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The Turkish influence on German society: Turkish Doner // Very popular fast food here in Germany.

The Turkish influence on German society: Turkish Doner // Very popular fast food in Germany.- can't wait to sample in Turkey

Japchae = Korean Sweet Potatoe noodles with veggies - soooo goood. Tried at the Asian night market and now want to make it. Yum!

Japchae = Korean Sweet Potatoe noodles with veggies - soooo goood. Tried at the Asian night market and now want to make it.

Indonesian Fried Stuffed Tofu Recipe (Tahu Isi, Tahu Berontak, Gehu, Tahu Sumpel, Tahu Susur).

Indonesian Tofu and Tempe Madness: Fried Stuffed Tofu (Tahu Isi, Tahu Berontak, Gehu, Tahu Sumpel, Tahu Susur). My childhood snack!

Wings!

My dad took me with him to pick up KFC once. Being from a large family, it was a very rare treat.

Martabak / 30 Delicious Indonesian Dishes You Need To Try

30 Delicious Indonesian Dishes You Need To Try

There are two types of martabak in Indonesia. The folded pan-fried stuffed crispy pancake in the picture above is martabak telor. The filling is made of minced beef, scallions, and onions.

Homemade Shin Cup-Style Spicy Korean Ramyun Beef Noodle Soup

Homemade Shin Cup-Style Spicy Korean Ramyun Beef Noodle Soup

Martabak - Martabak is a very famous street food and they could be spotted in almost every corner of the city after 5pm daily.

Martabak - Big Thick Indonesian Pancake baked from just one side and filled with sticky rice / chocolate and shredded coconut. A pitty nobody makes this for Breakfast.

Batagor fried , how to resist??

This is one of my favorite street food called Batagor Siomay. It's original a dish from Bandung (the capital city of West Java).

Dim Sum refers to a style of Cantonese food prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food traditionally served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. Eating dim sum at a restaurant is usually known in Cantonese as going to “drink tea” or “yum cha”, as tea is typically served with dim sum. You can try Yum Cha Restaurant in Chinatown (Block 20, Trengganu Street, #02-01). By Taxi: 12 mins from RP

Ban Heng Pavilion Restaurant - 萬興樓 (formerly Dragon Gate Restaurant) most probably offers the cheapest Dim Sum Buffet around Singapore with.


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