Food and Drink
Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Like most of the Southeast Asian countries, Indonesian diet too revolves around rice, served with fish, meat or other seafood. Some of the local favourites are Nasi goring (fried rice), Ayam Taliwang (chicken prepared spicy herbs) and Bakwan Malang (meatball noodle soup, served with fried wontons).
Meals are washed down with Es Teler, a glassful of avocado, red beans, jack fruit, ice and milk, or the Jahe Telor, a ginger and raw egg concoction.