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Bu Eva Spesial Sambal Offers 30 Indonesian Sambal

By Isny Dewi R

02 March 2020

Bu Eva Spesial Sambal offers 30 kinds of original Indonesian sambal.

Most Indonesians can’t eat if there is no sambal or chili sauce. And i’m one of them. Well, if you are also a sambal lover just like me, you should try eating at this restaurant, Bu Eva Spesial Sambal. Bringing the words "Spesial Sambal", of course the mainstay at this restaurant is the sambal. Then what's special about sambal at Bu Eva Spesial Sambal? Here is the review!

Bu Eva Spesial Sambal can be found on Jalan Bendungan Hilir Raya Blok G.I No. 4, in Jakarta Pusat. The fifth store of KULO Group turns out offers 30 kinds of original Indonesian sambal. Wow! The new restaurant, which was officially opened on February 20, is KULO Group's latest dedication and breakthrough for sambal lovers, with a mission to bring Indonesian food and drinks at affordable prices.

The top ten sambal at this restaurant including sambal bawang mateng, sambal korek, sambal terasi mangga, sambal terasi matang, sambal terasi tomat mentah, sambal daun jeruk, sambal kacang, sambal matah, sambel teri, and sambal pete.

While 20 other sambal include sambal pecak, sambal terasi mentah, sambal bawang mentah, sambal bawang mentah duo, sambal korek ijo, sambal penyet, sambal tomat, sambal kalasan manis, sambal ulek lamongan, sambal bajak, sambal ijo, sambal ijo teri, sambalado merah, sambalado ijo, sambal tahu, sambal tempe. sambal pecel, sambal kecap, sambal dabu-dabu, and sambal mercon.

Photo credit: Instagram @buevaspesialsambal

Bu Eva Spesial Sambal certainly not only offering 30 types of Indonesian sambal. There are also a variety of foods that are very familiar on our tongue, such as ayam goreng kremes, ayam kampung bakar, empal daging, ikan nila goreng, ikan gurame, cumi goreng tepung, as well as sayur asem, plecing kangkung, to jengkol goreng, and a variety of fried foods that are very delicious combined with your favorite sambal.

Prices for sambal variant are quite affordable, starting at Rp. 3,000 to Rp. 6,500. As for food, it ranges from Rp. 5,000 to Rp. 35,000 for favorite menus such as ayam goreng, kulit goreng, serta sayur asem, dan plecing kangkung.

Located in the city center, Bu Eva Spesial Sambal can be an alternative for office workers who are confused where to eat lunch. In addition to the workers, this restaurant can also be an option for those of you who really like sambal.

Top photo credit: Instagram @buevaspesialsambal

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Bu Eva Spesial Sambal
Jl. Bendungan Hilir Blok G1 No. 4, Jakarta Pusat

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Setiap hari: 11.00 – 15.00 & 17.00 – 22.00 WIB

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