Gudeg Yu Djum
Gudeg Yu Djum is Local Food Bank Finder AND CAN CALL also a typical Jogja culinary food stalls serving Jogja typical food that is gudeg, Gudeg Yu Djum stood since 1951 Gudeg Yu Djum served with krecek spicy, chicken and egg spices gudeg, including tofu and tempe bacem. Cooked in the traditional way and with a spice of choice that makes Gudeg Yu Djum has a delicious and sweet taste that fits.
Angkringan Gareng Petruk
Gareng Petruk is an angkringan located in front of Kedaulatan Rakyat Daily Office, at Jalan Mangkubumi, Jogja. Angkringan Gareng Petruk feels more lively because it uses bright red mats and uses traditional attributes that are very interesting. Angkringan is like a food truck or Local Food Truck Finder that uses a retractable wheelbarrow
About food, angkringan Gareng Petruk offers many variants of the menu of cat rice and various kinds of satay. There are rice curry, chicken rica rice, rice duck rica, uduk rice, sardine rice, rice balado eggs, grilled rice and much more other kinds of rice. Side dishes are also festive ranging from satay quail eggs, chicken satay, satay intestine, baceman claws, a variety of fried everything just choose yourself which is preferred. But the average flavor spicy.
THE WAROENG OF RAMINTEN
The Waroeng of Raminten is one of the branches of The House of Raminten with the concept of a slightly different place on Jl. Kaliurang Km. 15.5, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. If usually in The House of Raminten visitors will have trouble booking a place for large groups, then in this place, there are two house limasan that can be used for groups. Enter into it, the atmosphere of Java is so thick immediately felt. The incense smells are mixed with distinctive roses. Traditionally dressed waiters, furniture to knick-knacks that enhance every room look unique and unusual for a place to eat.
CHARCOAL FRIED RICE
Fried rice is the most ordered buyers in Jogjakarta. Not only because the taste is tasty and the portions are quite a lot, but the special is the cook that still use the stove and charcoal. Not a lot of fried rice and Javanese noodle that still maintain how to cook using charcoal like this. Before eating the buyers will get a spectacle of impressive traditional cooking methods. The seller initially fanned the stove. When you start cooking the fanning task is left to a small fan. Charcoal was smoldering, red glow made the furnace seemed to glow. Heat the charcoal until it feels to the buyer’s seat. Very interesting is when charcoal produces “fireworks” that fly from inside the stove. The cooking process becomes like a show. Not infrequently the “fireworks” is so large that it makes the seller a little away from the pan frying pan.
Jogja city is synonymous with culinary named bak pia. This type of culinary has become a kind of obligatory destination if to Jogja. As a snack okay, make souvenirs also very good. No wonder if the gift shop is always flooded with local tourists during school holidays or holidays.
This snack made from pastry material originated from China which then began to develop in Indonesia, especially in the city of Jogjakarta. With this green bean stuffing, the presence of bak pia snack is popular and become a culinary icon of Jogjakarta city. Much bak pia brands that grow in Jogja, both using the numbers behind the word bak pia and the use of the name of the owner. And one of the bak pia brands that attracted my attention because it looks the most different and striking is ‘BAKPIAPIA’.