I'm not a big fan of Indonesian street food.
The only street food I always asked for whenever I'm in Indonesia was Gado-gado.
There's the halal thing to consider too.
Gado-gado, which is basically just salad is the best bet for that.
There was once I was in Ubud, Bali and ended up eating almost just Gado-gado the whole week.
Only towards the end of the trip that I found a Japanese restaurant along Jalan Monkey Forest that I managed to take a break from my Gado-gado staple diet.
So, I was not very excited when a friend took me for a Bakso lunch at Kampung Melayu Majidee JB yesterday.
The stall #BaksoSuper is located at a house near a junction in front of the village mosque.
Surprisingly the Bakso tastes really good.
It's simple yet very tasty and refreshing.
The meatballs were just of the right texture and the broth was just nicely spiced up.
There's also the side dish of fried tempe and tofu.
Sorry that I'm not much of a food critic, and can't describe the whole thing properly.
If you are in JB, you may want to try the dish yourself.
The stall also offers other dishes of Indonesian street food.
You can see the simple menu here,
I think better of Indonesian street food now.
Maybe I will try the other dishes when I go back to the stall again later.
Okay, I need to do a bit more work and later on make an early exit for the trip back to Kluang.
Hopefully I can beat the usual traffic jam at Jalan Skudai.
Nope, still no politics today.