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When it comes to Indonesian food, diversity is definitely what's on offer. From spicy meat curries to deep fried banana to drinks of iced coconut and jelly – cuisine in Indonesia is remarkably varied.

Visitors here will find the food to be a blend of strong flavors always accompanied by nasi or rice. There is a saying in Indonesia that a meal without nasi is not really a meal and this is a philosophy that Indonesians live by, eating nasi goreng for breakfast, and more nasi for lunch and dinner.

But cities and luxury hotels do offer world class international fine dining experiences from Western dishes to Indonesian haute cuisine, or diners simply enjoy delicious freshly caught seafood served on the beach.

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  • Gangan, Belitung’s Special aromatic Fish Soup Culinary Attraction

    Gangan, Belitung’s Special aromatic Fish Soup Culinary Attraction

    One of the island of Belitung’s special culinary attraction is Gangan, a mouth-watering soup dish that is served in many places on the island. However, this particular restaurant has made it into a fine dining experience, claims its owner, which is achieved through its meticulous presentation. So, although people are forced to wait some 10 minutes before they can enjoy this delicious soup, yet they will return to the place over and again....

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    Location: Sumatra » Bangka Belitung » Kab. Belitung

     
    Bandung Culinary Guide

    Bandung Culinary Guide

    Many people visit Bandung, the capital of West Java province, to pamper their taste buds. You'll be amazed with what Bandung has to offer. From various food sold on street vendors to haute cuisine, every visitor will be able to find something to their liking here, in Bandung. Sundanese (the people living in West Java are called Sundanese) has tempting refreshments. Sundanese food tends to be bland yet tasty unless you add sambal dadak (chili...

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    Location: Java » West Java » Kota Bandung

     
    Yogyakarta's Dining Guide

    Yogyakarta's Dining Guide

    Yogyakarta is truly a unique city. Ruled by a king (sultan) whose lineage can be traced to centuries, this city offers plenty cultural and historical heritage. Here you can eat lesehan style without chairs. The rather sweet cuisine of Yogyakarta might surprise you first, but many people have been longing for good Javanese food after trying it once, so you might have the same experience. This city offers many luscious delicacies. From bakpia...

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    Location: Java » DI Yogyakarta » Kota Yogyakarta

     
    Boulevard Area

    Boulevard Area

    In the evenings, the Boulevard Area is a center where you find Manado’s best food.  It is also an icon of the city of Manado, capital of the province of North Sulawesi. This was previously only a center where small vendors and street cafes used to serve various types of Manado cuisine. Food was sold from carts that used to line along the beach front, but the area has now been modernized with the construction of malls and shopping...

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    Location: Sulawesi » North Sulawesi » Manado City

     
  • West Java Specialties

    Many people visit Bandung, the capital of West Java province, to pamper their taste buds. You'll be amazed with what Bandung has to offer. From various food sold on street vendors to haute cuisine, every visitor will be able to find something to their liking here, in Bandung.Sundanese (the people living in West Java are called Sundanese) has tempting refreshments. Sundanese food tends to be bland yet tasty unless you add sambal dadak (chili...

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    Location: Java » West Java » Kota Bandung

     
    Jakarta: Dining Experience in Metropolitan City

    Jakarta: Dining Experience in Metropolitan City

    Jakarta today offers an excellent variety of sophisticated fine dining restaurants located in many parts of this sprawling metropolitan city. The best Indonesian cuisine and international restaurants are found in unique surroundings as they are located in elegant and well appointed colonial buildings that enhance that special nostalgic atmosphere of fine, graceful dining  like in those colonial days long gone. The Oasis Restaurant on Jalan...

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    Location: Java » DKI Jakarta

     
    Jakarta Street Food Scene

    Jakarta Street Food Scene

    Living in a country that has endless variety of food and drinks, Indonesians do eat out, but the majority does not go to restaurants. The local food scene relies heavily on street food. Indonesians savour the delicious meals offered by ubiquitous street vendors day and night for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Street food is a quick meal sold by a vendor with a push cart, basket, at a stall, or possibly at a store where customers can see the...

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    Location: Java » DKI Jakarta