Nom Nom : Street Snacks – Cakue & Kue Bantal (Char Kway & Pillow Cake)

Leonny

 

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There we were in one old alley.

Very near a popular noodle eating place called ‘Bakmi Aboen’ at Pasar Baru.

We spotted a *very* simple stall selling Cakue and ‘Pillow Cake’.

(Cakue is also known as ‘cakwe’, ‘youtiao’ or ‘char kway’)

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The stall looks like it hasn’t changed much since 1980s!

And, each cakue is sold at only Rp 2500 (S$0.35!)

What a bargain!

And btw, the cakue tasted nice too!

Nom nom!

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8 Comments to "Nom Nom : Street Snacks – Cakue & Kue Bantal (Char Kway & Pillow Cake)"

  1. Juwii  24 January, 2013 at 03:54

    Makanan kesukaanku… Lah beneran namanya jadi ‘pillow cake’ kue bantal?

  2. Leonny  21 January, 2013 at 11:02

    hello semua,

    waktu ke toko kecil jual cakue ini, kami baru saja makan Bakmi Aboen =) Jadi, beli sebagai snack deh, dan ga dimakan dengan bubur waktu itu =)

    Tapi kalau dimakan dgn bubur panas2, wahhh … nikmat! =D

  3. Silvia U  20 January, 2013 at 21:24

    Suka sm cakue juga ham ci peng. Enaaak.

  4. Mawar09  19 January, 2013 at 04:00

    Dulu sering ketempat ini bersama teman-teman se-gank ketika masih di Jakarta dan ngumpul2 setiap akhir pekan. JC….. ayo kita kesana bersama teman2 lainnya kalau aku mudik !!!

  5. J C  18 January, 2013 at 18:21

    Aku tahu tempat ini…memang asik blusukan di gang ini…uenak semua dari ujung sampai ujung…

  6. Dj. 813  18 January, 2013 at 18:09

    Hhhhmmm bubur ayam denga cak kwee, papsti sangat enak…
    Salam manis dari Mainz.

  7. [email protected]  18 January, 2013 at 16:48

    :O…. kok ga pake bubur?

  8. James  18 January, 2013 at 11:28

    SATOE, cakwee and bantal

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