Ada Indonesia !?! http://www.adaindonesia.com Discover how to spice your life ... Gitu Loh !! Mon, 04 Jun 2018 12:46:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 List of embassies in Jakarta Indonesia http://www.adaindonesia.com/documents/list-embassies-jakarta-indonesia/ http://www.adaindonesia.com/documents/list-embassies-jakarta-indonesia/#respond Mon, 13 Nov 2017 18:47:14 +0000 http://www.adaindonesia.com/?p=20974 This is a comprehensive list of  foreign embassies in Jakarta, Indonesia. Hope it could be useful to someone.   Country Address Contact Afghanistan Jalan Dr. Kusumaatmaja SH No. 15 Menteng, Central Jakarta 103109 Tel:...

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This is a comprehensive list of  foreign embassies in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Hope it could be useful to someone.

 

Country Address Contact
Afghanistan Jalan Dr. Kusumaatmaja SH No. 15
Menteng, Central Jakarta 103109
Tel: +62 21 314-3169
Fax: +62 21 3193-5390
Algeria Jalan H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. 10-11
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 525-4719
Fax: +62-21 525-4654
Argentina Menara Thamrin Suite 1705
Jalan M. H. Thamrin
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10250
Tel: +62 21 230-3061
Fax: +62 31 230-3962
Armenia Jalan Denpasar II, no 49
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 527 65 49
Fax: +62 21 2967 51 66
Australia Jalan Patra Kuningan Raya Kav. 1-4
Kuningan Timur, South Jakarta 12940
Tel: +62 21 2550-5555
Fax: +62 21 2550-5467
Austria Jalan Diponegoro No. 44
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 2355-4005
Fax: +62 21 3190-4881
Azerbaijan Jalan Mas Putih Blok D Persil 29
Grogol Utara, Kebayoran Lama South Jakarta
Tel: +62 21 2555-4408
Fax: +62 21 2555-4409
Bangladesh Jalan Karangasem Utara Blok C4 No. 12
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62-21 526-2173
Fax: +62-21 526-2174
Belarus Jalan Patra Kuningan VII, no.3
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 525 1388
Fax: +62 21 529 60207
Belgium Deutsche Bank Building
16th floor Jalan Imam Bonjol No. 80
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 316-2030
Fax: +62 21 316-2035
Bosnia and Herzegovina Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Kav 1 Guntur
Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12980
Tel: +62 21 8370-3022
Fax: +62 21 8370-3029
Brazil Menara Mulia Building
Jalan Jendral Gatot Subroto
Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12930
Tel: +62 21 526 5656
Fax: +62 21 526 5659
Brunei Jalan Teuku Umar No.51
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 3190-6080
Fax: +62 21 3190-5070
Bulgaria Jalan Imam Bonjol 34-36
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 390 40 48
Fax: +62 21 390 40 49
Cambodia Jalan Pejaten Barat No. 41
Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta
Tel: +62 21 781 2523
Fax: +62 21 781 2524
Canada World Trade Centre I, 6th Floor
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman
South Jakarta 12920
Tel: +62 21 2550 7800
Fax: +62 21 2550 7811
Chile The City Tower Building (TCT)
Jalan M.H. Thamrin N°81
Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 31997201
Fax: +62 21 31997204
China Jalan Mega Kuningan NO.2
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 5761039
Fax: +62 21 5761037
Colombia Sentral Plaza Building
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav 47
Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12930
Tel: +62 21 57903560
Croatia Menara Mulia-Suite 280
Jalan Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav. 9-11
Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12930
Tel: +62 21 525 7822
Fax: +62 21 520 4073
Cuba Jalan Opal, Block K1 Permata Hijau
Kebayoran Lama, West Jakarta 12210
Tel: +62 21 530 4293
Fax: +62 21 5367 6906
Cyprus Menara Sudirman
Jalan Jendral Sudirman KAV 60
Senayan, Kebayoran Baru
South Jakarta 12190
Tel: +62 21 522683739
Fax: +62 21 5226829
Czech
Republic
Jalan Gereja Theresia 20
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 2396112
Fax: +62 21 3904078
Denmark Menara Rajawali
Jalan DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung
Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 576 1478
Fax: +62 21 576 1535
Ecuador World Trade Center
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 29-31
South Jakarta 12920
Tel: +62 21 522.6953
Fax: +62 21 522.6954
Egypt Jalan Teuku Umar No. 68
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 3143440
Fax: +62 21 3145073
Fiji Sona Topas Tower
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman No.26
South Jakarta 12920
Tel: +62 21 2506587
Fax : +62 21 2941 0468
Finland Menara Rajawali, Jalan DR Ide Anak
Agung Gde Agung # 5.1
Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 2939 3000
France Jalan M.H. Thamrin n°20
Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 23557600
Fax: +62 21 23557602
Georgia Jalan Karangasem Tengah Blok C5 No.22
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 2941 0842
Fax: +62 21 2941 0694
Germany Jalan M.H. Thamrin 1
Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 3985 5000
Fax: +62 21 3985 5130
Greece Plaza 89, Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said
kav. X-7 No 6
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12940
Tel: +62 21 5207776
Fax: +62 21 5207753
Hungary Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X/3
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12940
Tel: + 62 21 520 3459
Fax: + 62 21 520 3461
India Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Kav S-1
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 5204150
Fax: +62 21 5204160
Iran Jalan HOS Cokroaminoto 110
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 31934637
Iraq Jalan Teuku Umar No. 38
Gondangdia, Menteng
Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 3904067
Ireland World Trade Centre I
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 29-31
South Jakarta 12920
Tel: +62 21 280 94300
Fax: +62 21 521 1622
Italy Jalan Diponegoro no. 45
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 31937445
Fax +62 21 31937422
Japan Jalan M.H. Thamrin No. 24
Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 31924308
Fax: +62 21 31925460
Jordan Artha Graha Tower
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 52-53
Senayan, Kebayoran Baru
South Jakarta 12190
Tel: +62 21 515 3483
Fax: +62 21 515 3482
Kazakhstan Jalan Denpasar Raya, Block A/12, Kav.1
Kuningan Timur, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 2944 0388
Fax: +62 21 2944 0387
Kuwait Jalan Mega Kuningan Barat III Kav. 16/17
Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 576 4556
Fax: +62 21 576 4160
Laos Jalan Patra Kuningan XIV No. 1A
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 522 9602
Fax: +62 21 522 9601
Lebanon Jalan YBR V, No. 82
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 525 3074
Fax: +62 21 525 7121
Libya Jalan Kintamani Raya II Blok C/17 Kav 6-7
Kuningan Timur, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 5292 0033
Fax: +62 21 5292 0036
Malaysia Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Kav.X/6, No. 1-3
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 522 4947
