Bakmi GM

Overall taste: 6/10 | 2016 | Terminal 3, Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Tangerang 15126 Jakarta, Indonesia

Originally called Bakmi Gajah Mada (I assume it was because the first store, which opened in 1959, was in the Gajah Mada area), Now, it is a franchise with branches all over Jakarta. This was Jeff’s childhood equivalent of McDonalds.

Bakmi Special GM – GM Special Noodles (Rp. 25,909 ~ $2 USD) [Jeff used to like it when he was young, but found it lacking after trying it 12 years later. This is probably because he has tried a lot of delicious food since then. Lynn is not a fan of it either. It’s basically salty noodles with a little bit of oil without any other flavour.]

Bakso Kuah – 5 pieces of meatballs in soup (Rp. 21,364 ~ $1.6 USD) [average]

Pangsit Goreng – 5 pieces of fried wontons (Rp. 15,455 ~ $1.16 USD) [this is good, but nothing spectacular]