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Yogyakarta is known to be a culinary paradise. So, if you’re not really sure what to try out while here, take a look at some of Satoria’s Recommended Local Food! We have compiled a few of our favorite local delicacies that you can hopefully try out while you’re in town. Of course, the list is endless, but here’s 5 of them.
If you ask any locals what traditional food you should try out while in Yogyakarta, they would definitely include Gudeg in the list. This stewed, young jackfruit dish is cooked in a special sauce for about two hours. Gudeg has two different versions, the dry version (authentic) and the wet one. The dry version is less sweet than the wet one, so you can try out both to know the difference and see which one you prefer. There are plenty of places that serve Gudeg, as it is one of Yogyakarta’s food specialties. “Gudeg Pawon” is one example where you can try out Gudeg, they usually open at 22:30 PM and are almost always sold out around 01:00 AM.
Craving traditional Javanese noodles? Jogjakarta is just the right place for you. With plenty of different options and different unique varieties, Bakmi Jawa is definitely a must-try while you’re in town. For this simple yet delicious dish, you can usually choose between a dry version or soup version. Some famous bakmi stalls include “Yammie Pangsit Pathuk”, “Pak Pur Jombor”, “Bakmi Jowo Pak Rebo”, and “Bakmi Mbah Mo”… Really, there are plenty of popular places for this dish.
Wedang Ronde is a traditional Javanese drink/dessert that is made of hot ginger water, paired with sweet glutinous peanut-filled rice balls. Usually, locals like to enjoy it at night to warm up before a good-night sleep. “Wedang Ronde Mbah Payem” is one of the place you can go to try out this warm unique delicacy!
Rujak Es Krim
If you’ve been to other parts of Indonesia before, and even other Asian countries, you’ve probably tried Rujak before or something close to it: Rujak consists of a plate of fresh-sliced fruits (such as mangoes, papaya, “jambu” and other types of fruits or veggies like cucumbers) served with a sweet and spicy dressing. Now this unique version of Rujak Es Krim, as you can guess, has Ice-Cream as an additional topping! This dish is sweet, crunchy and cold at the same time, and is one of the best street-dessert you can find in town: your usual basic Rujak is therefore paired with yummy coconut-milk ice cream (Locally known as Es Puter). Perfect for a hot sunny day, an iconic place to eat this, is “Rujak Es Krim Pak Nardi”.
You’ve probably heard of this small sweet round snack in Jogja, which comes in plenty of different flavours. It is actually one of the most popular “oleh-oleh”/gift to bring back from Yogya. The filling ranges from red beans, greens beans, chocolate and what not. This is a great snack for those who just want a little something for the stomach or to bring back to your friends and family. Again, Jogja is filled with shops and stalls that sell these delicious little snacks/cakes, famous places include “Bakpia Jogja Merlino”, “Bakpia Jogja Pathok 25”, and “Bakpia Kurnia Sari”… Trust us, you’ve got plenty of choices!
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