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Mie Rica Kejaksaan, Bandung, West Java

Another day in Bandung, great idea for breakfast should be noodles. As information, there's a good spot for having typical chinese noodle around Braga area. It is called Mie Rica Kejaksaan, from it name, sure we know they are using pork as meat ingredient.

At the morning, this place is quite crowded by customers. And it place does not really huge, only about 5-10 small tables in restaurant. No air conditioner  here, only using fan around.

The main dish here is Mie Rica Pedas. Noodles topped with minced pork. It marinated in thick spicy sauce.



It is good. Noodles has nice texture and minced meat absolutely tasty. But be careful, it is really hot! each bite of meat does give a spicy sensation. Note: mixed with well with noodles to have better taste. For you afraid with spicy, you may choose normal Mie Rica. Next dish is Bihun Goreng Pangsit. It is fried white noodle with soy sauce and complete with dumpling soup.


My friend said, this one not really fascinating. All she could taste is about sweet soy sauce covered up the noodles. Even she couldn't taste the meat, and somehow is it too dry. Well, i guess this one is not recommended. Last noodle here is Mie Pedas Casao. Basically, it is not really different with Mie Rica, only it has sweet taste mixed with spicy.


For me, i don't really like this one since i prefer salt noodles. I think noodles kind of mushy, but good thing it has nice pork slices and crunchy pork skin does give another sensation having this noodles. Don't forget we also ordered the Fried Shrimp Meatball. It is meatball fried with flour with shrimp inside.


I am not sure why this one is popular, It is under my expectation though. Meatballs are too much flour, like whole ball is chewy tapioca flour, only tiny squeeze of shrimp, even i couldn't taste it. So my recommendation here should be only the noodles. And for price, i can't say it is really save your cost since for 6 person noodles we pay around Rp 350,000.++ it is quite high price for typical noodles in small eatery i think. 

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