Fax: +62 21 522 4974
Mexico Jalan Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav. 9-11
Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12930
Tel: +62  21 520 3980
Fax: +62 21 520 3978
Mongolia The East Tower
Jalan Lingkar Mega Kuningan Blok E3.2 Kav. 1
Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 5795 8140
Fax: +62 21 5795 8141
Morocco Jalan Denpasar Raya No. 1
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 52 00 773
Fax: +62 21 52 00 586
Mozambique Jalan Karangasem II Blok C10 No.2-3
Kuningan Timur, Setiabudi
South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 522 7955
Fax: +62 21 522 7954
Myanmar Jalan H. Agus Salim No.109
Gondangdia, Menteng
Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 315 8908
Fax: +62 21 316 0079
Netherlands Jalan HR Rasuna Said Kav. S-3
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 524 8200
Fax: +62 21 570 0734
New Zealand Jalan Asia Afrika No 8, Gelora Bung Karno
Senayan, Central Jakarta 10270
Tel: +62 21 299 55800
Fax: +62 21 579 74578
Nigeria Jalan Denpasar Raya Blok A. 13 No. 3
Kuningan Timur, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 5260922
Fax: +62 21 5260924
Norway Menara Rajawali Building
Kawasan Mega Kuningan
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: + 62 21 2965 0000
Fax: + 62 21 2965 0001
Oman Jalan Latuharhari Raya No.12
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 251 0757
Fax: +62 21 576 4334
Pakistan Jalan Mega Kuningan Barat
Block E.3.9, Kav. 5-8
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21  57851836
Fax: +62 21  57851645
Panama World Trade Center Building
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 29-31
South Jakarta 12920
Tel: +62 21 570 0218
Fax: +62 21 571 1933
Papua
New Guinea
Panin Bank Centre (6th Floor)
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman 1
Central Jakarta 10270
Tel: +62 21 725 1218
Fax: +62 21 720 1012
Paraguay Menara Anugrah, Jalan Mega Kuningan
Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 579 50279
Fax: +62 21 579 50281
Peru Menara Rajawali
Jalan Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Lot # 5.1
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 576 1820
Fax: +62 21 576 1825
Philippines Jalan Imam Bonjol 6 – 8
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 310 0334
Fax: +62 21 315 1167
Poland Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Kav X Blok IV/3
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 2525938
Fax: +62 21 2525958
Portugal Jalan Indramayu No. 2A
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 3190 8030
Fax: +62 21 3190 8031
Qatar Jalan DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung
Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 5790 6560
Fax: +62 21 5790 6564
Republic of
Korea
Jalan Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav.57
South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 2967 2555
Romania Jalan Teuku Cik Ditiro No. 42A
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 390 04 89
Fax: +62 21 310 62 41
Russia Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said, Kav. X-7, 1-2
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12940
Tel: +62 21 522 29 12
Fax: +62 21 522 29 16
San Marino Jalan Diponegoro No. 15 A
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: + 62 21 3912918
Fax: + 62 21 3912887
Saudi Arabia Jalan MT Haryono Kav 27
Cawang, East Jakarta 13630
Tel: +62 21 801153334
Serbia Jalan HOS Cokroaminoto 110
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 314 35 60
Fax: +62 21 314 36 13
Singapore Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Block X/4, KAV No 2
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62-21 29950400
Fax: +62-21 5201486
Slovakia Jalan Profesor Mohammad Yamin 29
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 3101068
Fax: +62 21 3101180
Solomon
Islands
Jalan Pangeran Antasari KH. Naim I/28
Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta 12150
Tel: +62 21 726 4606
Fax: +62 21 726 4607
Somalia Jalan Permata Hijau Raya Block T No. 8
Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta 12210
Tel: +62 21 8311506
Fax: +62 21 8352586
South Africa Suite 705, 7th Floor
Wisma GKBI, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman No. 28
Central Jakarta 10210
Tel: +62 21 2991 2500
Fax: +62 21 574 0655
Spain Jalan H. Agus Salim No. 61
Gondangdia, Menteng, Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 314 2355
Fax: +62 21 3192 5996
Sri Lanka Jalan Diponegoro, No.70
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10320
Tel: +62 21 3141018
Fax: +62-21 3107962
Sudan Jalan Patra Kuningan XIV No.7
Kuningan Timur, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 29023888
Fax: +62-21 29023881
Suriname Jalan Padalarang No. 9
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 315 4437
Fax: +62 21 315 4556
Sweden Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Blok X 3/2
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 525 60 61
Fax: +62 21 520 22 89
Switzerland Menara Rajawali
Kawasan Mega Kuningan, Lot 5.1
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 2553 5900
Fax: +62 21 2553 5941
Syria Jalan Karangasem I No. 8
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 520 4117
Fax: +62 21 520 2511
Thailand Jalan DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung
kav. No. 3.3 (Lot 8.8),
Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: (62-21) 29328190
Fax: (62-21) 2932-8199
Timor-Leste Menara Topas 11th floor
Jalan M.H. Thamrin Kav. 9
Central Jakarta 10350
Tel. : +62 21 390 2678
Fax : +62 21 390 2660
Tunisia Jalan Karangasem Tengah Blok C5 No. 15
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel. +62 21 5289 2328
Fax +62 21 525 5889
Turkey Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. 1
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 525-6250
Fax: +62 21 522-6056
Ukraine Mayapada Tower 2
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 27
Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12920
Tel: +62 21 250 08 01
Fax: +62 21 250 08 02
United Arab Emirates Jalan Prof. Dr. Satrio Blok C4 Kav 16-17
Kuningan Timur, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 215206518
Fax: +62 215206529
United
Kingdom
Jalan Patra Kuningan Raya Blok L5-6
Setiabudi, Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 2356 5200
Fax: +62 21 3983 5538
USA Jalan Medan Merdeka Selatan, No. 3 – 5
Gambir, Central Jakarta 10110
Tel: +62 21 3435 9000
Fax: +62 21 385 7189
Uzbekistan Jl. Aditiyawarman No.25, RT.3/RW.2, Selong
Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan 12110
Tel: +62 21 7200950
Venezuela Menara Mulia
Jalan Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav. 9-11
Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12930
Tel: +62 21 5227548
Fax: +62 21 5227547
Vietnam Jalan Teuku Umar No. 25
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10350
Tel: +62 21 910 0163
Fax: +62 21 314 9615
Yemen Jalan Subang 18
Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Tel: +62 21 310 8029
Fax: +62 21 390 4946
Zimbabwe Jalan Patra Kuningan VII No. 5
Kuningan, South Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 522 1378
Fax: +62 21 525 0365

