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Posted: 15 Nov 2013 06:00 PM PST

RM Family - Exterior

For decades we have acknowledged Ayam Pop as an essential part of the mythical Minang cuisine. However, the interesting fact about this particular dish is that it was actually discovered 'quite recently' or perhaps around several decades ago by a hawker's owner in Padang who relocated to Bukittinggi, West Sumatra. My most recent visit to the city brought me to know more about the inventor.

After accompanying my friend for an interview with Mr Amaury, the chairman of ASO – a company that organizes Tour de France and Dakar Rally, I decided to follow my good friend Daniel recommendation for Rumah Makan Family just nearby Grand Rocky Hotel, which is actually not that far from the most expensive hotel in Bukittinggi, The Hills.

It was around 8 pm and our hotel was pretty much far from the restaurant. My friend boldly asked a waiter whether there's any possibility for a cab to take us back to the hotel but some locals instead offered to call the taxi for us. While this may be an awkward move in an increasingly superficial society of the so-called modern Indonesia and their love for democracy back in Jakarta, but I tried to give it a chance to these gentlemen came far from the influence of the scandalous capital and perhaps, they're after all honest (and in the end, yes!).

RM Family - Ayam Pop 1RM Family - Sambal Ayam Pop

Meanwhile, we were served with the usual formation of Minang cuisine with the additional of the restaurant's specialty dishes of Ayam Pop and grilled gourami fish. If you're looking at Ayam Pop, it'll look like pale chicken pieces, maybe raw and somehow oily. It's definitely not inviting for many since the chicken was plucked out of its skin, making itself look 'naked'.

But here's something philosophical about it because it's the 'Don't judge a book by its cover' thing kicks in. This chicken, however uninviting as it may seem, has undergone series of good seasoning and of course, cleaning. The chicken then dunked into a hot coconut oil. The fragrance and all its goodness then linger thus it became something beautiful came out from heaven!

Its deep flavor combined with the tomato sambal has always been a lethal combo. Even another journalist friend who came here after my recommendation finished five pieces of chicken! That's just awesome, especially when you found out that the expectation fulfilled.

The restaurant itself appears like other rumah makan you'll find around West Sumatra but since it's located in a cool city like Bukittinggi and overlooking the valleys, the atmosphere here gives a major plus points. RM Family is simply where can found both the authenticity, great flavors, nice people (who actually helped us find a cab back to the hotel), and wonderful surroundings. Thank God for Tour de Singkarak, now I can scour the blessed land of West Sumatra with much ease.




Must eat: Ayam pop, gurame bakar, and other usual Minang dishes

Spend: IDR 30,000 – IDR 40,000 / person

Address: Jalan Yos Sudarso No. 3,  Bukittinggi – West Sumatra, Indonesia

Telp: +62.752.211.02 / 626.299

Opening hours: Everyday, 8 am – 9 pm


Taken from my other blog:

HITAM PUTIH KEHIDUPAN: Edisi Jalan Jalan : <b>Bukit Tinggi</b>, Pahang

Posted: 06 Nov 2013 09:11 AM PST

Hiii kenkawan... 
Alang-alang dah update, jom kita update lagi belog ini yer.. hiiiiii~~
Sementelah kebanyakan family The Sidek's ada kat KL ni kan, so keesokan hari selepas final Piala Malaysia tu, kami sepakat berjalan-jalan ke Bukit Tinggi, Berjaya Hills Resort, yang berada di negeri Tok Gajah yang menang Piala Malaysia ttuu... hehe..
Dalam sakit kepala berdenyut-denyut tu (sedari petang kat stadium tu lagi), sempat lagi ai entertain my adiks beradiks dan mak ke sana okeh. Alah, lagipun dekat jer kat sini kan... Sejam jer kot nak ke sana dari KL ni.. Aku penah pergi dulu tapi tak jalan sangat la.. Maklum situasi dan orang tidak mengizinkan... So now, selepas 8 tahun kot, aku ke sana lagi... with my family..
Seronok di sana, sambil ber kemho (camwhore) la, apalagik.. kihkihkihhhhhh
Situasi di Bukit Tinggi, Pahang ni memang seswai untuk jalan-jalan santai2 bersama family to ease ourselves... lari dari hiruk pikuk kita  ^___^   Tempat2 menarik kat sana lebih kepada bangunan ala-French yang menarik la kan.. Lebih di kenali dengan nama Colmar Tropicale. Selain tu, Japanese Village juga salah satu lagi tempat yang sangat serene dan menenangkan.. Canteekk sangat... Rabbit Farm jugak seswai untuk hiburan anak2 kecil.. Tapi kami tak berkesempatan ke Rabbit Farm tu sebab kejar masa Abang ku nak terus balik ke Kelantan, kang lambat pulak pergerakan, lambat pulak sampai di KB. 

Bayaran untuk masuk dan bersiar-siar di sana adalah RM 12 untuk dewasa dan RM 8 untuk kanak-kanak.
Lebih kurang pukul 3 petang, kami beransur.
Jom layan beberapa pic kemho kami aritu... kihsskihsskihsss..

NotakakiHD : Nice place... Nice sceneries.. Will go there again, surely :)

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