One of Solo’s culinary treasures, Sate Kambing & Tengkleng Rica-Rica Pak Manto has been pulling in crowds at its Bintaro eatery, serving up a range of goat-based dishes such as skewers and its famous reinterpretation of Javanese bone stew married with Manadonese spices.
The enduring legacy of Sayur Asem H. Matali in Joglo provides a comforting constant, keeping things traditional as it dishes out bowls of Betawi-style vegetable soup to its crowd of regulars since the ‘70s.
Step into Gang Lele in Jatinegara, and you’ll spot the satay eatery known as Sate Keroncong. A legend in the area, the eatery serves up a combination of delish goat satays and euphonious keroncong ensemble that delights both the palate and musical sentimentalities of those who come by.
Among the exhaustive options for fried rice in Blok M, Nasi Goreng Thole Kitchen slaps a colourful twist to the staple street food dish.
After nearly 50 years of trade in Solo, Sate Kambing Pak H. Bejo finally arrives in Jakarta where its satays and specialties depict in flavour the culinary heritage of Central Javanese cuisine: a perfect balance of sweet and succulent that has received stamps of approval by high-profilers like presidents.
All whipped up in local flairs, decades-old Warung Pecak Pak Sastra in BSD keeps it authentic with their wood-firing technique that makes up their classic Betawinese dishes and legendary Bumbu Pecak.