Mediterranean Taste at Bandung City, Indonesia

So, one day we decided to try a Mediterranean restaurant called Gaza around our house in Indonesia.

Full address : 72 Pahlawan Street, Bandung – Indonesia. Phone : +6222-7219361

(we aren’t paid for advertising whatsoever)

This place is quite well-known by foreigner/tourist who want to taste Middle-East foods in Bandung. When we were there, a lot of foreigner groups come to eat. Although, actually there are some other restaurants which are more famous, such as Kambing Kairo, etc.

Here are the foods we tried!

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Borekh

Savory Turkish pastry, made of thin flaky dough filled with cheese.   (Snack)

Price : Rp 24900

Ruzz Mandi Kharouf (lamb)

Delectable juicy lamb/chicken stem cooked with seasoned tomato paste basmatic rice in tandoor, known as national dish of Gulf States.   (Main course)

Price : Rp 77800 

Koffa Tavuk (chicken)

Grilled Moroccan minced lamb/chicken mixed with aromatic fresh herbs accompanied with pita bread and tasteful garlic sauces.   (Main course)

Price : Rp 59900

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Koffa Tavuk. The serving visual is  unique!

Chai Haleeb (cold)

Gulf states favorite beverage, the combination of milk and tea with exotic spices. Can be served hot/cold.   (Traditional beverages)

Price : Rp 18900

Sparkling Grape

A light and non-alcoholic traditionally brewed, delicious fruity taste of grapes.(Beverages)

Price : Rp 18900

Sorbet

Italian frozen dessert made from fresh fruit. Varians : watermelon, pineapple, soursop, strawberry.   (Dessert) 

Price : Rp 19000

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Sorbet strawberry.
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