# Kuliner # Pekanbaru

Suka Senang Sop Kaki Kambing Pak Kumis Pekanbaru

Mixed mutton soup Rp 48.000,-
It's a long name for a food stall, but we can call it Pak Kumis. I don't understand why goat feet soup stalls use weird names such as kumis (mustache) or jenggot (beard). It's kind of iyuuuh.... However, those names are usually famous food stalls or restaurants. This one is located at Jl Jendral Sudirman Ujung - Pelita, Pekanbaru, under Jembatan Siak I.

Mutton satay Rp 35.000
It's not difficult to find this stall. You just open your eyes widely. They only have an old banner with fadded letters. The most obvious sign that this is the right place is a lot of cars parking in front of it. This stall is always full, so if you really want to eat here, you have to be patient. They serve quickly so the customers do not have to wait for a long time. The place is also not comfortable because some beggars come freely, so the customers eat fast.

Actually the taste is not so special and the prices are high, but this is the only goat feet soup stall in town. Maybe there is another goat feet soup seller in another part of Pekanbaru, but I haven't heard it yet. I don't know if this soup suits for the whole family because of its high cholesterol ingredients, but I noticed that the customers usually come here with the family members.

They do not give any number on customer's tables, but it seems they rarely make mistakes. I don't know how they mark which bowl for who in a crowded situation. They also do not have enough spare cutlery, so it needs an effort just to ask for a spoon.

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