The Kitchen: Rahung Nasution’s Na Tinombur

27 Oct 2017 15:30 - 16:30
/ IDR 100,000
Toko Toko. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Batak cuisine of North Sumatra is bursting with bold and complex flavors, and often features unusual ingredients and cooking methods. Food activist and documentary filmmaker Rahung Nasution is one of its most passionate promoters, and fish lovers won’t want to miss his na tinombur – traditional grilled fish from Tapanuli smothered in spicy sauce.

Masakan Batak, Sumatera Utara penuh dengan rasa jelas dan kompleks, dan sering menonjolkan bahan dan metode memasak yang tidak biasa. Pegiat makanan dan Pembuat film documenter, Rahung Nasution adalah salah satu promotornya, ia yang paling bersemangat, dan pecinta ikan ini tidak akan mau melewatkan na tinomburnya – ikan bakar tradisional dari Tapanuli tersaji dengan saus pedas.


Rahung Nasution

Born and raised in Mandailing, North Sumatra, Rahung Nasution would cook dinner for his siblings daily while their parents worked in the rice fields. A food culture activist and documentary …

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