PALEMBANG
Jl. Kapten A. Rivai No. 219, Palembang, South Sumatera

DIRECTION TO HOTEL

BATIQA Hotel Palembang is located 19 km away from Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport. Head southwest on Jalan Bandara Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II and keep left to continue toward Jalan Gubernur H. Asnawi Mangku Alam. Slightly turn right onto Jalan Tanjung Api- api for 12 km and then turn left onto Jalan Parameswara for 750 meters. Turn right onto Jalan Demang Lebar Daun for 30 meters before turn left onto Jalan Ogan for 550 meters. Pass by simply fresh laundry on the right side and turn left onto Jalan Srijaya Negara and then turn left onto Jalan Kapten A. Rivai. Take another turn left for about 20 meters and the hotel will be on the right.

Pindang Patin

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Pindang refers to a certain sour and spicy fish soup with memorable taste. Pindang patin is a soup with ikan patin (catfish) in it. There are list of fish that are popularly used to cook pindang such as carp, red snapper, milkfish, mackerel, tuna, or shrimp as long as it is a freshwater fish.

The spices used in the cooking process include tamarind juice, garlic, ginger, turmeric, chilli peper, tomato, lemon basil, and pineapple. The soupy dish has a sour taste with a bit of sweet and spicy flavor.

Location

You can easily spot a pindang patin seller at every corner, one of the most recommended restaurant is Musi Rawas. Located at Jl. Angkatan 45 No.18, Palembang. For you who stays at BATIQA Hotel Palembang, the place can be reached within 5 minutes.

Insider's Guide

For making your eating experience more memorable, please be aware of the thorn of the fish. Do make a reservation before you visit the restaurant as it is always full.
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