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This is our last Indonesian street food video from the series! Today, we are in Yogyakarta or Jogja for its amazing street food. This city is packed with unique dishes of its own cuisine so join us for an insane street food tour of Jogja!

We start the day at a famous street food stall that was recently featured in Netflix Street Food: Lupis Mbah Satinem. This lupis (Rp. 10.000 / USD $0.63 each) consists of compressed rice cakes, shredded coconut and Javanese palm sugar. WOW! It was a perfect Jogja breakfast! Her stall is extremely famous and is only open from 6am – 8am so make sure that you start queuing early!

Next, we head to a stall serving another quintessential Jogja dish: Gudeg. Gudeg is made of jackfruit that has been stewed in Javanese palm sugar, gelatinous sambal and coconut milk served onto a bed of rice with some side dishes (Rp. 20.000 / USD $1.27 per plate). The atmosphere was perfect!

We drove across the city to a local restaurant serving Mangut Lele, which is grilled catfish with chilies. The setting was rural and we were able to watch all of the catfish being smoked with coconut husks. We also went into the kitchen to see the smoked catfish be stewed in a broth of super spicy chilies. You can choose different side dishes to have with the magnet lele. The catfish (Rp. 30.000 / USD $1.90 per plate) was delicious, smokey and spicy.

Later in the day we head to a shop serving Javanese noodle, Bakmi Jawa. We ordered two of their most popular dishes – Bakmi Goreng (dry) and Bakmi Godog (soup). What makes Javanese noodles special is that everything is cooked over charcoal, giving it a smokey aroma. Ingredients like noodles, chicken and duck eggs are cooked together and made fresh to order (Rp. 20.000 / USD $1.27 per plate).

Next, we head to a street food stall serving a Javanese drink – Wedang Ronde. Served by an aunty who is 85+ years old, this drink is for keeping warm in the winter. The drink is only served after 7:30pm until about 2am. The ronde consists of hot ginger water, glutinous rice flour with crushed peanuts, kolang-kalin (Palmyra seeds) and some peanuts (Rp. 6000 / USD $0.38 each). Be patient and kind to the aunty, she works very hard!

To finish our street food tour in Yogyakarta, we wanted to try one last drink – Kopi Jos which is coffee with a chunk of hot charcoal. It is an interesting process to watch. The charcoal is said to remove the bitterness from the coffee. The cafe was packed with locals late at night, and also serve lots of different kinds of sate if youโ€™re still hungry! (Rp. 5000 / USD $0.32 per cup).

1 – Lupis Mbah Satinem
Jl. Bumijo No.52-40, Bumijo, Kec. Jetis

2 – Gudeg Mbah Lindu
Sosrowijayan St No.30, Sosromenduran, Gedong Tengen

3 – Mangut Lele Mbah Marto
Jl. Sewon Indah, Ngireng-ireng, Panggungharjo, Kec. Sewon, Bantul

4 – Mbah Hadi Javanese Noodle
Jl. C. Simanjuntak No.1, Terban, Kec. Gondokusuman

5 – Wedang Ronde Mbah Payem
Jl. Kauman, Ngupasan, Kec. Gondomanan

6 – Angkringan Kopi Jos Lik Man
Jl. Wongsodirjan, Sosromenduran, Gedong Tengen

Thank you for tuning into our Indonesian Food series! From street food, to village cooking to visiting families across the country, we hope you enjoyed it with us! We canโ€™t wait to come back and want to thank all of the locals for making our food adventure so amazing! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE and turn on all notifications! If you havenโ€™t watched the rest of the series, make sure to go CHECK IT OUT! We visited: Padang, Bukittinggi, Harau Valley, Jakarta (and Glodok), and a village in Yogyakarta.
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Weโ€™re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. Weโ€™ve filmed in Japan, The Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Turkey, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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This is our last Indonesian street food video from the series! Today, we are in Yogyakarta or Jogja for its amazing street food. This city is packed with unique dishes of its own cuisine so join us for an insane street food tour of Jogja!

We start the day at a famous street food stall that was recently featured in Netflix Street Food: Lupis Mbah Satinem. This lupis (Rp. 10.000 / USD $0.63 each) consists of compressed rice cakes, shredded coconut and Javanese palm sugar. WOW! It was a perfect Jogja breakfast! Her stall is extremely famous and is only open from 6am - 8am so make sure that you start queuing early!

Next, we head to a stall serving another quintessential Jogja dish: Gudeg. Gudeg is made of jackfruit that has been stewed in Javanese palm sugar, gelatinous sambal and coconut milk served onto a bed of rice with some side dishes (Rp. 20.000 / USD $1.27 per plate). The atmosphere was perfect!

We drove across the city to a local restaurant serving Mangut Lele, which is grilled catfish with chilies. The setting was rural and we were able to watch all of the catfish being smoked with coconut husks. We also went into the kitchen to see the smoked catfish be stewed in a broth of super spicy chilies. You can choose different side dishes to have with the magnet lele. The catfish (Rp. 30.000 / USD $1.90 per plate) was delicious, smokey and spicy.

Later in the day we head to a shop serving Javanese noodle, Bakmi Jawa. We ordered two of their most popular dishes - Bakmi Goreng (dry) and Bakmi Godog (soup). What makes Javanese noodles special is that everything is cooked over charcoal, giving it a smokey aroma. Ingredients like noodles, chicken and duck eggs are cooked together and made fresh to order (Rp. 20.000 / USD $1.27 per plate).

Next, we head to a street food stall serving a Javanese drink - Wedang Ronde. Served by an aunty who is 85+ years old, this drink is for keeping warm in the winter. The drink is only served after 7:30pm until about 2am. The ronde consists of hot ginger water, glutinous rice flour with crushed peanuts, kolang-kalin (Palmyra seeds) and some peanuts (Rp. 6000 / USD $0.38 each). Be patient and kind to the aunty, she works very hard!

To finish our street food tour in Yogyakarta, we wanted to try one last drink - Kopi Jos which is coffee with a chunk of hot charcoal. It is an interesting process to watch. The charcoal is said to remove the bitterness from the coffee. The cafe was packed with locals late at night, and also serve lots of different kinds of sate if youโ€™re still hungry! (Rp. 5000 / USD $0.32 per cup).

1 - Lupis Mbah Satinem
Jl. Bumijo No.52-40, Bumijo, Kec. Jetis

2 - Gudeg Mbah Lindu
Sosrowijayan St No.30, Sosromenduran, Gedong Tengen

3 - Mangut Lele Mbah Marto
Jl. Sewon Indah, Ngireng-ireng, Panggungharjo, Kec. Sewon, Bantul

4 - Mbah Hadi Javanese Noodle
Jl. C. Simanjuntak No.1, Terban, Kec. Gondokusuman

5 - Wedang Ronde Mbah Payem
Jl. Kauman, Ngupasan, Kec. Gondomanan

6 - Angkringan Kopi Jos Lik Man
Jl. Wongsodirjan, Sosromenduran, Gedong Tengen


Thank you for tuning into our Indonesian Food series! From street food, to village cooking to visiting families across the country, we hope you enjoyed it with us! We canโ€™t wait to come back and want to thank all of the locals for making our food adventure so amazing! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE and turn on all notifications! If you havenโ€™t watched the rest of the series, make sure to go CHECK IT OUT! We visited: Padang, Bukittinggi, Harau Valley, Jakarta (and Glodok), and a village in Yogyakarta.
โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”

Weโ€™re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. Weโ€™ve filmed in Japan, The Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Turkey, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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