Kota as well as many other international dishes. If you fancy a Singaporean dish, we’ve got you covered with the Salted Egg Chicken. Living up to its maxim of serving the global street food, The People’s Café provides you a classic pizza from Italy to the national dish of Britain, Classic Fish & Chips. To accompany the good food, The People’s Café also has refreshing dessert, like Es Cendol, Shanghai Red Ruby or Es Melon.
The People’s Cafe is designed to suit everyone’s palate and pocket. It is where customers can have informal meetings, hang-outs or casual quality time with family. So far, the cozy ambience, the delicious food and the refreshing drinks have successfully kept their customers coming back for more.
Caption : A photo People's Cafe (local guide  Carlos M ツ)







Kamis, 23 Mei 2019

5 Boarding Schools in East Java

Islamic boarding schools are traditional Islamic education in Indonesia, where students live together and study under the guidance of a teacher who is known as a kiai and has a dormitory to be inhabited by Santri students in a complex that also provides mosques for worship, study rooms and more. religious activities. This complex is usually surrounded by walls to be able to supervise the entry and exit of santri in accordance with applicable regulations. Islamic boarding schools are two terms that show one understanding. Islamic boarding schools according to their basic understanding are student learning places, while huts means simple houses or residences made of bamboo. In addition, the word pondok may be from Funduq Arabic which means a hostel or hotel. On Java, including Sunda and Madura, the term dormitory and boarding school are generally used, while in Aceh it is known as dayah or rangkang or menuasa, while in Minangkabau it is called surau. Islamic boarding schools can also be understood as religious and educational institutions, generally non-classical, where kiai teach Islam to students based on books written in Arabic by medieval Ulama, and santri usually live in huts (dormitories) in boarding schools

The large Islamic boarding schools in East Java are:



Tebuireng Islamic Boarding School is one of the largest Islamic boarding schools in Jombang, East Java. This boarding school was founded by KH. Hasyim Asy'ari in 1899. In addition to subject matter on Islamic religious knowledge, shari'a science, and Arabic, general subjects were also included in the structure of his teaching curriculum. Tebuireng Islamic Boarding School has contributed a lot and contributed to the wider community, especially in the world of Islamic education in Indonesia.

Caption : Tebu  Ireng Islamic Boarding School (local guide Hade Saqi)

2. Hidayatul Mubtadiin Islamic Boarding School

The Hidayatul Mubtadiin Islamic Boarding School is located in Lirboyo-Kediri Village, which was founded by KH. Abdul Karim in 1910. He was a resident of Magelang who was also a college colleague KH. Hasyim Asy'ari (founder of the Tebu Ireng Islamic Boarding School) at the asukah Islamic boarding school in KH. Kholis, Bangkalan. The Lirboyo Islamic Boarding School has a total of 13 thousand santri and santri. They come from Kalimantan, Java, Aceh, Malaysia and Thailand. At present, the third generation of boarding schools is KH. A.Idris Marzuqi, KH. Moh. Anwar Manshur, and KH. Abdullah Kafabihi Mahrus. This boarding school stands on an area of 30 hectares, with 400 rooms, and 90 rooms for various academic activities. All book based lessons in Arabic or yellow book.

Caption : Liroboyo Islamic Boarding School (local guide Medi Asadli)

Sidogiri village was cleared by a Sayyid from Cirebon, West Java named Sayyid Sulaiman. He is a descendant of the Prophet from the clan Basyaiban. His father, Sayyid Abdurrahman bin Muhammad bin 'Umar Basyaiban al' Alawi who came from Qosam Hadhramaut, was a migrant from the country of guardians, Tarim, Hadramaut, Yemen. While his mother, Syarifah Khodijah, is the daughter of the Sultan of Cirebon Descendants of Sunan Gunung Jati. Thus, from the maternal line, Sayyid Sulaiman is a relative of the descendants of Sunan Gunung Jati.

Sayyid Sulaiman opened and established a boarding school in Sidogiri assisted by Kiai Aminullah. Kiai Aminullah is a santri and son-in-law of Sayyid Sulaiman from Bawean Island. It is said that the demolition of Sidogiri was carried out for 40 days. At that time Sidogiri was still a wilderness that was untouched by humans and inhabited by many spirits. The jungle of the Sidogiri wilderness was chosen to be opened and made a boarding school because it was believed that the land was good and diverse.

There are two versions of the year of the establishment of the Sidogiri Islamic Boarding School, namely 1718 or 1745. In a note written by Panca Warga 1963 it was stated that the Pondok Pesantren Sidogiri was established in 1718. The note was signed by Almaghfurlahum KH. Noerhasan Nawawie, KH. Cholil Nawawie, and K. A. Sa'doellah Nawawie on October 29, 1963.

Caption : Sidogiri Islamic Boarding School (localguide Pondok Pesantren)

Pondok Modern Darussalam Gontor Ponorogo (PMDG) or better known as Pondok Modern Gontor is one of the Islamic boarding schools located in Ponorogo Regency, East Java. This pesantren is famous for the application of discipline, mastery of foreign languages (Arabic and English), regeneration and a very strong alumni network. Since its founding in 1926, Gontor is an educational institution that is not bound by any political organization and social organization

Caption Gontor Islamic Boarding School (local guide Winarno Abdullah)
Its history, the AL-AMIEN PRENDUAN boarding school cannot be separated from the history of the development of Islam in Prenduan itself. Because Kiai Chotib (the grandfather of the present caregivers) who started the business of building an Islamic education institution in Prenduan, was also a Kiai developing Islam in Prenduan. The effort to build the bull was actually a continuation of his sister-in-law's business, Kiai Syarqowi, who moved to Guluk-guluk after about 14 years of fostering the Prenduan community in order to fulfill the mandate of his friend, Kiai Gemma who died in Mecca.
Before leaving Prenduan to move to Guluk-guluk, Kiai Syarqowi asked Kiai Chotib to replace him guiding the Prenduan community, after previously marrying him to one of Prenduan's original daughters named Aisyah, or better known later with Nyai Robbani. Kiai Chotib gladly accepted the mandate.
A few years later, around the beginning of the 20th century, Kiai Chotib began pioneering the pesantren by establishing a small Langgar known as Congkop. Congkop Islamic Boarding School, that's how the community knows about this educational institution, because the building that was first established in the pesantren is a Congkop-shaped building (a Joglo-like square building). The building stands on arid and narrow arid land surrounded by burial grounds and shrubs, approximately 200 meters from the langgar founded by Kiai Syarqowi

Caption : Al Amein Islamic Boarding School (local guide Hairul Fuad)