I found this in Wikitravel, but have not seen anything about it here (did a search.)
>>"Burangrang Street Culinary, Jl Burangrang. -- Burangrang street was officially inaugurated as culinary street by the city mayor on 7 June 2008. In this street you can find many kiosk, cafes, restos and street food stalls or hawkers (more than 60), selling various food of local culinary."
I realize Wikitravel is sometimes inaccurate and out of date, so I thought I would ask about it here.
Is it a worthwhile place for a visitor to Bandung who likes to explore new cuisine? Would appreciate the insight and opinion of locals or frequent visitors. I tend to like places like this, and always gravitate to Jalan Alor when in Kuala Lumpur.
Footnote: I realize from reading other threads that opinion here is strongly divided on whether or not it is medically prudent to eat from street food stalls and hawkers. Would prefer not to stir up that debate again, however worthy it might be.