31 Days In Jakarta Day 24
Jakarta street food is a scene in itself. You don’t see many of the street food stalls during the day. From what we observe, these stalls come out twice a day. Once in the morning so people buy their breakfast. Then again in the late afternoon and last till mid night selling dinner.
Street food stall galore. These stalls sell all kinds of Indonesia food. Many we have never seen or heard before.
Es Podeng stall. Es means ice. So this is an ice-cream stall, we think. Never tried though. Hope it’s yummy. Looks like they serve all kinds of toppings here. Nice indeed.
Sate Padang stall. They sell beef satay from an Indonesia place called Padang. Padang food is very famous in Indonesia.
Drink stall. They sell all kinds of bottled or canned drinks. Mineral water, tea, orange juice, soft drinks, etc, etc. See all the motorbikes? These are the everyday transport people use to get to places.
One thing about Indonesia food is, they use lots of organic wrappings, such as banana leaves and bamboo leaves. The food looks somehow more inviting this way.
We really like the weaving bamboo wrapping of this food. So this week’s MidNightVisitor’s Quiz is:
What is inside this bamboo wrapping?
We are sure lots of our readers in Jakarta or southeast Asia know it as soon as they see the picture.
Have fun and good luck!
The answer will be revealed as usual next Monday.
Bye for now.
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