Red Soup for Rainy Days

After some hassle and dazzle, I managed to kidnap my family to try the new restaurant in Tuban, The Red Soup. Upon entering the door, we were welcomed by a bunch of smiling staff and the heat emanating from the front kitchen. Customers have to order and pay first in the cashier, much in the fashion of the food court. On the wall, I found another selection apart from the red soup, which is salad, sandwich and the usual array of easily cooked meals. All are averagely priced 27,000 IDR. For the red soup, we were given the choice of rice or croutons, price included.

The red soup is a homey meal and it said to be one of the Cina Peranakan cuisine, mainly in East Java area. The red soup contains macaroni, carrots, chicken, broccoli, sausage and meatballs. Simply perfect for the gloom rainy days lately in Bali. The sphagetti also quite tasteful and should be tried. The service and cleanliness are good. The interior is quite surprising and somewhat above expectation. It certainly doesn’t feel as homey as the soup. I feel more in a brothel than in the restaurant (that’s the bitchy interior designer me speaking). Good value, good taste. I would keep coming back.

The Red Soup
Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai - Tuban (across Rama Tour)
Phone 0361 - 764738

1 komentar:

zaza said...

the red soup bali emank ok, itu tempat favourit saya, sekarang bayarnya selesai kita makan...
di the red soup sekarang jg ada menu HANGING KEBAB n UDANG BAKAR, rasanya nendang banget, apalagi sekarang lagi ada discount 40% food only, jadi makin sering deh ke TRS ^_^


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