Selat Solo. This food is the result of acculturation between Javanese and the Dutch culture during colonial period centuries ago. Javanese people call it "selat" but Dutch call it "salad". Different tongue, different spelling. Basically this meal consists of beef, boiled potatoes, french fries, lettuce, carrots, green beans, tomatoes and onions doused with spicy sauce & home made mayonnaise.
Siomay. Think of it as Indonesia’s version of dim sum -- traditional steamed fish dumplings known in China as shaomai. A complete portion comes with a steamed potato, cabbage, egg, and bitter gourd, and is served with a boiled peanut sauce similar to gado-gado. For the less health-inclined, an alternative to siomay is batagor, which is fried instead of steamed.
Sop kambing (mutton soup). If Indonesia ever got cold enough to necessitate a winter stew sop kambing would be even more popular. A robust soup with a yellow broth full of celery, tomato, and great chunks of goat meat, this dish could make the Campbell’s soup man quiver. Be warned if you have high blood pressure since the dish will heat you up. Ginger, lime leaf, candlenut and spring onion give it peppery smell that adds to its refreshingly earthy flavor