Jun Njan: Always Remember The Roots

To break the last day of fasting, I, Maga, Junior, Meina & Widya went to Jun Njan Seafood Restaurant at Gandaria City.  The place was rather packed with families missing their maids who had gone home to their villages for “Lebaran”.  In spite of the long wait for the food to be served, and the absent of garnishes, the food remained delicious as usual.  The oyster sauced crab was still the best.  So was the hot and salted fried squit.  The third generation who managed several Jun Njan restaurants seemed doing very well in maintaining the old recipes and family’s value of  Always Remember the Roots.

Categories:

Chinese, Seafood

Address:

Ambience:

Typical Chinese Indonesian Restaurant

Attire:

Casual

Price Range:

Rp 100.000,-  –  Rp 150.000,- / person

Date of   Visit:

August 18, 2012.  Dinner with Maga, Junior, Meina and Widya

Our Orders and the Prices:

Iced Tea                          Rp.  10.000,-

Mineral Water               Rp.   8.000,-

Stean Rice                      Rp.   6.000,-

Water Melon Juice       Rp.  20.000,-

Oyster sauced crabs

Hot and salty fried calamary

Small fried mantao

Pocai with four kind of eggs

Prawn mayonaise

Fried pigeons

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