From a pikulan, to a streetside tent, then now in a repurposed home garage, Soto Mie Kota Udang has single-handedly survived on selling distinctly delicious soto mie since 1965 in Roxy.
It's worth the mayhem to get a bite of Nasi Tim Ayauw's legendary steamed rice that has been served from the same location in Pasar Pagi for the past fifty years.
Ayam Goreng Presto Cipete remains a familiar face in the Cipete neighbourhood for a reason: it is well-loved for its namesake Ayam Presto, which recipe has been passed down in the family for over three decades.
Since 1960, Gado-Gado Bon Bin has served up the Jakartan street food staple right in the heart of Cikini, where everyone’s favourite Indonesian salad is doused in its signature peanut dressing, proving exactly the timelessness of this dish.
Be prepared to be overwhelmed at Nasi Uduk Ibu Jum. The eatery’s claim to fame is its broad assortments of side dishes that aren’t only tempting to look at but also smashingly good when paired with its famous nasi uduk.
Residing inside Taman Ismail Marzuki complex, Soto Betawi H. Ma'ruf tells a tale of humility and success in standing the test of time by serving heartwarming bowls of Soto Betawi to presidents and nearby residents.