You can say jalapeno from mexico ia the hottest chilli in the world. But me, this place is best place at down town serving sambel. Cant get any better from other places
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the serve very spicy sambal, very similar to penyetan. it is the traditional n local surabaya food, where most people love very spicy food. the penyetan was made from chili, tomatoes, terasi ( indonesian traditional seasoning made from dried shrimp, strong smell). you can choose : fried chicken, fried fish, fried egg, fried Tempe toffu (food made from fermented soyabean,... More
I used to eat there when I was a student in nearby University. The reason why I write this review because trip advisor got the price range wrong. It's a hawker street stall not a restaurant and probably only cost you less than $3 per dish. I don't think people who doesn't have experience in eating chilli should try this... More
I live just 300 metres from this foodstall. It is so famous for them who loves this damn hot spicy food. But I wonder who wrote about the price as £15?? bloody hell, it isn't true at all. It's just about p0.8 - £1, depends on what you order for. I love thd food, nice laaahh...
It is an outdoor food stall. As the name stated sego sambel means rice with indonesian traditional chilli. Very spicy even to indonesian people. So... eat with caution. Anyway... sego sambel is one of my favourite hawker food in surabaya.
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