So far we’ve always been eating out at the malls but each time we pass by these side-walk structures I’d always tell my husband I’d like to experience Indonesian street food someday.
So we finally did a couple of nights back 🙂 It was definitely a novel experience – everybody was al fresco, our table was a bit wobbly with the uneven ground and we were right outside the kitchen, separated only by a wall.
There was live entertainment right in front of us in the form of live crabs :
There was also some action going on to my right as coconuts were being prepped for serving their juice (that yellow chair is my husband’s just to show you the proximity).
Thankfully the lady stopped her chopping as she caught me sneaking alarmed glances at her sharp implement (and imagining it flying out of her hands):
We were in lively company. That table in front of us was just vacated, in case you’re now wanting us to move away from the coconuts:
I loved it! We walked back to our car shamelessly burping and rubbing our bellies with satisfaction. Well, it was already dark and nobody there knew me/us so … 😉