Padang (Indonesian pronunciation: [ˈpadaŋ] Jawi: ڤادڠ) is the capital of the province of West Sumatra in Indonesia. With an area of 695 square kilometres (268 sq mi) and a population of 1,000,096 in 2014, it is the 16th-most populated city in Indonesia, the most populated city on Sumatra's western coast, and fifth-most populated city on Sumatra.
Things to do in Padang
4 based on 75 reviews
4 based on 115 reviews
Just arrived when fish was coming from the BBQ. The restaurant serves a great pandang choice of dishes. We had the BBQ fish and squid. It was delicious, perfectly flavored and still warm. The taste was sweet and little sour, with a very little spicy. Also choose some of the delicious side dishes. We had a full meal for a good price and perfectly fresh. A good place to spend some time at noon.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Specializes in Padang Peranakan food, it is a mixed between traditional "Minang" delicacies and Chinese "Peranakan" (Chinese immigrants who come to Indonesian archipelago during the Colonial era) home cooking style. We pick the freshest ingredients that we find in local markets. We promise you will experience an unique taste with the recipes that have been in our family for generations.
This restaurant offer Padang food but from the taste and cooking style like Padang peranakan food. The food was excellent it was great experience in west sumatera culinary. The fried chiken is the best, crispy and the spice were great. The papaya leaf in coconut gravy also great. Recommended for culinary in it fine taste hunter.
4 based on 263 reviews
This might be the third time I dined here. The taste was consistently good. For me, the foods were not only tasty, buy also lighter compared to other Padang foods. This resto also provided VIP room with AC. The price was reasonable as well. Whenever you are in Padang, Lamun Ombak should be one of your top cullnary destinations.
4 based on 44 reviews
Guest it was my lucky day, they just opened their resto on that day after lebaran holiday. I went to pattimura street but they moved to koto marapak street in front of taxes office not so far from existing resto. Soto padang is about perfect to enjoy for breakfast, their clear soto is really perfect to start new day. Soto padang is a clear soto with small cut beef and fried potato, served with rice in other plate. It cost for 23K. They only have 3 menus served in this resto, soto padang, gado gado padang and tahu kentang. All delicious, so tasty and yummy..
4 based on 40 reviews
Best martabak in town. U can have a few choices such as the normal plain or meat martabak to even sweet martabak (added with sugar and chocolate). The prices are cheap and definitely worth the value!
4 based on 39 reviews
4 based on 32 reviews
Delicious martabak telor (pan-fried egg pancake stuffed with minced meat and vegetables). Need to increase the choices of drinks, though.
4 based on 67 reviews
It was a top-floor restaurant at Ibis Hotel Padang. A place where the guest would have their breakfast. But, I think it is available for outsiders.
The food is tastier than the Andromeda's food at Mercure hotel. The one thing I love is they served an infused water I tasted the fried rice, the vegetables food and absolutely have my cereal. It's quite tasty.
The got the view! If you have a seat outdoors, then you'll get a view of city and faraway beach.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Being in Padang, I expect many places sell good Soto Padang. Bopet Rajawali definitely meet the standard. The soup is served with crispy meat slices that crack in your mouth. There are rice cake served with vegetable soup in front of Bopet Rajawali, which only available if you come early. Open Thursday to Sunday 6:45-14:30. Close on Monday
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