Will Meyrick’s Journal
A relaxed affair, it’s shoes off at the front steps here, with ‘lesehan’ style seating on rattan floor mats.
Discover Bandung traditional egg noodles in clear beef broth with a hint of Asian celery
Thousands of plates later, Pak Jangkung is now at the helm of his own mini-rib empire in Bandung.
Street-side eating here is all about one thing only – tahu tipat. Originally from East Java but hugely popular here in Bali.
I feel very much at home in the atmosphere of markets, especially those in Bali where every day is market day, and nearly every night too
Jogyakarta is close enough to Bali that you can afford to take a few days from your island schedule to explore this intriguing part of Java, which while well known is often neglected by the Bali bound
I love to travel to East Java, I am surprised so few people take the trip from Bali to be honest, I mean, it is easy to get to, there are trains, buses and planes, you can hire a car with or without a driver and in five days see vast changes of character and climate....
One of Indonesia's most popular delicacies is Fish Head Soup. This popular dish is full of aromatic herbs and spices that make a delightful meal out of some very basic ingredients. It's a real tribute to resourcefulness of the cooks of Indonesia and their artful,...
Discovering the secrets of Balinese cuisine is a fascinating journey, and one that at times has an almost fairytale feel to it.
I have become enchanted by Malay culture, prompted by recent travels to Penang, conversations with people who identify themselves as Malay, and also by the confusion the word causes. Malay, Malaya and Malaysia all have different meanings, and those meanings can depend...