Open in the Qraved app
No. 1 Food App for Indonesia
Follow us
Log in to Qraved to connect with people who love food.

Follow Us

For fresh content everyday

Dining out? You can ask us for recommendations!

Click to chat+6221 292 23070Operational Hours: 11AM-2PM
Download The App
Rumah Makan Andalas - banner 0

Rumah Makan Andalas

4.03 reviews
Indonesian • Danurejan • Below 100K
OPEN NOW Today 00:00 - 24:00
Opening Hours
Monday00:00 - 00:00
Tuesday00:00 - 00:00
Wednesday00:00 - 00:00
Thursday00:00 - 00:00
Friday00:00 - 00:00
Saturday00:00 - 00:00
Sunday00:00 - 00:00
CallBeen HereShare

Photos of Rumah Makan Andalas

Take Away

Reviews of Rumah Makan Andalas

3 ratings
 - @filosofinyamnyam
in InstagramApr 8, 2020
Jajangmyeon dates back to 1905, when it first appeared in Gonghwachun (공화춘; 共和春), a restaurant in Incheon Chinatown run by an immigrant from the Shandong Province of China. The restaurant is now the Jjajangmyeon Museum. Jajang (자장; alternately spelled jjajang 짜장) is derived from the Chinese word zhájiàng (炸酱), which means "fried sauce". Myeon (면) means "noodles". The Chinese characters are pronounced jak (작; 炸) and jang (장; 醬) in Korean, but the noodle dish is called jajangmyeon, not jakjangmyeon, because its origin is not the Sino-Korean word, but a transliteration of the Chinese pronunciation. Source : @wikipedia
 - @indahtheng
in InstagramApr 8, 2020
“The chief pleasure in eating does not consist in costly seasoning, or exquisite flavor, but in yourself.” — Horace . . 🎥 @ara.creative @raditya.maulana 📍@daejanggeum_yk #hanbok by @gbkostum . . #daejanggeum#daejanggeumrestokorea#daejanggeumjogja#restokorea#broinaction#explorejogja#wisatajogja#kulinerjogja#jogja
 - @meindahbeau
in InstagramApr 8, 2020
Terfavorit dr dulu "mi ya kuk" 😍 aaah entah gimana ejaan yg benar 😄 #koreanfood #daejanggeum