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Menu ~ Black and White Friday

Here are some photos when we had dinner outside. My youngest daughter at that time was wanting to enjoy Acehnese food (a province and one of the 300 major ethnic groups or one of the 1,340 indigenous tribes in my country) that she liked, and in chance, her mother’s sister liked Acehnese noodles.

The restaurant belongs to two celebrities, both are comedian and host who designs they restaurant in a warung (stall/simple shop or restaurant) style but is quite unique with a comedy theme, with various cartoon images of himself as well as various odd decorations.

The restaurant kitchen is in the front so visitors can see how they cook food, while the area for processing drinks is also open so it can also be seen how they demonstrate making drinks, such as various coffees and especially “pull tea”, which unfortunately I have forgotten to take pictures of how they made it. The pictures that I share here are the restaurant areas where they make drinks, the top of which is also listed part of the various menus available.

  • Can you read various menus or various other writings listed there?

    • Yes
    • No
  • What menu or words can you recognize from this picture?

    • Yes
    • No
  • What about the words in this picture?

    • Yes
    • No

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  1. Users voted 9 times.
    Q: Can you read various menus or various other writings listed there?

    Yes (1 votes) – 11%
    No (8 votes) – 89%

    Q: What menu or words can you recognize from this picture?

    Yes (7 votes) – 78%
    No (2 votes) – 22%

    Q: What about the words in this picture?

    Yes (8 votes) – 89%
    No (1 votes) – 11%

  2. I can recognize kopi and teh. I was looking for babi goleng but I saw it said breakfast πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I remember walking a long distance just to find a certain resto in Bali where, according to internet, serves the best babi goleng. I will go for matarbak if you will ask me.

    • Yes, I’m sure you are quite familiar with the two drinks, coffee, and tea.
      What? Babi goleng/goreng? Aceh is a province called the Special Region of Aceh which is also known as the Veranda of Mecca, so you are looking for something that cannot be there.

      You may choose martabak because there are also Aceh martabak there.

      • I am kinda Chinese so we pronounce R as L πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Albelt 😜. My brother visits Aceh every once in a while due to work. I know that babi is pork and I used to joke about it around Hindu and Muslim friends for no good reason except that I am a pixie 😜

          • Hindus do not approve people who eat anything that has life like pigs (same with Muslims), chicken, cows (most especially), etcetera, etcetera. But since I am not people, I like sending them pictures of my lunch which are usually meat πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. I know, I know, not good so shoot me 😜

  3. I could read some words but don’t know what they mean, but this is very interesting and I like the idea of showing people how they cook food they prepare…
    This is really a good idea, some people don’t know how to cook at all.

    • Basically, about 95% of the words there are food or beverage menu names.

      That is why I call this restaurant a warung style because like a stall that sells food in general, the kitchen or cooking area is indeed close to the customer area, but for restaurants, this is indeed an interesting idea.

    • Yes, teh tarek is tea. The tea which is tea mixed with milk without stirring but pouring from the glass into another glass with one hand from a height; one hand poured from far above the head to another glass held with another hand receives below and carried out alternately up to several times. Tarek (logat Aceh) = tarik or pull

      Have a good weekend, Howard.

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