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Outdoor food court near the train station

Jalan Pasirkaliki, Bandung

Paskal Food Market

It's an open-air food court that claims to serve 1,100 different cuisines.

Photo of Paskal Food Market

We counted about 100, but this selection is more than enough to allow a fussy eater to find something to their liking -- for the gastronome, it could well break them.

The process for ordering is overly-complex, but not too much of a hassle. Order from one of the many food counters, take your docket to the nearby cashier, receive another docket, take that to your original food counter and receive a number, take that number and remaining dockets to a table of your choice in the sun or under shelter and wait for your food to be delivered.

Most food served here is a step above that of a warung and also allows you to sample a smattering of foods from other Asian countries. One of the better options within walking distance of the train station.

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Last updated on 17th July, 2012.


Paskal Food Market
Jalan Pasirkaliki, Bandung

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