Spice It Up!

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Garuda is a place where you can enjoy authentic Indonesian cuisine. It is located in the heart of Makati’s business district. It does not only offer curry-infused food but also spicy food. Though the spice is at its highest level, you will not regret consuming it cause the taste is so legit you would want to ask for more—water!

Check out the dishes below

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Beef Sate-  One of Jakarta’s popular street food, Beef Sate is marinated in traditional herbs and spices with peanut sauce.

The beef is so tender with a little bit of sweetness in it. The bomb is in the peanut sauce. The combination will surely bring you to finish it all.

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Boneless Chicken Rendang- Rendang is Garuda’s signature dish. The meat is simmered in fresh coconut milk and traditional spices.

Rendang is the spiciest among other dishes that was ordered. But every bite of Rendang is sure a legit one. Caution to those not into spicy dishes, take it at your own risk.

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Nasi Goreng- The famous fried rice with vegetables.

Its not just a regular fried rice, its sweet and packed of vegetables. It also smell sweet and its not spicy.

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Mee Goreng- Jakarta-style fried noodles with vegetables.

The taste is a combination of salty and sweet which makes it more enjoyable to munch.

gulai

Gulai- An all vegetable soup cooked in coconut curry and spiced mildly.

If you are a vegetarian, you will surely love this one. There also other choices for your Gulai, whether you want it with beef, chicken, egg, blue marlin or just plain vegetable.

kropek

Krupuk- Indonesian crackers that is a must for every dish.

Crispy crackers with spicy and sweet dips.

So if you wanna try something new and something spicy, Garuda is the place to be.

 

Photos by: zomato.com, Restoran Garuda, Cheryl Tiu

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