Mercurejakartasimatupang.com – As a business traveler or leisure traveler, this is a good check-list of authentic Indonesian cuisine in Jakarta. These are the foods to eat in Jakarta when you visit. Indonesia is the biggest archipelago country in the world, with over 15.000 different islands and cultures.
Indonesia has lots of things to offer to the world of culinary. The food speaks for its self, so you have to eat Indonesian food before you dies so you can feel the taste of heaven.
Luckily for you, we’ve compiled them.
01). Sate Ayam
Grilled chicken skewer, peanut sauce served with steamed rice and pickle.
02). Nasi Goreng
Indonesian special fried rice (beef or chicken) with satay, fried chicken, fried egg, spicy peanut salted fish, prawn cracker and pickle.
03). Nasi Goreng Seafood
Indonesian seafood fried rice served with prawn.
03). Nasi Goreng Ikan Asin
Wok stir fried rice, shrimp and salted fish served with pickle.
04). Ayam Betutu
Balinese roasted chicken in banana leaf with lemon grass and turmeric.
05). Ayam Bakar Rujak
Grilled spicy marinated spring chicken served with steamed rice and vegetables.
06). Bebek Goreng Graffiti
Deep fried marinated turmeric duck served with steamed rice, vegetable and chili shrimp paste.
07). Mie Ayam Bakso
Set wanton noodle with chicken, meatballs, wanton cracker, chicken soup and chili sauce.
08). Soto Ayam
Chicken, egg, cabbage and bean sprout, tomato turmeric broth served with steamed rice, chili paste, sweet soya, line and cracker chips.
Traditional steamed vegetables salad with peanut sauce, egg and cracker chips.
10). Nasi Timbel
Traditional Sundanese rice set with fried sweet beef, fried chicken, salted fish and vegetable sour soup.
11). Rawon Surabaya
Beef black soup East Javanese style served with bean sprout, salted duck egg, basil, chili shrimp paste and cracker chips.
12). Tongseng Kambing
Traditional spicy tasty lamb, cabbage and chili bird stewed, turmeric sauce served with steamed rice.
13). Soto Tangkar
Betawinese short ribs soup served with steamed rice, chili shrimp paste, pickle and cracker chips.
14). Sop Buntut
Indonesian favorite oxtail soup served with steamed rice, chili paste, sweet soya sauce, lime and cracker.
15). Buntut Bakar Rica
Grilled oxtail in Manadonese style, chili sauce served with steamed rice.
16). Gurame Goreng
Deep fried plain water fish served with shrimp chili paste, raw vegetables and steamed rice.
17). Cha Kangkung
Stir fried water spinach with garlic and oyster mushroom sauce.
18). Cha Broccoli Mushroom
Stir fried broccoli with garlic and oyster mushroom sauce.
19). Es Palu Butung
Banana, rice pudding in crusted ice with coconut cream and syrup.
20). Es Campur/Teler
Coconut, jackfruit, strawberry syrup and condensed milk.
20 Indonesian foods that you should eat at least once in your life. Enjoy our new menus! Book your table, call us 021-75-999-777 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.