Martabak Telur is a must try! It is sweet, salty and spicy all in one package! There are always the best places to eat these little fatty goodness. We will show you where - don't miss out!

Martabak telur (egg with ground mutton or beef and green onion wrapped) Indonesian recipes

Soto Mie  (by The Samperuru)

Special noodle food from west java indonesia. Rich broth, chewy noodle, big chunks of beef, and special spring roll mix together in one bowl.

Bandrek (Indonesia). 'Bandrek is a traditional hot, sweet and spicy beverage native to Sundanese of West Java, Indonesia. It is usually made of ginger, and other ingredients such as cinnamon, star anise, cloves, coriander seeds, cardamom pods, lemongrass, palm sugar, and sometimes a small amount of chillies.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/indonesia/java

Bandrek - a traditional hot, sweet and spicy beverage native to Sundanese of West Java, Indonesia.

Tahu Gejrot is crisp-fried tofu bathed in a thin, dark sauce flavored with green chili and shallots. A popular street food.

Tahu Gejrot is crisp-fried tofu bathed in a thin, dark sauce flavored with green chili and shallots. A popular street food and getting famous in the country. Super easy to make with the delicious exotic unique flavor

Pempek Palembang

(Is a savoury fishcake delicacy from South Sumatera-Palembang, Indonesia. It is made from fish and tapioca. Pempek is served with yellow noodles and a dark, rich sweet and sour sauce called kuah cuka or kuah cuko)

Festivities MUST-HAVE | Nasi Tumpeng | The color yellow symbolizes wealth, abundance and high moral. This kind of Tumpeng is usually used as substitute of a birthday cake!

The MoTCE has announced 30 iconic Indonesian traditional food. It's a start to introduce to you what Indonesian food is all about.

Wingko is Indonesian traditional snack made from tapioca starch, sticky rice flour, grated coconut, coconut milk, egg, sugar and salt.

Wingko is Indonesian traditional snack made from tapioca starch, sticky rice flour, grated coconut, coconut milk, egg, sugar and salt.

Bakmi A Boen, Gg. Kelinci no 16, Pasar Baru, Jakarta, Indonesia | A Boen is so in high-demand that they have at least 20 branches in all over Jakarta. Their noodles are soft and smooth and deliciously oily!

Makan di Mana di Jakarta?

Bakmi A Boen, Gg. Kelinci no Pasar Baru, Jakarta. This noodle cafe is my family's fave. My dad has known this place ever since he was in college, almost 50 yrs ago.

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