That evening, I had dinner at a Kaki Lima stall that sells Nasi Goreng. The place is located at Jalan Pekantan, also known as Nasi Goreng Pandu since the place can be accessed from Pandu street as well. They started selling at about 6 in the evening. The fried rice they serve reminds me of Nasi Goreng Kebon Sirih, as they also prepare the fried rice in big batches. I ordered a portion of nasi goreng with sunny side up egg 12K. To be honest, I don’t really understand what is so special about this fried rice besides it’s preparation style. The taste is a bit bland to my palate. But this place surely got a lot of customer every night.