Indonesian Cuisine: Street Food Specials

By Alfie Jerome Mossadeg
Duration: 4 hours/session
For: 1 session
Price: S$168.00

Soto Ayam
A spicy, aromatic chicken broth, often topped with bean sprouts, coriander, eggs, and tomatoes.

An Indonesian fried patties, made of ground potatoes, minced meat and herbs.

A Southeast Asian dish made of compressed rice cake in the form of a cylinder wrapped inside a banana leaf, commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

Sambal Kicap
A spicy sweet soy sauce dip and is a favourite condiment for dishes in Indonesia like Soto Ayam and even satay.

Sate Lilit
A satay variant made from minced fish, meat which is then mixed with grated coconut, thick coconut milk, lemon juice, shallots, and pepper.

Sambal Matah
A raw, spicy shallot salsa or condiment from Bali, Indonesia usually served with BBQ Grilled Meats such as satay.