Pasta is a typical Italian meal with various variants of shapes and sizes. In Italy there are more than 650 types of pasta and almost every year to create a new shape. Pasta shaped like a long-term so-called spaghetti noodles, thinner variation called vermicelli, variations in long and flat like kwetiauw fen called linguine, while slightly thicker version called fettuccine. Pasta is better known in Indonesia in the form spaghetti, macaroni, or lasagna.
The pasta is usually served with a sauce made from tomato base material and heavy cream. But, Horison Samarinda has a special recipe that certainly no less tasty. Pasta Sambal Matah, a special recipe from the General Manager of Horison Samarinda, Fajar S. Aziz that are specifically dedicated to the public Samarinda. "This new pasta menu is a special offering to the citizens of Horison Samarinda Samarinda, while supporting the government's efforts in enriching culinary tour in New York City".
Sambal Matah usually consumed by the people of Bali as a condiment flavor enhancers wide variety of side dishes authentic Bali. Matah sauce is a combination of onion, garlic, chili, lemongrass and grilled shrimp paste, as well as the fresh scent of lime adds taste of Indonesia in the preparation of pasta. This special menu can be presented with 2 choices of pasta, fettuccine or spaghetti. Curious? just come to Horison Samarinda, Jl. Imam Bonjol No. 9, get Pasta Sambal Matah in Malabar Resto only Rp 22,500, - nett.