German Asian food

We’ve been relying a lot on the convenience foods around our train station & shopping district where we live (when anybody has an appetite, that is). But that means a lot of sandwiches and chicken nuggets. We decided to venture out to a restaurant for our first sit-down dinner in Germany. We liked the look of “Asia Wok”, and the menu featured some Indonesdian dishes, so Joe was happy to try it. Here’s what we received:


Bahmi goreng with krupuk. Very bad. Tasted like oily noodles that had been sprinkled with raw curry powder. Krupuk tasted a few days old. We were very disappointed.


Sweet & sour chicken? Not so much. Breaded chicken fillet laid over top of a very odd pineapple sauce that had some okay flavors but it wasn’t what our kids expected. Paprika, maybe?


Lucy chose to take some notes about our bad meal rather than eat it. I guess we’ll be sticking with chicken nuggets for a bit longer. Can’t wait to have my own kitchen again!