we ask our driver where can we eat most recommended mie godog. and the driver bring us here. at first we don't really sure. but we decided to eat here anyway. we wait for almost 30 minutes (because of the queue) but it worth every...More
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I always come here everytime I crave for.Javanese noodle. Their boiled noodle is my favorite! Gosh... I am drooling already while I am writing this review. Ok..I guess it's about time to visit this place again and order another bowl of boiled noodle!! I LOVE...More
This is a street side eating and not a restaurant. But it is very popular especially to domestic visitors who teavel to Yogyakarta. The noodle was cooked and served by Pak Harjo Geno, so very often we have to be patient to wait for the...More
We are eat for dinner in this place for 2 consecutive nights. I would prefer to recommend to try their 'magelangan', 'mie godog ' and their 'mie goreng'. There is also 'es ketan' available for those who love 'desserts'...
The place is small and is in the traditional market. Guest may only want to order for take away. The taste is great anyway!
Many bakmi jawa in Jogja, but pak Harjo Geno is the best! Especially their bakmi godhog. Once we went there, we must be patient because there always be much queues due to pak Harjo Geno make the bakmi one by one for each portion
need time to get your meals because only one chef for many customer. The taste is excellent for traditional jogja noodle.
Another sweet dish that I failed to like. It is supposed to be very crowded on high season due to the cooking technique. The chef cooks the dish one by one and he still uses bricket for the traditional stove. They have Dry Bakmi Jawa...More
The late Ex-President Suharto is the regular customer of this place. They use a duck egg instead of chicken egg and mix the noodle with ebi (mini prawn)