Wisata Kuliner ke Kantin Borju ITB


Nasi Goreng Sosis dengan sepotong Daging

Nasi Goreng Sosis dilengkapi dengan sepotong daging

Brownies isi Ice Cream

Makanan pilihan Wulung

Makanan Pilihan Kurnia

Sebelum mengumpulkan Tugas Pendahuluan Praktikum Elektronika daya di Lab Konversi, kami menyempatkan untuk menikmati hidangan enak khas kantin borju. Yah, sekalian survey kantin lain  untuk dibandingkan dengan kantin Barat Laut Kokesma ITB. Sudah 4 kali saya lakukan survey tersebut. Dan hasilnya memang mengerikan. harga sepiring (kayaknya mah 1/4 piring) nasi goreng plus daging ayam aja sama dengan 1.5 kali harga di KBL yang notabene nasinya banyak. Belum lagi sayur mayur yang dibeli oleh teman-teman yang cukup mahal. Namun, sisi positif yang saya dapatkan adalah pelayanan yang baik juga harus diimbangi dengan harga yang pantas. Jarang saya temukan di Kantin ini, mahasiswa ataupun civitas akademik lainnya mengeluh akan pesanan yang lama ataupun kebersihan tempat. Yah, mungkin dikarenakan jumlah pengunjung yang tidak begitu padat seperti di KBL.

Nah, melihat menu-menu diatas, saya menjadi sangat berselera untuk menikmati brownies ice cream milik inge. Kayaknya lain kali harus mencoba lagi mencicipi makanan di tempat ini karena ternyata banyak menu-menu andalan yang kurang diketahui oleh masyarakat kampus. Mungkin, jika dipromosiin lebih besar lagi, kantin borju akan menjadi saingan Kantin Barat Laut dalam menjaring konsumen

ok. Cukup sekian perjalanan wisata kuliner saya kali ini. Lain kali akan lebih dahsyat dan muantabb..

Tentang andihendra

Andi hendra paluseri adalah perantau asal medan yang menyelesaikan pendidikannya S1 di ITB jurusan teknik elektro (Tenaga Listrik).
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4 Balasan ke Wisata Kuliner ke Kantin Borju ITB

  1. Salku berkata:

    about his program of gmvernoent: I read Noy’s Platform for Resurgent Hope I fear that (it is) filled with implicit promises that will increase corruption in the long run. Maybe this is just the way that politics occurs. You say things one way but the implementation is what counts. But..I am worried that it is the same checklist of ideas borrowed by left wing/progressive parties in the west. Especially the emphasis on job creation, gender disaparities, environmental regulations, etc. At the same time, it talks about encouraging investment and private enterprise, and it is good on anti-corruption, etc. These sorts of plans may be appropriate for Europe or the US but are a disaster for 3rd world countries. If you remember my speech, I think the time will come when you will have to worry about whether too many giveaways and too much new legislation will only increase existing corruption. Perhaps the time will come when you need to consider some new initiatives that are unusual and which will not have the same flaws as price controls on drugs, subsidies to oil and gas, or bad land reform. I hope that Noy has economists on his team who will discuss his ideas seriously and try to think about what implementing some of his ideas will entail. I will probably be working with the World Bank next year and may end up as one of the World Bank team advising whichever party wins. But the anti-corruption focus is wonderful. You just need to be careful that the things you promise won’t make it harder to keep those promises. I would argue that in Cory’s administration, the foolish plan to control the ex-Marcos assets and sell them off at a high price (PCGG) ended up creating more headaches for the govt than they wished. Since Noy and TG are favorites to win, someone on their team should be thinking seriously about what concrete plans can be implemented that will not increase the probability of corruption. About Dr. John NyeDr. Nye graduated valedictorian (Ateneo HS) in 1977, the same year and school as Noynoy Aquino and TG Guingona. He earned a BS from the California Institute of Technology and a MA and PhD from Northwestern University. Professor Nye is the holder of the Frederic Bastiat Chair in Political Economy at the Mercatus Center. He is a specialist in British and French economic history, and the new institutional economics. He was a founding member of the International Society for the New Institutional Economics and has been on the editorial board of the Journal of Economic History. With John Drobak, he was co-editor of Frontiers in the New Institutional Economics. He has been a National Fellow at the Hoover Institution and a visiting professor at Stanford University. He is a regular visiting professor at the Institut de2€™Etudes Politiques de Paris. His latest book, War, Wine, and Taxes, has just appeared from Princeton University Press.Dr. Nye will soon take up a post at the World Bank and may be part of the team advising the new President of the Philippines.

  2. Asop berkata:

    Huahahaha… mahal ya di situ. 😀
    Dari namanya aja udah ketahuan. 😆
    Tetep deh KBL yang paling yahud! 😎 Saya yang anak PL aja dulu waktu TPB bareng temen2 rela jauh2 ke KBL demi murahnya. 😆

  3. yeris berkata:

    Ya Ampuuun..
    Andi,,
    semakin narsis dengan foto dan gayamu itu…
    Ckckckck..
    inget umur ndi..

  4. otidh berkata:

    mas andi kamu hebat..
    semangat yah

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