#charcoalcoffee #kopijoss #indonesianstreetfood People are more and more finding a creative way to drink coffee. And the Charcoal Coffee is created. Not only bring a new taste to a familiar cup of coffee, but this Kopi Joss in Yogyakarta is also reported as a way to help prevent intestinal gas after a meal. Sound interesting? […]

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#snailsatay #indonesiansate #indonesianstreetfood Indonesia is famous for pork, beef, or chicken satay. But wait! Have you ever heard about this dish made of snail? You will get a totally different flavor with its chewy meat and a little bit sweet. You need to try this before leaving Bali. Have a nice culinary adventure! Name: Warung […]

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#tipattahu #balinesetofu #indonesianstreetfood As known as a traditional food in Indonesia, Tipat Tahu is one of the must-try foods when visiting this island nation. This is a dish of rice cake mixed with an omelet, soy sauce, tofu, and vegetable sprouts in spicy peanut sauce, which is also integral to Indo cuisine. Let’s come and […]

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#rujakescream #saladicecream #indonesianstreetfood Rujak es cream, or salad with ice cream, is a typical dessert in Indonesia. Being famous since 1978, this Pak Nardi stall is enjoyed by many generations in Yogyakarta with the greatest combination between ice cream and fresh shredded fruit seasoned with chili sauce. Nothing better than enjoy a dish of Rujak […]

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#soerabi #sweetpancake #indonesianstreetfood Soerabi (Serabi) is made from rice flour and coconut milk. It will melt in your mouth. It is traditionally a sweet pancake, but today it has been innovated with sausages, cheese, chocolate, or ice cream. If you visit Indonesia, let try this dish! Name: Waroeng Soerabi Bandoeng 101 Address: Jl. Dewi Sri […]

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Discover this tasty cake bucket list around the world. From Thailand, Indonesia to Vietnam, here are some sweet desserts that you need to try and where to find them. Check it out!!! 1. AMAZING ANIMAL CAKE BAKING SKILLS (Banh 12 con giap) – Vietnamese street foods 2. YOU DON’T SAY!!! CRISPY JAPANESE CREPE MADE IN […]

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