Bakmi means noodles, whereas Abun is a person’s name (Chinese nick name). So this restaurant offers Abun’s noodles. This is my mom’s favourite noodles when she was young (around 30 years ago). She really loves their wonton / dumpling (suikiaw) (see the pictures underneath). Their first branch is at Gang Kelinci, Pasar Baru street market, Jakarta Pusat. Every time I go with my mom to Pasar Baru, we always eat chicken noodles either here, bakmi Gang Kelinci, or Bakmi Sui Sen (https://goodmorningjakarta.wordpress.com/2012/08/29/bakmi-sui-sen-sui-sen-noodles/).
The tastes of all their food are great and I love the texture of their noodles. Don’t forget also to order their nasi goreng (fried rice). Bakmi and nasi goreng are the must ordered food in this restaurant and when you come to Jakarta 😉
Bakmi Abun (Abun’s Noodles) Jl. Boulevard Timur blok NB1 No.51
Kelapa Gading, Jakarta Utara
Ph. (021) 4515465
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“Nasi campur” means mixed rice or rice with mixed type of pork, such as roast pork, pork satay, pork ears, steam pork (siomay), fried pork (ngohiang) as well as eggs and slices of cucumber. It is also served with pork ribs soup. It is simply nice and you must try while you are in Jakarta 🙂
Jl. Boulevard Raya, Kelapa Gading
(opposite Kelapa Gading Mall)