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Monday, 3 February 2014

Out of Bamboo, the Bar & Restaurant

Walking along the lakeside of Lake Toba from Samosir Cottage yet 3 of us are unable to find the Jenny's Cafe as being recommended by LonelyPlanet. It looks natural and special from outside, we've decided to stop for a break at Bamboo Bar & Restaurant to fill our hunger. Laying back and resting at the sofa, this is a strategic location to enjoy the view of Lake Toba.

We're definitely in the mood for Indonesian food and we've thus decided to share the Fried Noodles with Veges and Chicken, Sate Chicken with Peanut Sauce and Chicken Sambal Indonesian Sauce. The fried noodle is quite similar to our fried Maggi instant noodle at the local Malay hawker stall. Even though the chicken meat is dry and slightly hard yet the fried noodle tastes delicious in over all. The Sate is special as it's made of the cubic chicken meat that is then being topped with a smooth peanut sauce that tastes a little alike the peanut jam. The Sate Chicken is acceptable but it's slightly too dry and hard as it's using the breast meat. On the other hand, I actually prefer the grounded peanut sauce that is rougher and crunchier. My favourite dish is the Chicken Sambal Indonesian Sauce that is spicy and with a little sourness to stimulate the appetite. No Belacan or the fermented fish and prawn paste is used in the Indonesian Sambal that it doesn't stink. This is really a delicious dish that I've enjoyed it to the fullness.

When you're tired after some sightseeing on the feet, this is a great place to stop by for a drink and to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Lake Toba. Why not... especially the food is tasty anyway.

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