Today is the last day of Ramadhan, eh? I'm sorry for all mistakes I've done yaaa, either it is mis-spelling or wrong grammar or maybe my posts has caused a pain for you :')
BTW last June I attended one of my best friend's akad ceremony, in Surabaya's Grand Mosque.
What I wore: chiffon top (Mangga Dua), square hijab (Mangga Dua), pleated skirt (Icons) - well yeah I owned this skirt since 2 years ago and you've seen it a lot in this blog ;)
Soooo happy to meet college besties!!
Barakallah, Dayat & Sasha!
BTW have you tried the famous Bebek Sinjay (Sinjay fried duck) in Madura?? I haven't been there (to Madura). Luckily Sinjay opened its branch in Surabaya. After the ceremony, me & friends go to KAZA City (Kapas Krampung - Surabaya) to taste the delicious duck. WOWWWW it's yummyyyyy I wanna eat it again :P
People say, in Madura, Sinjay's car park is always full, and you're lucky if you can buy the fried duck because it's sold out fast, with long queue.
In KAZA City food court, buying Sinjay duck was just a breeze. Service was fast, and they had lots of stock. Alhamdulillah, after 13 years living in Surabaya (and already moved to Jakarta now), I've tasted Sinjay =___=
And now, my Surabaya Culinary checklist I haven't done is:
Sego Sambel Mak Yeye (Madam Yeye's Chili Rice)
Nasi Goreng Jancuk (**** Fried Rice - super hot)
My Fave Surabaya Culinary I always look forward when I go to Surabaya:
Lontong Mie Ny. Marlia - Ps. Atum (Madam Marlia Rice Noodle - errrr I don't know how to translate this food to English :)))))
Fried Duck - basically any fried duck in Surabaya is DELICIOUSSSS
*Puasa-puasa kok ngomongin makanan*