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Pollo en Salmorejo http://www.adaindonesia.com/recipes/pollo-en-salmorejo/ http://www.adaindonesia.com/recipes/pollo-en-salmorejo/#respond Wed, 02 Aug 2017 17:31:19 +0000 http://www.adaindonesia.com/?p=20959 Hola! Que tal? It’s how the spanish people greeting each other. It’s mean Hi! How are you? As you can see in the title and maybe you already watch also the video above..today I...

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Hola! Que tal?

It’s how the spanish people greeting each other. It’s mean Hi! How are you? As you can see in the title and maybe you already watch also the video above..today I want to share a spanish recipe. The name of this dish is Pollo en Salmorejo means Chicken in Salmorejo Sauce. This dish is originally from Tenerife (do you know where is Tenerife?) Tenerife is one of the island in the Canary Islands. You can go and check the map if you are curious…but don’t forget to zoom, because the islans is so tiny. Hehehe 🙂

So guys, without further a do let’s go to the kitchen and start cooking…

POLLO EN SALMOREJO

Pollo en salmorejo

Preparation Time: min 30 minutes

Cooking Time: 55 minutes

Portion: 3 servings

Ingredients:

  • 1 – Chicken
  • 3 – Potatoes
  • 1 – Paprika
  • 1 – Bay leaf
  • 3 cloves – Garlics
  • 1/2 cup – White wine
  • 1 tsp – Oregano
  • 1 tsp – Parsley
  • 1 tsp – Thyme
  • 1 tsp – Cumin
  • 1 tsp – Paprika powder
  • 2 tbsp – Vinegar
  • 2 tbsp – Olive oil
  • Salt & Pepper

How to make:

  1. First thing to do is make the past to marinate the chicken. So in a mortar (you can use also food processor) add paprika, garlic, parsley, thyme, cumin, parika powder, vinegar & olive oil. Grind all together until it becomes a paste.
  2. After that put the paste into a mixing bowl, add bay leaf and chicken. Mix well until the chicken is coated with the paste and set it aside. Marinate the chicken for minimum 30 minutes (it’s better if you marinate it over night).
  3. While marinating the chicken, let’s prepare the potato. Cut the potatoes into round shape (around 1-2 cm thickness), and deep fry the potatoes until it’s golden brown.
  4. After 30 minutes, seared both sides of the chicken in a pan (without the paste). Then next step, add the white wine (don’t forget to use high flame) and cook until all the alcohol is evaporated.
  5. Next add the remaining paste into the pan and add some water (around 200-300 ml), adjust the flame into medium heat and cook the chicken until the sauce is thickened and the chicken is cooked through.
  6. Arrange the potatoes on a plate and add the Pollo en Salmorejo on the top of the potatoes, serve it while it’s hot. Selamat makan!

It’s good also to eat with hot steam rice, and eat it with your hand. Yum!We hope that you like this recipe. Thank you for visiting our website. We love to hear from you, so please leave your comment down below.

 

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Belajar Bahasa Italia 4: Bahan Makanan, Kalimat Tanya, Kata Kerja (Cucinare, Tagliare, Bollire) http://www.adaindonesia.com/discover-italy/belajar-bahasa-italia-4-bahan-makanan-kalimat-tanya-kata-kerja-cucinare-tagliare-bollire/ http://www.adaindonesia.com/discover-italy/belajar-bahasa-italia-4-bahan-makanan-kalimat-tanya-kata-kerja-cucinare-tagliare-bollire/#respond Wed, 03 May 2017 18:05:13 +0000 http://www.adaindonesia.com/?p=20939 Ciao a tutti!! Come Stai? Tutto bene? (Halo semua!  Apa kabar? Apakah semua baik-baik saja?) enang rasanya bisa terus melanjutkan artikel tentang Belajar Bahasa Italia, semakin hari semakin banyak peminatnya… 🙂 Jangan pernah menyerah...

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Ciao a tutti!! Come Stai? Tutto bene? (Halo semua!  Apa kabar? Apakah semua baik-baik saja?)

Senang rasanya bisa terus melanjutkan artikel tentang Belajar Bahasa Italia, semakin hari semakin banyak peminatnya… 🙂 Jangan pernah menyerah ya guys, walaupun sulit..ayo terus ikuti dan jangan malu-malu untuk bertanya. Kalian boleh bertanya di sini atau pun di bawah video di YouTube A.siaVlog.

Karena pelajaran yang kemarin lumayan sulit, kali ini kita akan belajar banyak kosa kata tentang bahan-bahan makanan juga kalimat tanya. Jadi sebentar lagi kalian bisa tau apa arti dari nama-nama makanan yang kalian lihat di menu dari restoran italian favorit kalian.

Penasaran?! Ayo kita mulai belajar guys…

BAHAN MAKANAN

Ada 3 cara untuk menjelaskan bahan makan yang terkandung di dalam menu makanan:

  • Nama makanan yang menggunakan “di”:

Jika nama pada menu makanan menggunakan “di”, berarti bahan makanan yang terkandung merupakan bahan utama atau satu2nya bahan makanan yang ada di dalam makanan tersebut. Cth: succo di limone (jus lemon/lemon juice). Di sini tidak menggunakan artikel sama sekali.

  • Nama makanan yang menggunakan “con”:

Jika nama pada menu makanan menggunakan “con”, berarti bahan makanan tersebut bisa terlihat atau digunakan sebagai garnish. Cth: fragole con panna (stroberi dengan krim/strawberry with cream). Di sini artikel beraturan bisa digunakan sebelum bahan makanan.

  • Nama makanan yang menggunakan “a”:

Jika nama pada menu makanan menggunakan “a”, berarti makanan tersebut mempunyai rasa dari bahan makanan yang terkandung di dalamnya. Cth: gelato al cioccolato (es krim coklat/chocolate ice cream). Di sini harus menggunakan artikel beraturan sebelum bahan makanan.

KALIMAT TANYA

Kalimat tanya dalam bahasa Italia susunan kalimatnya sama seperti kalimat pernyataan, hanya tinggal ditambahkan tanda tanya dan pengucapannya dengan nada yang dinaikkan.

KATA KERJA DI DUOLINGO FOOD

Cucinare (Memasak) Tagliare (Memotong) Bollire (Merebus)
io cucino taglio bollo
tu cucini tagli bolli
lui, lei, Lei cucina taglia bolle
noi cuciniamo tagliamo bolliamo
voi cucinate tagliate bollite
loro cucinano tagliano bollono

KOSA KATA DI DUOLINGO FOOD

 

Italia Inggris Indonesia
Aglio Garlic Bawang Putih
Biscotto Biscuit Biskuit
Banana Banana Pisang
Birra Beer Bir
Botiglia Bottle Botol
Burro Butter Mentega
Bevanda Beverage Minuman
Bicchiere Glass Gelas
Crema Cream Krim
Cioccolato Chocolate Cokelat
Caramella Candy Permen
Carota Carrot Wortel
Ciotola Bowl Mangkuk
Colazione Breakfast Sarapan
Cuoco Cook Koki
Cena Dinner Makan Malam
Cibo Food Makanan
Frutta Fruit Buah
Fagiolo Bean Kacang Buncis
Formaggio Cheese Keju
Forchetta Fork Garpu
Fritto Fried Goreng
Manzo Beef Daging Sapi
Piatto Plate Piring
Pollo Chicken Ayam
Pesce Fish Ikan
Tazza Cup Cangkir
Torta Cake Kue
Uovo Egg Telur
Uva Grape Anggur

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Ciao a tutti! Come stai? Semoga kalian semua baik-baik ya..bagaimana liburan Paskah kalian? BTW…kami mau mengucapkan Buona Pasqua buat kalian semua yang merayakannya.. 🙂

Semoga kalian juga menyempatkan diri untuk membaca artikel Belajar Bahasa Italia 1 & 2, jika belum sempat kalian bisa membacanya sekarang supaya kalian bisa memahami lebih baik pelajaran di artikel ini. Pelajaran di artikel ini mungkin agak sulit untuk dipahami, tapi JANGAN TAKUT! dengan berjalannya waktu jika kalian rajin latihan dan selalu mengikuti artikel-artikel berikutnya, saya yakin kalian akan paham.

