The annual Wonderful Indonesia Culinary and Shopping Festival (WICSF) is back again! A one-month long shopping extravaganza will hit 20 provinces around the country from September, 27 till October, 27.
Op 7, 8 en 9 september wordt de vierde Spang Makandra Cup | Golf Tournament gehouden, ten bate van het Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Ziekenhuis, Nederlands Kanker Instituut. Het worden zeker weer drie geweldige dagen met heel veel fun, food, drank en muziek.
De Hotspots van Dyantha Brooks: Van supermooie kunst tot goedkope heerlijke bami
‘Dit is de rustigste plek van Amsterdam in de drukste straat’.
Het is ook mogelijk om van de Spang Makandra-keuken te smullen op uw eigen parties of andere speciale gelegenheden bij een gezelschap van minimaal 20 personen.
One lesson I learned in Florence, when it comes to eating as a tourist, don't assume you'll just happen upon a great place to eat. You might do, but chances are, like us, you'll end up paying standard prices for very unexceptional dining.
Amsterdam is known for its Surinamese cuisine… apparently. I don’t know about you, but in my experience Surinamese and Indonesian food often get lumped in together, and even when you think you’ve ordered the former it turns out to be the latter. It’s not helped by the fact that Surinamese cuisine has been influenced and infiltrated by the cuisines of China, Indonesia, Africa, South America (and probably more besides!) so it’s hard to know what we even mean when we talk about Surinamese food. Plus, while there are plenty of higher-end sit-down Indonesian restaurants, most Surinamese “restaurants” are in fact takeaways.
Travis Gregg: Saota soup is great. The fried rice and lamb is amazing!
Polo I.Polo Iglez: Awesome Surinam food. Homemade soup is a must (with whole egg inside). Tikka chicken was all right.
Spotted by Locals - city guides by localsSpotted by Locals - city guides by locals: The portions are really big, so don't order too much!
This super delicious Surinamese-Javanese is one of our favorite restaurants in Amsterdam! Craving some home style Surinamese or Indonesian food? Then head to Spang Makandra and order up a bowl of tasty goodness!
Come visit Spang Makandra, a super delicious Surinamese-Javanese restaurant that is one of our favorites in Amsterdam. The portions are very generous and the prices are very reasonable. What’s not to love?
Have you tried saoto ayam? This Indonesian chicken soup is sure to warm you up on a blustery day. Some say Spang Makandra makes the best version they have ever had outside of Indonesia. We agree that it is delicious!