We tried some street foods when going to Seongsan Ilchulbong, one of UNESCO World Heritage.
Roti is Cambodia street food that is originated from India. Well, a bit surprising for us because the word Roti itself is a word in Indonesia vocabulary and we always think it's native Indonesian word. Turns out the name originated from India. What it really is?
Feeling exhausted after walking/shopping around the lively Orchard Road of Singapore? Well, take a rest while sitting and watching the street performers do their attractions. How about eating something to chill your mind out? There is a street food famously attached with Orchard Road, the ice cream! Well, do not overthink it. Of course it won't... Continue Reading →
Turkish Delight (TD) is traditional dessert from Turkiye. We got the dessert as a gift from relative who come back from that country. The variant we got is : Cifte Kavrulmus Duble Fistikli Lokum Double Roasted Pistachio Rich Turkish Delight Locals called TD as Loqum. The shape is dice-like, with glutinous texture like jelly. The taste is sweet... Continue Reading →