From Manado bat `paniki' to `bakwan' Malang in a cart
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Strolling around Jakarta's streets, people can find various restaurants, food stalls, and street vendors serving Javanese and Manado cuisine. Javanese cuisine is widespread as ingredients are readily available and cheap. There is usually no pork as most Javanese are Muslim. The food is categorized into Central and East Javanese food. Both serve simple and less spicy food. Central J...
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