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.
Bakmie Sui-Sen in Pasar Baru is yet another joint that the elder generations frequent for the nostalgia and younger ones for the authentic flavours that have been served for over 40 years.
Concealed in the nook of Gang Kelinci Pasar Baru, Bakmi A Boen is yet another legend that still plates up toothsome bowls of bakmi since 1960.
In the heart of Dharmawangsa, Nasi Goreng Gila Liem has been around for the past twenty years dishing up a fried rice concoction that'll keep one coming back again and again.
Asli Mie Keriting P. Siantar will spark a heartfelt nostalgia to noodle lovers with their pork cha siu bakmi served with all the right OG flavours.