Friday, February 29, 2008


I finally got to eat my favourite lontong - before Ramadan that is. There is this stall which will be
selling lontong at Sect 14 Ramadan Bazaar. They have the perfect kuah kacang - peanut gravy.  Well finally found their stall at 
the foodcourt inSect 14. So I can have lontong anytime of the year :P
For those who is not familiar with asian food, lontong is made of compressed rice that is then cut into
small cakes. the dish is usually served cold or at room temperature with sauce-based dishes such as gado-gado and salads, although it can be eaten as an accompaniment to other dishes such as curries - definition from wikipedia.

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Lezard said...

This looks very nice, I'd like to try it once.
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FĂ©nix - Bostonscapes said...

I only had longton twice (last time in Amsterdam, of all places!) and both times the dishes looked and tasted very different from one another and also from the one in your photo - probably due to regional interpretations. It's a very tasty dish.

marley said...

Looks tasty! Thanks for the info as I've never heard of this before :)

Ming the Merciless said...

I've heard of it but never eaten it before. I have had gado-gado a couple of times and love it, especially the peanut/satay sauce.

Unknown said...

I love lontong! does not look pedas enough for me though. hehe..

actually, my favourite lontong is in this little town called bp. yum yum. haha...

J.C. said...

I love my lontong with sambal ikan bilis banyak-banyak! In fact, I just had it for dinner last nite!

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