Food on the streets of Jakarta: It’s really INDONESIA

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Food on the streets of Jakarta: It’s really INDONESIA

Citizens who live in a country like Indonesia has a list of unfinished foods and drinks often they prefer to eat their food outside the home, but at the same time do not go to restaurants luxury but want to taste the foods offered by street vendors and Who’s at all times for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Where there is food on the streets of Jakarta

Eat in the streets of Jakarta, it is often a street vendors who have a small cart make it their own food, or perhaps “stall” in one of the old fields or even from a shop can customers see the food during preparation and makes them feel safe on the material factory, including this which document the trust between the applicants and sponsors food from street vendors, unlike the situation in the Great Restaurant.

Types of food offered in the streets of Jakarta

Vary the types of foods offered in the streets of Jakarta between quick simple types Cal “tofu – tofu” fried to more complex types Cal “Goodge – gudeg”.

In large cities such as Jakarta and Plaza Surabaya, Bandung, Semarang, Gailon vendors offers many traditional foods from various regions in the archipelago, but in smaller cities, usually provide the most common Cal “Bagso – bakso” or meatballs that are usually normally offering local cuisine in a bowl, like soup, with noodles and (tofu), eggs and fried meat.

There are also other types of more popular, such as “soup,” which consists of the broth and meat are often used as beef and chicken, but there are also “Sotos” with the lamb, which is often served with compressed rice.

The other dish is the most famous and provided Gailon vendors in the streets of Jakarta, is a dish “satay” It consists of pieces or slices of meat (chicken, goat, lamb, beef, or fish) in skewers of grilled in charcoal or wood fire is then added to the various warm spices.


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