Jadi tanpa banyak bicara, COMINCIAMO (MARI KITA MULAI)…!!

KATA DEPAN

di               = milik, asal (of,from)

a                = ke (at, to, in)

da             = dari, ke (from, by)

in               = di dalam (in/into)

su              = di atas (on)

con           = dengan, bersama (with)

per            = untuk (for)

tra/fra      = di antara (between)

Italia Inggris Indonesia
Sei di Milano? Are you from Milan? Apakah kamu berasal dari Milan?
Vive a Roma. She lives in Rome. Dia tinggal di Roma.
L’aereo arriva da Londra. The airplane arrives from London. Pesawat itu datang dari London.
Abita in California. He lives in California. Dia tinggal di California.
Parlo con Andrea. I’m talking with Andrea. Saya berbicara dengan Andrea.
I libri sono su un banco. The books are on a desk. Buku-buku itu ada di atas meja.
La pena è tra i quaderni. The pen is between the notebooks. Pena itu ada di antara buku-buku catatan.
La chiamata è per Teresa. The call is for Teresa. Panggilan itu untuk Teresa.

 

KATA DEPAN + ARTIKEL

Ketika kata depan di, a, da, in dan su digunakan bersama artikel beraturan, keduanya akan melebur menjadi satu kata, kecuali per, tra/fra.

Contoh: a + il mare = al mare.

il lo l’ la i gli le
di del dello dell’ della dei degli delle
a al allo all’ alla ai agli alle
da dal dallo dall’ dalla dai dagli dalle
in nel nello nell’ nella nei negli nelle
su sul sullo sull’ sulla sui sugli sulle

Kata depan con bisa digabung dengan artikel il dan i.

Contoh:

Faccio una passeggiata col cane / coi cani

I go for a walk with the dog / dogs. Saya jalan-jalan dengan anjing / banyak anjing.

Kata depan “di” mempunyai 2 arti, yaitu: milik & asal.

Contoh:

Di chi è questa rivista? È di Lucia.

Whose magazine is this? It’s Lucia’s. Majalah ini milik siapa?

Majalah itu milik Lucia.

Di dov’ è James? È di Milano.

Where is James from? He is from Milan.

Dari mana James berasal? Dia berasal dari Milan.

Jika kata depan “a” digunakan bersama nama kota atau pulau, maka “a” berarti “ke” atau “di” (to, in):

Cth: Vado a Venezia                                     Abitano a Bali

I am going to Venezia                                 They live in Bali

Saya mau pergi ke Venezia                      Mereka tinggal di Bali

 

HATI-HATI!  Artikel tidak digunakan di depan nama orang.

Cth: Vado a casa di Paolo = Vado da Paolo

I am going to Paolo’s house.  Saya mau pergi ke rumah Paolo.

 

KALIMAT NEGATIF

Ada 2 bentuk kalimat negatif dalam bahasa italia, yaitu:

  • Kalimat negatif yang menggunakan NO.
  • Kalimat negatif yang menggunakan NON.

NOT dalam bahasa inggris biasanya diartikan NON dalam bahasa italia dan terletak sebelum kata kerja.

Contoh:

Io non sono italiano

I am not italian.

Saya bukan orang italia.

 

SALAM

  • CIAO (Halo) digunakan baik pada saat perjumpaan, dan juga pada saat perpisahan, tetapi pada saat berpisah bisa juga menggunakan arrivederci / addio (sampai jumpa).
  • BUONGIORNO (Selamat pagi) digunakan dari pagi sampai tengah hari.
  • BUON POMERIGGIO ( Selamat siang) digunakan dari jam 13.00 – 17.00
  • BUONASERA (Selamat sore) digunakan dari jam 18.00 – 20.30
  • BUONANOTTE (Selamat malam)digunakan setelah jam 20.30 dan pada perpisahan seperti Good Night.
  • PREGO berarti sama-sama, tetapi bisa juga berarti silahkan.
  • PER FAVORE, PER PIACERE, dan PER CORTESIA berarti tolong, digunakan saat ingin meminta sesuatu secara sopan.

 

KATA KERJA DARI DUOLINGO BASIC 2

Leggere (Membaca) Scrivere (Menulis) Avere (Mempunyai)
io leggo scrivo ho
tu leggi scrivi hai
lui, lei, Lei legge scrive ha
noi leggiamo scriviamo abbiamo
voi leggete scrivete avete
loro leggono scrivono hanno

 

KOSA KATA DARI DUOLINGO BASIC 2

Italia Inggris Indonesia
Leggere Read Membaca
Giornale Newspaper Koran
Scrivere Write Menulis
Avere To have Mempunyai
Libro Book Buku
Prossima/o Next Berikutnya
Ciao Hi Halo
Si Yes Iya
No/Non No/Not Tidak/Bukan
Arrivederci Goodbye Sampai jumpa
Grazie Thank you Terima kasih
Spiacente Sorry Maaf

KALIMAT-KALIMAT  DARI DUOLINGO BASIC 2

Italia Inggris Indonesia
Noi leggiamo il libro We read the book Kami membaca buku
Chi è la prossima? Who is next? Siapa berikutnya?
Noi leggiamo il libro We read the book Kami membaca buku
Buongiorno Sofia Good morning Sofia Selamat pagi Sofia
Loro leggono un giornale They read a book Mereka membaca sebuah buku
Noi leggiamo il libro We read the book Kami membaca sebuah buku
Lui ha un libro He has a book Dia (laki-laki) mempunyai sebuah buku
Nello zucchero In the sugar Di dalam gula
Lui scrive nel libro He write in the book Dia menulis di dalam buku
La donna legge al ragazzo The woman reads to the boy Wanita itu membaca untuk anak laki-laki itu
Non sono un ragazzo I am not a boy Aku bukan anak laki-laki

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Belajar Bahasa Italia 2: Akhiran, Artikel, Kata Kerja (Essere, Mangiare, Bere) http://www.adaindonesia.com/discover-italy/belajar-bahasa-italia-akhiran-artikel/ http://www.adaindonesia.com/discover-italy/belajar-bahasa-italia-akhiran-artikel/#respond Thu, 13 Apr 2017 15:56:08 +0000 http://www.adaindonesia.com/?p=20868 Hai guys! Selamat pagi, siang, sore & malam buat semuanya 🙂 Sesuai dengan judul artikel yang ada di atas, artikel kali ini adalah artikel lanjutan dari artikel sebelumnya “Belajar Bahasa Italia: Alfabet & Angka”....

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Hai guys! Selamat pagi, siang, sore & malam buat semuanya 🙂 Sesuai dengan judul artikel yang ada di atas, artikel kali ini adalah artikel lanjutan dari artikel sebelumnya “Belajar Bahasa Italia: Alfabet & Angka”. Buat kalian yang belum baca artikelnya, jangan lupa mampir ke artikel sebelumnya supaya kalian bisa belajar cara membaca Bahasa Italia.

