April 29, 2010 | Bogor, Chicken/Beef/Mutton, INDONESIAN CUISINE
Back to Bogor review. After having lunch at our friend’s home (his mom cooked a superb pecel lele & sambel terasi), we’re planning to try Soto Pak Salam before having dinner at Nasi Uduk Bansus. Unfortunately, Pak Salam didn’t open his business that day. Our friend who guided us suggested that we try Ny. Lily’s Catering while waiting for Nasi Uduk Bansus to open (it was around 4 PM and Bansus usually opens at 6 PM). The place is very simple and unassuming, only several tables and chairs. But this place was once reviewed by Bondan Winarno on Wisata Kuliner.
The dishes are the kinds of home cooked food that is already hard to find in Jakarta nowadays. We sampled several dishes such as: Ayam Panggang Santan that tasted very unique as the roasted chicken gave a hint of smokiness in the coconut milk soup and the chicken tasted very rich, Sayur Pucung which tasted a bit like rawon (East Java meat soup made using kluwek) but lighter, green chili cooked with tofu and nasi bakar. Overall, the dishes we sampled were great. Too bad I’m not living in Bogor or I’ll be having Ny. Lily’s Catering every day 🙂
Ny. Lily’s Catering
Jl. Batu Tulis No.38