Budi took us to try a local Soto, which is a traditional Indonesian soup mainly composed of broth, meat, and vegetables.
Many traditional soups are called Soto, whereas foreign, some Sotos are named based on the town or region where they are created which means a different place may have their own flavor depending on the ingredients.
Freshly grilled satay.
The inside of the restaurant was like a street vendor cart.
I also tried the Es Blewah, an Indonesian cold, fruity drink with cantaloupe strips and cocopandan syrup.
The Indonesian Yellow Chicken Soup (Soto Ayam)!
The “Teh Botol” was my favorite iced tea.
The price was inexpensive and the food was really good. I highly recommend checking this place out.
Edited by Larnna Thompson