Jakarta street food, multiple kinds of popular street food sold in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia.
Travelling fruit rujak and fresh fruit vendor, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Travelling Soto Mie Bogor cart in Jakarta street preparing Soto Mie putting salt on bowl. The ingredients displayed on window, such as noodle and rice vermicelli, cabbage, tomato, cow's leg (cartilage) and tripes, and risoles spring rolls.
Kerak Telor vendor on Jakarta street. Kerak Telor is traditional Betawi spicy omelette dish. Made from the mixture of rice, egg, spices, spicy coconut granule, and fried shallots.
Kakilima (lit. five feet) street vendor carts in Jakarta, Indonesia, selling Indonesian typical dishes such as chicken satay, soto, gado-gado, and es teler.
Es air tebu (sugarcane juice) seller at street side of Jalan Percetakan Negara, Central Jakarta, Indonesia.
Asinan peddlar frequented residential area in Rawasari Timur, Central Jakarta, Indonesia, selling asinan, preserved vegetable dish commonly found in Jakarta, Betawi cuisine, Indonesia.
The seller making Tongseng dish (Javanese spicy goat meat soup) in their typical cart in Glodok area, Jakarta. Tongseng is a speciality of Solo (Surakarta) city, Central Java.