This Delicious Gonggong Enjoyed Right Above the Sea – With 90 percent of the area consisting of oceans, Riau Islands (Riau Islands) has a variety of culinary and marine tourism destinations. In fact, eating seafood is a tradition of the Riau Islands. Various sea animals are cooked with a distinctive image of Malay taste. Serving dishes like that last until now.
In the city of Batam sea cider became a popular culinary tourism destination. It’s not even complete to visit Batam if you don’t eat seafood. One of them is sea slug, barking.
If you visit Batam, barking dishes can be found in various places, from restaurants, hotels, angkringan and others. However, if you want to feel a different atmosphere, enjoy the barking above the floating restaurant. Sea water below the tourists, making the sound of faint ripples. And the sea breeze caresses the skin, the eyes are spoiled with the twilight atmosphere.
This Delicious Gonggong Enjoyed Right Above the Sea
The atmosphere can be found in Tanjungpiayu, Batam City, Riau Islands Province. The location is right at the very end of Batam island. If from the city center, Batam Center, it takes about 40 minutes to the location using a four-wheeled vehicle.
Along the waters of Tanjungpiayu there are several seafood spots. The one that is very popular is the Malay Seafood Restaurant 2.
This place is right in the Old Village of Tanjungpiayu Laut, Tanjung Piayu, Sei Beduk District, Batam City, Riau Islands. The place to eat is by the sea. The cottage which became the place to eat protrudes into the middle of the sea. Views of the vast sea and small islands become visual dining partners. This place is open every day starting at 09.00 WIB until 21:00.
If you want to eat at this place, visitors are advised to order food before coming. Because the queue is so long, especially when entering the weekend. “So it’s good to order first and then come here, because people are busy,” said Riri, a visitor to Tempo, recently. 99Bandar
RM Kampung Melayu 2 sells food from fresh sea animals. Starting from fish, crabs, shellfish and others. Shelter of marine animals are around the restaurant. Even some cages are found around the dining area.
For visitors who order can choose directly to the pool that has been provided. In the pond, we see sea animals that are still alive, ready to be cooked. “We sell fresh ones,” said Ando, one of the servants of RM Kampung Melayu 2.
He said every seafood served, valued per kilogram. This floating restaurant provides a variety of seafood dishes such as gongong, cuttlefish flour, shrimp stim, spicy and acidic snapper and others. The price varies, the spicy sour snapper menu is Rp144,000, while the cuttlefish flour is Rp55,000.
As for drinks, the most preferred guest in the form of young coconut or coconut dredge, so the restaurant waitresses. Because of the popularity of seafood, every tourist and artist who holds a show in Batam, do not forget to enjoy the typical seafood of Batam.