I came across the name of the restaurant: Pavilliun Sunda on Jalan Riau Bandung, when I was looking for a restaurant serving Sundanese food for a group of 50 people. My friend suggested Pavilliun Sunda, but I had never heard about this restaurant before.
Then I found out that it's on Jalan Riau, located few meters away from our favorite cafe, Two Cents. It used to be a maternity hospital, I remember one of my cousin gave birth there.
I couldn't believe what I saw when I visited Pavilliun Sunda for the first time, what a different place compared to what it used to be!
|From the interior, you can feel that it is an upscale Sundanese restaurant|
We choose to sit at "lesehan" which was located on the left side of the restaurant. It was more relaxed to sit on the "lesehan", and you are right, of course our Kiddos who choose this seats for us.
|You may seat at the formal dining table or at the "lesehan" area|
We ordered the standard Sundanese food; fried chicken, tofu, tempe, and we also ordered nasi liwet, instead of the normal rice.
|The fried chicken was so tasty, and nasi liwet is a must order here|
|Bandung has the most delicious tofu |
compared to other city in Indonesia
Of course I ordered "Karedok" Sundanese version of mixed vegetable with peanut sauce. If you don't llike spicy food, you should request the non-spicy peanut sauce.
The price is more expensive compared to other standard Sundanese food, but you are paying for the ambiance of the Pavilliun Sunda as well. What we ordered cost us IDR 310,000 (for 4 adults and 2 children). So it was on average IDR 50,000 per person.
If you are looking a place to eat Sundanese food for your big family gathering, or to have a big lunch with your friends from office, this place is what you need.
|Beautiful place to eat with your large groups|
Being in the heart of the city, Pavilliun Sunda is always crowded during lunch and dinner time. I would advise you to come one hour early to beat the crowd.
Jl. LLRE Martadinata no.97
Phone: 022-4267700, 4267701
written on October 4, 2015 by @tesyasblog