Di artikel kali ini kita akan belajar tentang akhiran di kata kerja & macam-macam artikel yang sangat penting sekali untuk dipelajari sebelum kita mulai belajar lebih jauh lagi.

AKHIRAN PADA KATA KERJA

Kata kerja di dalam Bahasa Italia mempunyai 3 akhiran yaitu:

-are

-ere

-ire

Akhiran inilah yang nantinya akan berubah sesuai dengan subyek di depannya.

Contoh:

  • Mangiare (makan) menjadi : io mangio, tu mangi, dst.
  • Bere (minum) menjadi: io bevo, tu bevi, dst.
  • Finire (akhir) menjadi: io finisco, tu finisci, dst.
Subyek Essere(To be) Mangiare(Makan) Bere(Minum)
io sono mangio bevo
tu sei mangi bevi
lui,lei,Lei è mangia beve
noi siamo mangiamo beviamo
voi siete mangiate bevete
loro sono mangiano bevono

 

AKHIRAN PADA KATA BENDA

Kata benda dalam Bahasa Italia mempunyai gendernya masing-masing (maskulin/feminin). Pada umumnya kata benda maskulin diakhiri dengan huruf “o” dan feminin diakhiri dengan huruf “a”. Tetapi ada juga kata benda yang diakhiri dengan huruf “e” . Kata benda ini bisa saja maskulin atau feminin (kalian harus menghafalnya).

  • Akhiran “o” dan “e” dalam bentuk jamak berubah menjadi “i”
  • Akhiran “a” dalam bentuk jamak berubah menjadi “e”

Contoh:

  • tavolo ⇒ tavoli (table/meja)
  • casa ⇒ case (house/rumah)
  • padre ⇒ padri (father ⇒ parents , ayah ⇒ orangtua)

 

ARTIKEL

Bahasa Itali mempunyai beberapa artikel yang menyesuaikan gender (maskulin/feminin) dan kuantitas (tunggal/jamak) benda di depannya.

  • Artikel Beraturan
Maskulin Meja Feminin Rumah
Tunggal Jamak Tunggal Jamak
il i la le
il tavolo i tavoli la casa le case
the table the tables the house the houses

PENGECUALIAN:

  1. Jika kata benda (maskulin/feminin) diawali dengan huruf “vokal” atau “h” gunakan artikel l’, dan dalam bentuk jamak gunakan “gli” (maskulin) dan “le” (feminin). Cth: l’apartamento ⇒ gli apartamenti, l’idea ⇒ le idee
  2. Jika kata benda diawali dengan huruf “z”, s+konsonan, “ps”, atau “gn” gunakan artikel “lo”(maskulin), “la”(feminin) dan dalam bentuk jamak “gli”(maskulin) dan “le”(feminin). Cth: la zia ⇒ le zie, lo spagnolo ⇒ gli spagnoli.
  • Artikel Tidak Beraturan
Maskulin Feminin
un una
un tavolo una casa
a table a house
sebuah meja sebuah rumah

PENGECUALIAN:

  1. Jika kata benda feminin diawali dengan huruf “vokal” atau “h” artikel yang digunakan un’ (cth: un’idea (an idea)).
  2. Jika kata benda maskulin diawali dengan huruf “z”, s+konsonan, “ps”, atau “gn” artikel yang digunakan adalah uno atau una (cth: uno spagnolo(a spanish), uno zio (an uncle)).

Sekian artikel kali ini. Semoga artikel ini bermanfaat buat kalian yang tertarik untuk belajar Bahasa Italia. Jangan lupa untuk menonton video Belajar Bahasa Italia dengan DUOLINGO di channel YouTube kami  A.siaVlog. Jika ada saran & kritik atau pertanyaan silahkan tulis di kotak komen di bawah 🙂

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Halo semua!! Apa kabar kalian semua? Beberapa bulan yang lalu, ada yang request di A.siaVlog (YouTube channel kami) untuk membuat video belajar Bahasa Italia. Setelah mempertimbangkan beberapa saat, akhirnya saya akan coba memulai artikel pertama untuk mempelajari Bahasa Itali.

Di artikel pertama pada hari ini, kita akan belajar Basic penting dari Bahasa Italia, yaitu: alfabet, cara membaca, angka dan juga kata ganti subyek. Jadi tanpa berlama-lama mari kita mulai belajar…

 

ALFABET

A = a

B = bi

C = ci

D = di

E = e

F = effe

G = ji

H = aka

I = i

J = i lungga

K = kappa

L = elle

M = emme

N = enne

O = o

P = pi

Q = ku

R = erre

S = esse

T = ti

U = u

V = vi/vu

W = doppia vu

X = iks

Y = i greka

Z = zeta

 

CARA MEMBACA:

c

  1. Jika “c” terletak sebelum huruf e dan i, dibaca ci dan ce seperti dalam bahasa Indonesia. (Cth: cena(makan malam), cerco(cari)).
  2. Jika “c” terletak sebelum huruf a,u,o dibaca ka,ku,ko (Cth: cosa(apa), pacco(bingkisan), conto (rekening)).

ch

Jika “ch” terletak sebelum huruf e dan i, dibaca ke,ki (Cth: che (bahwa), chiaro (jelas)).

ci

Jika “ci” terletak sebelum huruf a,u,o dibaca ca, cu, co seperti dalam bahasa Indonesia (Cth: faccia (wajah), ciotola(mangkuk)).

g

  1. Jika “g” terletak sebelum huruf a,o,u dibaca ga,go,gu seperti dalam bahasa Indonesia. (Cth: grande (besar), gatto (kucing)).
  2. Jika “g” terletak sebelum huruf e dan i dibaca je, ji. (Cth: valigia(koper), genitori(orangtua)).

gi

Jika “gi” terletak sebelum huruf a,u,o dibaca ja,ju,jo (Cth: giallo (kuning), gioco (mainan)).

gh

Jika “gh” terletak sebelum huruf e dan i, huruf h tidak dibaca. (Cth: ghiaccio(es batu)).

gl

Dibaca “lyi” (Cth: figlia(anak perempuan), moglie(istri)).

gn

Dibaca “ny” (Cth: bagno(kamar mandi), spagnolo(orang spanyol)).

h

Tidak pernah dibaca (Cth: hotel (hotel), ho (aku mempunyai)).

s

 Umumnya dibaca seperti s biasa, tetapi terkadang dibaca seperti “z” (Cth: questo(ini), viso(wajah)).

sc

  1. Jika “sc” terletak sebelum huruf e dan i dibaca sye, syi. (Cth: uscita(keluar)).
  2. Jika “sc” terletak sebelum huruf a,u,o dibaca ska,sku,sko (Cth: scatola(kotak), scuola(sekolah)).

sch

Jika “sch” terletak sebelum huruf e dan i, dibaca ske, ski (Cth:schifo(jijik), schermo(layar)).

z

Umumnya dibaca “ts” (Cth: pizza (pizza), grazie (terima kasih)), tetapi terkadang dibaca “ds” (Cth: romanzo(percintaan)).

