Next place is Bakmie Tjeng Hok. According to the owner, Tjeng Hok is the name of his grandfather. At earlier time, since 1957, they only sell their noodle on the roving cart. They started to settled at this place on 1990’s.
The place is not too large, only occupied for about 30 person. They still keep the cart which used for a long long time ago.
It’s a strongly hot weather right now! So while I’m waiting for my noodle, I order a glass of orange juice and eat Pangsit Goreng (Fried Dumpling) that already provided in our table. The fried dumpling skin is so crispy and the pork fatty meat inside is tasty. Quite good! Price 2 K. Eat that with chili sauce!
Not until 10 minutes of waiting, here it come my Pork Noodle. Price 17 K. The noodle’s texture is very tender, it came in quite a big portion. With minced pork meat and caisim veggies on top, the Chinese traditional taste is punching out and suddenly bring me back to my childhood memory. Although this is not my favorite kind of noodle, but it’s quite satisfied my grumpy tummy.
Baso Tahu (tofu with pork meat) in this restaurant is quite famous too. Price 6 K. The tofu is soft and the mix of blended pork meat with garlic is become the perfect combination. Quite okay!
Bakmie Tjeng Hok
Jl. Otto Iskandardinata No. 17