Saturday, October 6, 2018

Baksoto, Great Eastern Mall

Bakso for the belly, soto for the soul: Baksoto, Great Eastern Mall’s newest eatery, specialises in two of Indonesia’s most beloved street-food classics, doing delicious justice to a time-honoured culinary heritage that stretches from the stalls of Sumatra to the waroengs of Sulawesi.

The bakso comes brimming with tenderly flavoursome beef balls, their bovine richness deepened by fresh morsels of beef in an aromatically soothing, slow-boiled beef broth, curled up with egg noodles for a bowl that’s both hearty and heart-warming.

The soto is equally enjoyable, with a mix of glass noodles and nasi impit immersed in a harmoniously spiced soup that speaks of galangal, ginger and turmeric, completed with marinated shredded chicken, crispy shallots and a house-made chilli paste.

For only RM8.90 each, the bakso and soto would be worthwhile orders for fans of Southeast Asian cuisine, hitting all the right notes for a fuss-free but fulfilling meal.

Baksoto
Level 3, Great Eastern Mall, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: +6011-2105-3556

This feature first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

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4 comments:

  1. When bakso married soto, eh? LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, i don't often have bakso or soto in kl, so this was a nice experience :)

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  2. The soup must be packed with a lot of flavours, look at the murky thick broth!

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    1. Choi Yen: oh yes, it tastes slow-cooked with lots of flavoursome spices! :)

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