Auntie’s Lomie PIK

We always love the taste of garlicky lomie that we frequent in Singapore so when we spotted a lomie shop at PIK, we went ahead and tried it.

The lomie here is different with the ones in Singapore. The usual lomie (a.k.a lor mee) in Singapore is thick soup based with crunchy pork lard and spoonfull of chopped garlic on top of the noodle. This lomie is slightly less thick soup based topped with minced meat that has been fragrantly stirfried with onion (bawang merah).

The taste is equally nice. However, due to personal preference, I prefer the garlicky taste of Singapore’s lor mee

We also ordered their special noodle. It tasted ok but not to die for. I would probably go back for their lomie but not noodle




Kwetiaw Aciap

I always love kwetiaw no matter how they cooked it. I just like the texture and taste of the rice noodle. So we went to Kwetiaw Aciap for lunch today.

It’s halal so no pork but it’s soooo good 🙂 almost as good as the non-halal Medan version of kwetiaw that I deeply love.

This was my second time having kwetiaw bun. When I first tried it, the shop assistant told me that kwetiaw bun is half fried and half siram (what is the english word for siram?).

It’s just perfect, not too dry and not too soupy.


Grandma Thai, PIK

Been wanting to try this restaurant since before it was opened because we tried Grandma’s Suki and absolutely love it! While I am not really a fan of suki, I found Grandma’s Suki really tasty and don’t mind going back again and again! Will post later about it.

So since they share the same Grandma logo, I assume they are under the same management and I did really hope they share the same good taste. They both are generally quite busy and crowded during meal times.

We ordered Fried Taro IDR30k, Papaya Salad IDR35k, Green Curry Chicken IDR48k, Tom Yam Fried Rice IDR35k, Lemongrass Tea IDR18k and Thai Ice Green Tea IDR18k.

The foods were a little bit spicy and overall taste were ok.
But honestly, if I were to crave for Thai food, I would still prefer Jittlada.