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    Chinese food at Serpong

    Serpong is a town not far from where i live. some golf courses and a couple of large shopping malls. we visit from time to time. (actually can get some good pork here - which is closer than going all the way into North Jakarta).

    Any this day I decided to try another Chinese restaurant - unfortunately they didnt have any pork products, but they did have roast duck!



    the dim sum was also good...



    and i love chicken feet!



    there was another bule (westerner) sitting almost right next to us arguing with his younger wife...

    turns out their order took too long and then they got pissed that I got served first and walked out!


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    Chinese roast duck and goose- best in the world.
    I like dim sum too, but have to travel about 12km to central Pattaya to get some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Chinese roast duck and goose- best in the world.

    Absolutely - cant find any good stuff in Phuket though.

    Best I have ever had was in Karak - halfway between KL and Kuantan.

    Its a 100% chinese village/small town in the middle of a muslim area and have coffee shops( Kedai Kopi) that specialise in roast duck - bloody wonderful .
    Used to do the hour drive just for the food!.
    They also do roast wild boar sometimes and would telephone me when they were doing it !!!

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    here's the address details for anyone that wants...

    Golden Pearl,
    BSD, Junction,
    BSD City Serpong
    Tanerang, Indonesia

    +62-21-5316 2256

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    tangerang you numpty

    oh and bsd junction

    jeez, some people...


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    erm, yeah.

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    That's right Kingwilly, without pork, it won't be delicious.
    Have you gone to Grand Brilliant Palace in Jl.Juanda in front of Istana Negara ?
    They provide many pork product. Everyday started from 22:00 - 01:30 (I'm not sure this time) they also provide ALL YOU CAN EAT. You may eat as much as you can all of the food they provide by only paying more or less Rp.50,000. And by the Rp.50,000, you can enjoy any kinds of Chinese food like Fish Porridge, Bubur ubi, babi panggang (Chasiu roasted pork), Pork leg, Crispy roasted pork, Roasted duck, roasted Chicken, Several parts of the pig organs such as tongue, ear, Chicken Egg with ketchup sauce, salted duck egg, Phi tan Egg, Anykinds of Vegetable product, shell.
    You also can enjoy anykinds of Dimsum, and it's really fresh Dimsum, Dimsum is served every one hour. Once the Dimsum comes out, you have to take it to your table soon otherwise you will miss it. Many people take several baskets of dimsum. Ya rebutan deh.

    Dimsum such as HaKau (Shrimp Dumpling), Bakpau (Baozi), Chicken claws (Kaki Ayam), Siomay (ShaoMai), steamed minced pork with it's bone, steamed spring roll.

    After that you may enjoy Chicken porridge, Ci Chong Huan, and any kinds of dessert such as Es CinCau (Qing Cao / Green Leaf ), Cakes, Dishes, and there are still many more.

    In that ALL YOU CAN EAT Hours you can enjoy them all only by paying more or less Rp.50,000

    If it's not All You Can Eat Hours, just order the food and pay like usual. When it 's in ALL YOU CAN EAT Hours, if you order the food from the menu list other than the food provided in ALL YOU CAN EAT list, you have to pay the price of the food you order other than the ALL YOU CAN EAT price Rp.50,000

    Just try

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    wow - sounds good. I havent tried it yet.

    I very much like nasi campur - there is one in Serpong ITC 4th floor in the food court and also one in the food court of Grand Indonesia that i like to visit.

    Tonight I am going to the German University to sample this for dinner!


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    hmmmm, it was delicious!


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