 

ANGKA

1 = uno

2 = due

3 = tre

4 = quattro

5 = cinque

6 = sei

7 = sette

8 = otto

9 = nove

10 = dieci

 

ANGKA ROMAWI

I = primo

II = secondo

III = terzo

IV = quarto

V = quinto

VI = sesto

VII = settimo

VIII = ottavo

IX = nono

X = decimo

 

KATA GANTI SUBYEK

Indonesia Inggris Italia
saya/aku I io
kamu you tu
dia(laki-laki) he lui
dia(perempuan) she lei
anda you Lei
kami we noi
anda sekalian you (plural) voi
mereka they loro

VOCAB (DUOLINGO BASIC 1)

Italia Inggris Indonesia
Ragazzo Boy Remaja(laki-laki)
Ragazza Girl Remaja(perempuan)
Uomo Man Laki-laki
Donna Woman Wanita
Mela Apple Apel
Acqua Water Air
Zucchero Sugar Gula
Pane Bread Roti

Kalimat yang dipelajari di DUOLINGO:

 

Italia Inggris Indonesia
Io sono una donna I am a woman Saya adalah seorang wanita
Io sono un ragazzo I am a boy Saya adalah seorang remaja laki-laki
La donna mangia la mela The woman eats the apple Wanita itu makan apel
Lui mangia He eats Dia (laki-laki) makan
Lui è un uomo He is a man Dia adalah seorang lelaki
Tu sei una donna You are a woman Kamu adalah seorang wanita
Tu bevi You drink Kamu minum
Mangi zucchero You eat sugar Kamu makan gula
L’uomo beve l’acqua The man drinks water Lelaki itu minum air
Loro mangiano il pane They eat the bread Mereka makan roti

 

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Have you ever wondered what the numbers, or recycling symbols mean at the bottom of plastic bottles and containers?

Ok, a step back… have you ever notice that all plastic products have an identify symbols looking like this?

plastic 1

Probably you have seen it a lot of times, but do you know which information should be supposed to give you?

In its original form, the symbols used as part of the RIC (Resin Identification Code) consisted of arrows that cycle clockwise to form a triangle that encloses a number, ranging from 1 to 7. The number broadly refers to the type of plastic used in the product and other useful information about the toxic chemicals used in the plastic, how it is to leach, how bio-degradable it is , and ultimately the safety of the plastic.

 

#1 – PETE or PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate)

plastic 1plastic 1 plastic_1_3

 

 

Uses: Polyester fibers (Polar Fleece), thermoformed sheet, strapping, soft drink bottles, tote bags, furniture, carpet, paneling and (occasionally) new containers.

Recycling: Picked up through most curbside recycling programs.

Some consider it safe, but this plastic is known to allow bacteria to accumulate.

 

#2 – HDPE or PE-HD (High-density polyethylene)

plastic 2 plastic 2 plastic 2

 

 

Uses: Bottles, grocery bags, milk jugs, recycling bins, agricultural pipe, base cups, car stops, playground equipment, and plastic lumber.

Recycling: Picked up through most curbside recycling programs, although some allow only those containers with necks.

Considered to be safe, and has a lower risk of leaching.

 

#3 – PVC or V (Polyvinyl chloride)

plastic 3 plastic 3 plastic 3

 

 

 

Uses: Pipe, Window profile, Siding, fencing, flooring, shower curtains, lawn chairs, non-food bottles and children’s toys.

Recycling: Extensively recycled in Europe, 481,000 tonnes in 2014 through Vinyl 2010 and VinylPlus initiatives.

 

 

#4 – LDPE or PE-LD (Low-density polyethylene)

plastic 4 plastic 4 plastic 4

 

 

 

Uses: Plastic bags, 6 pack rings, various containers, dispensing bottles, wash bottles, tubing, and various molded laboratory equipment.

Recycling: LDPE is not often recycled through curbside programs, but some communities will accept it. Plastic shopping bags can be returned to many stores for recycling.

Considered to be safe.

 

#5 – PP (Polypropylene)

plastic 5 plastic 5 plastic 5

 

 

 

Uses: Auto parts, industrial fibers, food containers, and dishware.

Recycling: Can be recycled through some curbside programs.

Considered one of the safer plastics.

 

#6 – PS (Polystyrene)

plastic 6 plastic 6 plastic 6

 

 

 

Uses: Desk accessories, cafeteria trays, plastic utensils, toys, video cassettes and cases, clamshell containers, packaging peanuts, and insulation board and other expanded polystyrene products.

Recycling: Can be recycled through some curbside programs.

Leaching potentially toxic chemicals, especially when heated.

 

#7 – OTHER

plastic 7 plastic 7 plastic 7

 

 

 

Uses: Bottles, plastic lumber applications, headlight lenses, and safety shields/glasses..

Recycling: Traditionally not been recycled. Some curbside programs now take them.

These plastics should be avoided due to possibly containing hormone disruptors like BPA, which has been linked to infertility, hyperactivity, reproductive problems, and other health issues.

 

NOTE: Generally speaking, it would always be better to avoid all plastic use for food when you are able, but in any case 2, 4 and 5 are considered safe for human and animal consumption.

 

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Hi guys, today we are going to talk again about food. We want to share 10 of the most typical Canarian foods.

Canarian food takes its roots from Spanish cuisine, with some African and Latin American influence due to the islands’ location and history.

 

1. Papas Arrugadas and Mojo

papas arrugadas

This is probably the most famous and typical Canarian food. Papas arrugadas are wrinkled potatoes boiled in very salty water, drained and tossed in sea salt.

They are always served with mojo rojo (a spicy red salsa) and mojo verde (a savoury green salsa made with either coriander or parsley). Do not peel them, you will waste most of their taste. It is supposed that typical papas arrugadas  are made with typical small Canarian potatoes (like papas negras).

Cannot eat in a Canarian restaurants without having some papas arrugadas and mojo.

 

2. Escaldón de Gofio

escaldon de gofio

Gofio (toasted grain flour) is at the base of a lot of Canarian dishes (even for some desserts). It is also supposed to be the basic food eaten by the original Canary islands inhabitants, the Guanche.

One of the most famous plate based on gofio, is escaldon de gofio, that is gofio mixed with a stock (usually but not always) fish based. Sometimes it comes with huge onion wedges for scooping it up.

You should try it. We would suggest it as a side dish for a main meat plate.

 

3. Queso asado

queso asado

Queso asado is a Canarian local, smoked goats’ cheese, usually lightly fried or baked in the oven.

Normally it is served with mojo rojo and mojo verde, but you can find also with palm honey. As a goat cheese, it doesn’t have a really goaty taste.

It is usually served as a starter. We would suggest to try all the 3 sauces version to choose your preferred one, but any of them is a good choice.

 

4. Carne Fiesta

carne fiesta

Carne fiesta is a spicy blend (not really spicy) of cubes of pork marinaded in garlic, thyme, oregano, salt, spicy peppers, paprika, oregano, wine vinegar and maybe even white wine.

It is one of the typical Canarian meat dishes; always a good match with some local wines.

