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Rawon, The Black Soup from East Java, Indonesia

Rawon, The Black Soup from East Java, Indonesia

Everyone loves Rawon Indonesia has various traditional dishes from each of its provices and Rawon is the famous traditional dish from East Java province which totally different (for its appearance) with other dish in Indonesia. Generally, this dish can be categorized as a soup and furthermore, it is an extreme soup. Have you ever seen … Continue reading

Bir Pletok, Traditional Beer from Jakarta

Bir Pletok, Traditional Beer from Jakarta

The name of Bir Pletok Last article visitingjava shared an information about Jakarta and also a brief of Jakarta’s heritage which known as Bir Pletok. It is very popular since centuries ago and the name of Bir Pletok was given by the old people of Jakarta (Betawi people). The existence of Bir Pletok was an … Continue reading

Roti Buaya, The Wedding Icon from Jakarta

Roti Buaya, The Wedding Icon from Jakarta

Roti Buaya, a Meaningful Bread Marriage is a sacred event and Roti Buaya (Crocodile Bread) holds important parts in traditional wedding ceremony especially for Betawi people who known as the local people of Jakarta. This unique bread surely interesting as wedding gift since the shape is extraordinary and there are also special meanings which carried by … Continue reading

Cendol, Worm-like Jelly for All Dessert Fans

Cendol, Worm-like Jelly for All Dessert Fans

The origin of Cendol Have you heard about Cendol before? Well, it might be familiar for people who live in South East Asia especially in Indonesia. This dessert is very popular either at big cities or small villages and that is the reason why Cendol is easy to be found. Most people in Indonesia believe … Continue reading

Gado – Gado, Delicious Indonesian Salad

Gado – Gado, Delicious Indonesian Salad

Gado – Gado, Tasty and Healthy Yes, if you are a person who prefer to take vegetables rather than meat, Gado – Gado is a perfect dish either for day or night. The phrase Gado – Gado (in Bahasa, especially Betawi language) means “ Mixed Things ”. This name refers to the appearance of the … Continue reading

Soto, National Dish from Indonesia

Soto, National Dish from Indonesia

Soto and the influence of foreign dish Indonesia as an archipelago nation has various traditional dishes and Soto is one of Indonesia’s traditional dishes which considered as National dish since a hundred years ago.  It is a simple effort for everyone who came to Indonesia to find restaurants, traditional food stalls and even a modern … Continue reading