What About Indonesian Food ?

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  • jjmobiles
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    • May 2016
    • 1

    What About Indonesian Food ?

    hi, any body can help me, i need to know about u country all areas, i mean food travel, and all others
  • marcus
    Member
    • Jul 2008
    • 9239

    #2
    The only thing I know is that most Indonesians like spicy food , so if you don't , better ask : ini pedas ? (is this spicy ?)

    You can find a lot of information in the internet by looking for something like : tentang makanan Indonesia (about Indonesian food) .


    https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masakan_Indonesia (Indonesian food)

    https://travel.kompas.com/read/2017/...ah-coba-semua- (100 recommended)

    If necessary , translate at Google Translate


    http://www.expat.or.id/info/sitemap.html#Culture (Indonesian Culture)
    Last edited by marcus; 15-02-19, 09:31.

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    • molly_tyger
      Member
      • Mar 2019
      • 5

      #3
      Soto Betawi is delicious in Jakarta, the Mie Goerang at the night market in Sanur on Bali is fantastic, satay is good anywhere that the meat hasn't been festering in the sun for too long. Soto Ayam can be good in many places.
      But, IMO, Indonesian food gets worse the farther you go from the cities.

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      • Razzoney
        Member
        • Aug 2019
        • 2

        #4
        Originally posted by molly_tyger View Post
        Soto Betawi is delicious in Jakarta, the Mie Goerang at the night market in Sanur on Bali is fantastic, satay is good anywhere that the meat hasn't been festering in the sun for too long. Soto Ayam can be good in many places.
        But, IMO, Indonesian food gets worse the farther you go from the cities.
        Thank you for information and for the tips

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        • sebbastian
          Member
          • Mar 2019
          • 5

          #5
          I have not tasted Indonesian food yet

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          • EsmeraldaCunningham
            Member
            • Jul 2023
            • 2

            #6
            Indonesian food is absolutely amazing. The vibrant flavors, aromatic spices, and diverse range of dishes make it a culinary paradise. Don't miss out on trying rendang, nasi goreng, and sate when you get the chance!

            Indonesian cuisine is a treasure trove of mouthwatering flavors and unique dishes. One of my personal favorites is nasi goreng, a delicious fried rice dish packed with aromatic spices and usually topped with a fried egg. It's such a satisfying and comforting meal that never fails to hit the spot.

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            • Basitbulusi
              Member
              • Sep 2023
              • 1

              #7
              Indonesian cuisine is a delightful journey through a myriad of flavors and dishes. Each region has its culinary specialties. For instance, in Sumatra, you'll savor fiery rendang, while Java offers the iconic Nasi Goreng, a delectable fried rice dish.

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              • Jamtalaban
                Member
                • Sep 2023
                • 1

                #8
                If you're a soup lover, don't miss Soto Ayam, a fragrant chicken soup with a burst of flavors.

                As for me, Indonesia is a treasure trove of natural beauty. Bali's pristine beaches, lush rice terraces, and vibrant coral reefs make it a paradise for travelers. If you're seeking adventure, consider hiking up Mount Bromo or exploring the untouched rainforests of Borneo.

                As for my personal journey, I've been making an effort to maintain a balanced diet.

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                • GwendolynPineda
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                  • Feb 2023
                  • 5

                  #9
                  I believe that Indonesia is a food lover's paradise, with a rich culinary heritage that varies from region to region.

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                  • SebastienRichards
                    Member
                    • Feb 2023
                    • 6

                    #10
                    In Sumatra, you'll savor fiery dishes like rendang, while Java offers iconic dishes like nasi goreng and sate. Bali boasts fresh seafood and unique flavors, and Sulawesi is known for its spicy and exotic dishes.

                    Each area has its own specialties, and exploring Indonesian cuisine is like embarking on a culinary adventure. Whether you're a fan of bold spices, tropical fruits, or fragrant rice dishes, Indonesia has something to satisfy every palate.

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                    • lostinthedarkkk
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                      • Sep 2023
                      • 2

                      #11
                      Soto Ayam sounds absolutely delicious; I'm definitely a sucker for flavorful soups. Your description of Indonesia's natural beauty is spot-on! I've always dreamt of visiting Bali and immersing myself in its stunning landscapes. The thought of hiking up Mount Bromo or getting lost in the Borneo rainforests gives me major wanderlust vibes.

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