Who among you likes to eat spicy food? If so, surely you are already familiar with this culinary one. Blame his name. Seblak is a typical Sundanese dish originating from the Bandung area. By using the main ingredients of wet crackers, seblak becomes even more delicious if you add various kinds toppings, one of them is checker.
Well, here we will give you 5 choices of places to eat seblak claws in Bandung that you can buy
1. Seblak Sultan
For residents of Bandung, especially those who live in the Citarum area, they must be familiar with this one seblak shop. Yes, his name is Seblak Sultan. As the name implies, here they offer seblak with a thick sauce that is so appetizing. Not only that, the price offered is also very affordable, you know.
The menu is also very diverse, ranging from seblak bones, seblak kikil, seblak vegetables, seblak cilok, seblak batgor, seblak dumplings, seblak noodles, complete seblak, seblak 5 kinds, seblak 13 kinds, and of course seblak claws.
Address: Jalan Sultan Agung Number 10, Citarum, Bandung Wetan District, Bandung City, West Java.
Operational hour: Open every day from 10.00-20.00 WIB.
2. Seblak Syahrini
Next is Seblak Syahrini. As the name implies, surely the menu offered is so clear and appetizing. Of course, all the menus here are spicy.
The menu includes cilok goang, goang tongue, goang mie, claw firecracker with 2 toppings, bone firecracker with 2 toppings, claw firecracker+indomie+siomay+kikil, batagor merconmie devil level 1-5, and many more.
Address: Jalan Pasundan Number 120, Pungkur, Regol District, Bandung City, West Java.
Operational hour: Monday (11.00-21.00 WIB), Wednesday-Sunday (11.00-21.00 WIB)
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3. Seblak Oces
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Seblak Oces is the right choice for those of you who want seblak and happen to be in the Babakan Ciamis area. Here, they offer a variety of spicy seblak menus.
Starting from only IDR 10,000, you can already enjoy a serving of mixed seblak containing batagor, dumplings and crackers. If you want additional claws/bones/baso, you only need to add Rp. 2,000. Cheap, right?
Address: Alfamart Punawarman, Jalan Punawarman Number 22, Babakan Ciamis, Sumur Bandung District, Bandung City, West Java.
Operational hour: Open every day from 10.00-18.45 WIB.
4. Seblak Abdul
Seblak Abdul is a seblak shop that must be familiar to school children. In addition to the low price, its strategic position also makes this shop crowded with visitors.
Here you can get a bowl of seblak for only Rp. 8,000, you know. The name of the menu itself is seblak as you like and you can choose 3 fillings (crackers, batagor, dumplings, macaroni, kwetiau, meatballs, noodles, tofu, cimol, pakcoy, mushrooms, bones, claws, and gravel)
Address: Jalan Ayah Husen Number 5a, Cipaganti, Coblong District, Bandung City.
Operational hour: Monday-Saturday (10.00-20.00 WIB)
5. Seblak Winar
For those of you who crave seblak in the middle of the night and are looking for a seblak that is open 24 hours, you can come to Jalan Gelatik Number 81, because there is Seblak Winar that will serve you. Or if you don’t want to come directly, you can also order it in person on line via the ojek app on line.
For the menu itself, there are 3 kinds of seblak which are priced at Rp. 12,000, seblak 1 which is priced at Rp. 8,000, and 2 kinds of Seblak which are priced at Rp. 10,000. Well, you can also ask for additional claws, bones and eggs.
Address: Wren Street Number 81, Sadang Serang, Coblong District, Bandung City, West Java.
Operational hour: Open every day 24 hours.
For those of you residents of Bandung or who are currently on vacation in Bandung and are looking for a delicious reference for seblak claw, the 5 choices of seblak claw above can be the right choice for you to visit. Hopefully the reviews above are useful and don’t forget to share them with your friends too!
Also Read: Recipe for Making Spicy Kikil Soup Seblak, Makes You Sweat!
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