 

5. Pata Asada

Pata asada (roasted leg of pork) is maybe one of the most popular snacks in the bars and restaurants in the Canary Islands.

You can eat alone (as a tapas) or also in a bocadillo (sandwich).

Originally it was a Christmas dish, but nowadays you can find it along all over the year.

 

6. Conejo en Salmorejo

conejo salmorejo

Conejo en Salmorejo (rabbit in salmorejo sauce) is another typical Canarian meat dish.

Rabbit is marinated whole night in red wine and herbs.

It has a quite strong taste and little bit spicy. Good matching with papas arrugadas and local wine.

 

7. Carne Cabra

carne de cabra

Another typical Canarian meat dish. Especially famous in the islands of Fuerteventura, La Gomera, El Hierro and Tenerife, where goat farm always had a stronger tradition.

It has a really strong taste and it is a quite complex dish to prepare.

So if you don’t like so much goat meat, this is not a plate for you.

 

8. Ropa Vieja

ropa vieja

Ropa vieja (literally translated to ‘old clothes’) is a delicious stew that originated as a way to use the leftovers from another traditional dish called puchero.

Nowadays, Ropa Vieja is so important to local cuisine that people make it on its own, not using leftovers.

The dish usually mainly consists of shredded beef and chicken, and sometimes pork as well.

In addition to the meat, you’ll probably find garbanzo beans, tomato sauce, and boiled potatoes.

 

9. Puchero Canario

puchero canario

Puchero Canario is essentially a stew containing meat, vegetables and, often, anything else the chef cares to throw in the pot in addition.

Mainly usual ingredients are: potatoes, corn on the cob, chick peas, cabbage, chunks of meat (normally pig but beef is also used) and chorizo.

 

10. Almogrote

almogrote

Almogrote is a dip typical of the small island of La Gomera and it is made with the leftovers of matured cheese, hot pepper and paprika, all blended together with olive oil and garlic.

As a result, it is something like a mojo with a paté texture.

It has a quite strong cheesy taste and it is usually a good match over some bread as a starter.

Nowadays you can find it also in almost all supermarkets and gastronomic souvenir shop.

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If you love to eat, this guide on some of the best restaurants in Tenerife is for you.

Note: Tenerife is not a gigantic island but also not so small, with thousands and thousands of restaurants. So this list of top 10 restaurants in Tenerife is by all means not complete, but it’s a selection of the best restaurants we personally tried, trying to cover a little bit main restaurant food type. If you have other favorite restaurants in Tenerife (not mentioned in this guide), we’d love to hear if you can share in the comments below.

 

1. Bombay Babu

Bombay Babu

If you like Indian food, this is definitely the place where to go. A wide choice of traditional Hindu food in the south of Tenerife and a very professional and friendly staff.

Also the locations and furnishing are very modern and cured.

For us, Bombay Babu is always a guarantee of a very nice Indian food experience.

 

Address: 

  • Bombay Babu – Torviscas (the original restaurant). Torviscas Calle Valencia, No.4
  • Bombay Babu – Callao Salvaje. Callao Salvaje, Av. El Jable No.45
  • Bombay Babu – El Medano. El Medano, Sotavento Mall (playa Tejita)

Prices: Very good quality/price balance. Generally you can have a good full meal for around 20 € per person

How to get there:

 

2. La Gaviota

La Gaviota

La Gaviota is a tiny restaurant located in Tajao specialized in Canarian style fish and seafood.

When you will seat at your table, you will notice that there is not a menu, just wine list. Just go to the fish counter and you will see the fresh fish available. Since they use fish from local fishermen, the fish available could vary day by day.

Tajao is a small fishing village in Tenerife where you can find really a lot of restaurants serving good fish and seafood. It has become a reference place in Tenerife for eating fish and  also people living in the north of Tenerife come to eat fish there.

So you have a really wide choice of restaurants of this kind there. We have not yet tried them all, but we think La Gaviota stands out above most of the others for quality.

Address: Calle Tabaibarril,núm 2, San Miguel de Tajao

Prices:  Little bit higher compared to most of the others, but still very good quality/price balance. Usually eating in a group of more than 4 people results in a cheaper bill.

How to get there: La Gaviota

Eating tip: Avoid dish like paella and go mainly for local fish and seafood. Suggested: pimiento del padron, chopitos, squid alla romana, pampano, abadejo,  caballa. Prawns are available but quite expensive since not local. White wine of the house is very good and always a good choice.

 

3. Pizzeria Luna Rossa

Luna Rossa

You can find a pizza almost everywhere in Tenerife (like almost everywhere in the world), but finding a good pizza (I mean a good Italian pizza) is not that easy.

Luna Rossa is a quite small pizzeria located in El Medano in a quite small side street, so maybe not so easy to notice compared to the many other touristic restaurants of the zone. Decor of the restaurant is very simple but warm with a lovely atmospheare.

They are really Italian, serving a real Italian pizza and calzone (closed pizza). The also have other interesting Italian dishes like pasta, salumeria, cheese, and other, but for sure pizza is a first choice with a quite wide list available.

Address: Paseo Galo Ponte No. 12, El Medano

Prices:  For the quality of the pizza, price is very affordable.

How to get there: Luna Rossa Pizzeria

Eating tip: Pizza and beer is always a good match. Just choose the topping best matching your taste.

 

4. Thai Botanico

Thai Botanico

Thai Botanico is a Thai restaurant located in Parque Santiago, a very touristic zone in the south of Tenerife.

It has a stunning botanical dining terrace that will make you feel like you’re in Thailand. They also decorate the restaurant with authentic imported artefacts from Eastern region of Thailand.

Food taste is little bit adapted with the european tongue (especially British taste), so it’s not so spicy and not 100% like you would eat in Thailand and sometimes they introduce also some fusion dishes, but you can always ask the waiters for extra chili on the side.

Staff is very professional, friendly and speaking really a lot of different languages (but not Indonesian 🙂 ) .

So if you want to taste some asian food, Thai Botanico is really a good option.

Address: 1st Floor Commercial Centre Safari. Avenida Las Americas, 5 Arona

Prices:  Especially due to the location, the price is quite high, but noth higher than restaurant in the same zone.

How to get there: Thai Botanico

 

5. Samelo – Veg in Abades

samelo

Samelo is a vegan restaurant in the small sea village of Abades. Vegan cuisine is getting always more popular and fashion nowadays and for vegan people having a vegan restaurant available also during their holidays is quite important.

The restaurant is quite recent (around little bit more than 1 year) and outside the typical touristic zones in Tenerife. The village of Abades is growing little bit in the last years, but still quite small and not very crowded. You can easily park there and you have also a quite nice small beach where you can also do diving.

The restaurant is very cozy with an original decor and the staff are very friendly and always smiling. They have both inside and outside tables.

If you follow us, you knows that we are not vegan, but we like to eat well. So if you are vegan or not, we suggest to try this restaurant to have a different good meal. We found also tempeh here.

Since they almost use only local and season products, they don’t have a fixed menu. Just have a seat and let them suggest you with their daily proposal. You will have maybe a choice between around 10 dishes, and you will find for sure something that makes you hungry.

