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The most famous nasi uduk seller in the town! There's also some "kerak telor" seller nearby the place...
After changed of owner I felt the fried rice has nothing to boast about anymore. Place a bit smelly, so better order from the car.
I went here once, nothing special in terms of taste, menu, or atmosphere, and it was a bit pricey for what they served. The rice came in super small portions wrapped in banana leaves, expensive for such small portions of rice.
the location is quite difficult to find but the taste of nasi uduk is excellent
its like the best nasi uduk in the whole world...well, except my mum's cooking...hihihi.. :)