• Ketoprak

    This is not particularly Jakarta signature dish, but we can find this menu mostly in Jakarta, for some said that this is one of Betawi’s traditional culinary It rounds out the quintet of pestle-and-mortar-based dishes that include gado-gado and pecel, and is a simple street dish that tastes mostly of peanuts and spice but is […]

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  • Wedang Uwuh

    According to research, wedang uwuh it’s like a doctor for some diseases. First ingredient, ginger is good for blood circulation. Ginger can stop problem like frozen blood. And it’s better than red garlic and white garlic do. Ginger is able to reduce cholesterol absorbed in blood and heart. A research showing the ginger can reduce […]

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  • Thiwul

    Thiwul used to be the main food for Gunungkidul locals during Japan’s colonization-it substituted rice, which were hardly accessible. When eaten, it will expand inside the stomach, making one eating it quickly feel full. It was a good thing, recalling that life was hard during the colonization era. Today, thiwul is no longer a main […]

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  • Batavia Pletok Beer

    Betawi people do not want to lose. They make their own beer that put into a bamboo tube and mixed with ice cubes. When the drinks in a bamboo tube shaken, will hear a “pletok-pletok” so that named Pletok Batavia Pletok Beer is believed to have various benefits, including relieving hot, prevent colds, and warm […]

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  • Javanese Beer

    The variety of European foods and beverages including beer started to become popular. Sultan HB VIII considered that beer was harmful since it is tipsifying. But he also wanted to have a Javanese version of the beer that could be enjoyed by the Royal family and that is not causing the drinker to get drunk. […]

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  • Bajigur

    Bajigur easily found in West Java, consumers were most people in the area. Including tourists from outside the region who are curious about this drink. This drink is safe to be consumed by small children to adults. Bajigur main ingredient is palm sugar, and coconut milk. To add flavor, also mixed a little ginger, salt […]

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  • Kipo

    This traditional food name came from local conversation, “Iki Opo?” (Javanese) that means “What is this?”. Then, people made an acronime based on that conversation, so this traditional food called as “Kipo”. This traditional food popularized by Mrs. paijem Djito in 1986 in cooking contest. Mrs. Paijem Djito said that she got the recipe from […]

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