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Jakarta Post

The ongoing revamp works have not deterred vendors from Bendungan Hilir (Benhil) market area to set up stalls selling light iftar snacks, popularly known as takjil.

The street food vendors annually set up these stalls during the holy month of Ramadhan to contribute to the religious, festive atmosphere by selling takjil, while also earning extra income for their family.

The street vendors sell a wide range of dishes, ranging from fried snacks likerisoles (fried Indonesian spring rolls), fried tofu and tempeh, to deserts such askolak (compote) serabi and ice fruit cocktails, to full meals including the favorite fried whole chicken.

Read "Benhil takjil market still vibrant amid renovation" article here.