Almost everything is handmade, very fresh and tasty.

Address: calle 16 mayo, Abades

Prices:  Quite expensive compared to other restaurant in the same zone, but also the quality of the food (handmade) is very high, so the price is reasonable.

How to get there: Samelo

Eating tip: Plato Degustacion (a mix plate of daily dish tasting) is always a good option. You can share it as a starter, or choose as your main dish if you want to try more kind of food. Sometimes Abades can be very windy, in that case better to eat inside the restaurant. Before going there, better to check on their facebook page (always updated) to make sure they are opened. Also a call for booking a table would be recommended.

 

6. Meson Donde Mario

Donde Mario

Donde Mario is a typical Canarian / Spanish restaurant where you can find both smart tourists and local people or family celebrating any kind of event.

The restaurant is quite with a typical Spanish restaurant interior. High quality food, really well cooked. Also the staff are professional.

Good variety for the wine list.

 

Address: Ctra. Provincial, 199. Santa Úrsula

Prices:  This is not a guachinche, so the price is not really cheap, but very high quality / price balance.

How to get there: Donde Mario

Eating tip: Queso Frito con mojo y miel de palma, Conejo en salmorejo, Rabo de toro, Escaldon

 

7. Zur Currywurst

Currywurst

Zur Currywurst is a small authentic German food restaurant near the sea in the touristic area of Torviscas in Costa Adeje. If you do not know it is not so easy to find it, because you need to climb some stairs of the commercial  center over all the restaurant downstair in the sea frontline, where each of these restaurants will try to convince you to eat there.

Restaurant furniture is very simple, and it is quite small inside, but they have a wide terrace with a very nice view on the sea. That’s why most of the people always eat outside.

The restaurant is managed by just two young German guys, Robert and Micha. Usually one of them is taking care of the kitchen, and the other one of the customers. They do not speak Spanish too much, but they are really nice and friendly and do not have problem talking in English and of course German. In the terrace, there is also a big screen where you can watch Bundesliga football match or F1.

Menu list is not very wide, but if you are looking for a good German beer and a typical German food, this is the place to go. As the name suggest, the top dish is curry wurst plate, typical German sausage covered with a curry sauce, served with fries and sauerkraut.

Address: CC Terranova, local 303Torviscas

Prices:  Affordable.

How to get thereZur Currywurst

Eating tip: Big thumbs up for currywurts and a pint of beer.

 

8. Cofradía El Muelle de Candelaria

el muelle candelaria

Cofradia El Muelle de Candelaria  is a fish/seafood restaurant in the village of Candelaria. Restaurant is not really big and the furniture is quite simple, but they have also a small terrace with a nice veiw on the ocean. You can eat nice fresh fish and seafood at a reasonable price, but if you just want to eat that, maybe the best option would be to go in Tajao as we suggested before.

What make this restaurant special in our opinion, is that you can find a really good paella here. Tenerife is not the best place for eat paella. You can find in a lot of restaurants, but usually in a poor quality. In this restaurant instead, we found always a really good quality paella. If you never tried, and the weather is not really hot, you could also try a really good arroz caldoso here. Arroz caldoso is quite similar to a paella, but has also broth.

Sadly they are not serving paella every day, so before going there is highly suggested to give a phone to make sure if paella is scheduled for that day.

Address: Av. de la Constitución, Centro Comercial El Pozo local 09, Candelaria

Prices:  Affordable for the kind of food.

How to get thereCofradía El Muelle de Candelaria

Eating tip: Seafood soup, paella, arroz caldoso.

 

9. Meson El Monasterio

Monasterio

Meson El Monasterio is a gastronomic hotspot in a stunning location in Los Realejos. It was an old monastery, in the 1990s, offering few restaurants in a 100.000 m2 unique location between gardens, terraces and a farm.

Restaurants mainly offer  grilled meat, Spanish and Canarian food and a selection of good wines.

Parking is easy available in the complex. Food is good, but you could find better/cheaper place to eat meat (like guachinche). Anyway the location is really awesome to spend a day chilling out with your partner/family in a really original and green location at the foot of the volcano.

Address: La Montañeta, 12. Los Realejos

Prices:  Little bit expensive due to the location.

How to get there: Meson El Monasterio

 

10. Tasca El Granero

granero

Tasca El Granero is a small restaurant where you can eat Spanish tapas and Canarian food. It is open only in the evening (18.00 – 24.00, closed on Sunday) and they do not accept reservations, so since the restaurant is not so big and it is quite popular, tables are usually quite easy to get busy.

Better to get there quite early or probably you will have to wait maybe quite a long to have your seat. If so, you can at least enjoy some of their very nice wine while you are waiting for your table.

Service, management and restaurant design is very cozy and familiar. It is the ideal place to spend the night with friends or family while tasting some nice food and wine.

Address: Calle Isla Margarita 13, Buzanada

Prices:  Not cheap.

How to get thereTasca El Granero

Eating tip: We would suggest almost everything, so we can say try more tapas/food.

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Halo…hola!! How’s your day guys?? Hope you have a great day…. 🙂

After a lot of savory recipes that I posted in Ada Indonesia, I think it’s time to share a dessert recipe. Today’s recipe is a recipe of Banana Cake. This is one of my favorite dessert recipe, because it’s easy to make. You don’t need a mixer & if you have a very ripe banana that is unpleasant to eat because it’s mushy, if you make that banana into this cake..it’s like you give that banana a second life. The cake even taste better with that over ripe banana (is that the right term to say banana that is too ripe? hehehe…sorry for my english, but I think you know what I mean 🙂 )

OK! Don’t want to talk any longer, let’s go to the kitchen!

NO MIXER BANANA CAKE

No Mixer Banana Cake

Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Cooking Time: 55 minutes

 

Ingredients:

  • 350 gr (3 pcs) – Banana
  • 225 gr – All purpose flour
  • 1 tsp – Salt
  • 1,5 tsp – Baking Powder
  • 1 tsp – Cinnamon Powder
  • 115 gr – Sugar
  • 1 – Egg
  • 1/2 cup – Vegetable Oil (Sun Flower Oil)
  • 2 tsp – Vanilla Esence

Preparations:

  1. First step, pre-heat the oven at 180°C & coat the baking pan with butter. Set it aside.
  2. Shift the flour & mix all dry ingredients in a bowl (flour, sugar, salt, cinnamon powder, baking powder).
  3. Peel bananas & mash with the fork, the add the oil. Mix well.
  4. After that, add the egg & vanilla essence. Mix well again.
  5. Last thing to do, put the banana mixture into the dry ingredients. Mix well (watch the video for the important tips).
  6. Add the cake mixture into the baking pan, then bake in the oven at 180°C for 50-55 minutes.
  7. When the cake is fully baked, take it out from the oven and let it cool down a little bit before you sprinkle with sugar powder. Happy cooking!

Bananas are a great dietary source of potassium. A potassium-rich diet can help lower blood pressure, and people who eat plenty of potassium have up to a 27% lower risk of heart diseaseWe hope that you like this recipe. Thank you for visiting our website. We love to hear from you, so please leave your comment down bellow.

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