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Best Seafood in Nganjuk, Indonesia

During my three-day visit to Kota Nganjuk in East Java, Indonesia, I had the chance to explore the diverse flavors of their local cuisine. Here are some of the delicious dishes I tried during my stay: 1. Soto Daging Sapi One standout dish I tried was Soto Daging Sapi, a beef soup with a unique twist. In Kota Nganjuk, it's prepared with a flavorful broth and tender beef meat, including some exotic parts, served with rice. Unlike other versions of Soto Daging I've tasted elsewhere in Indonesia, the one in Nganjuk has a distinct salty flavor, omitting the sweetness usually found in dishes like Soto Daging Madura. 2. Nasi Jagung During my visit to Air Terjun Sedodo, I had the chance to savor Nasi Jagung for the first time. This traditional dish hails from Nganjuk and is considered an authentic local delicacy. As the old seller explained, Nasi Jagung boasts a rich and flavorful taste, with corn rice complemented by crackers, salted fish, and vegetables, all topped with a delicious c

Must try noodles in Wonogiri, Indonesia

Indonesia is the largest world's Island country and the second-largest consumer of noodles in the world next to China. No wonder that every traveler can find the noodles cooked in every City to visit.  Most of the time, I love to prefer trying local food to taste, during my travel, that sold by the local people not just to help them to raise their income but also looking for the cultured taste and the originality of it.    Here are some of the best local noodles I've ever tasted during my visit to Wonogiri, Indonesia.   1.  The Soto Ayam in Baturetno, Wonogiri

Sambal Cumi (Chilli in squid) of Wonogiri, Indonesia

  Sambal Cumi is a combination of unique Indonesian flavors mixed with fresh sliced tomatoes, traditional sugar (Gula Jawa), terasi, ginger, garlic, onions, seasonings, Indonesian Chili, and sliced Cumi (squid). The taste is a little sweet, sour, and spicy that could be mixed in the rice or dip with tofu, chicken, or anything you want to mix with it.

Nasi Kremes of Kota Pacitan, Indonesia

  Nasi Kremes can be tasted anywhere on Java Island. It is a local style of buffet cuisine in which all foods are displayed. Just get a plate then choose the local food you want to eat. After the meal, the cashier will ask about the class of food have you get and pay for it base on what you say.  Funny, but it is very effective to test honesty to pay for what you've eaten! Nice practice! food is very tasty and very unique. Enak Banget!  One that I like in Indonesia is the food;  the way of preparing and the process of cooking is definitely very connected in their culture depending on the City where you visit. As result, the taste is very unique and flavourful. 

Savoring Sate Ayam: A Culinary Journey in Nganjuk, Indonesia


Mie Ayam Bakso of Kota Pacitan, Indonesia

  During my first travel to Kota Pacitan, I search for the best Mie Ayam Bakso in the City since this local food is one of my favorite kinds of noodles to eat in Indonesia. One of the local stores appeared. At lunch, I and my friend went to the food stall and order the best serve. a while our order was served at our table together with cold iced tea.

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