INDONESIAN STREET FOOD – Bukittinggi’s BEST Street Food Guide! CRAZY Minang Food in West Sumatra!

Street Food in Padang, Indonesia:

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This is episode 2 of our Indonesian Street Food series. Today we will be showing you the culinary hotspot of Padang in West Sumatra: BUKITTINGGI! We are driving from Padang City, and will be making food stops along the way to sample some delicious Indonesian snacks! This Indonesian road trip was made possible with the help of Roni’s Tours.

Roni’s Tours:

Our first stop of the day after Lembah Anai Waterfall was for Sate Padang. We ordered 3 different cuts of beef: lean muscle, heart, and intestine. It was cooked over charcoal and had a smoky aroma. It was served Padang style with a spicy sauce (Rp. 27.000 / USD $1.84 for 6 sticks). We also tried a traditional coconut rice dessert which are wrapped in banana leaves (Rp. 4000 / USD $0.27 each).

We continued toward Bukittinggi stopping for a traditional snack known as Bika. Bika are pastries made of rice flour, palm sugar and coconut, and banana. The cooking process involves placing the uncooked bika into a earthenware pot and then a bowl full of wood fire on top. These bika are SUPER delicious (Rp. 24.000 / USD $1.64 for 4 pieces).

Our next stop was in Bukkittingi. We visited an outdoor food market: Los Lambuang, which is known for Nasi Kapau. Nasi Kapau is similar to Nasi Padang in that the dishes served are Minangkabau. What makes them different is the serving style (to learn more about Nasi Padang, check out our previous episode). The stall we ordered from is called Uni Lis and we ordered Gulai Tambusu (intestines stuffed with egg + tofu served in curry), ayam rendang, dakak dakak (crunchy cassava cubes) as well as sambal (Rp. 48.000 / USD $3.28 per plate).

We went into the city centre to see Bukittinggi’s clocktower and city square. We ordered a soursop and dragonfruit smoothie (Rp. 10.000 / USD $0.68). Our next stop was Sianok Valley, which is a scenic canyon. The cliffs rise up to 150 meters! Our plan was to continue eating after taking in the valley’s views by drone, but we crashed the drone in a bamboo cluster above the cliffs. BIG thank you to Roni and Ujang (of Roni’s Tours) for finding it!

Since we spent all of our time finding the drone, our planned restaurants closed so we resorted to some street food style food! We found a man on the side of the road near Sianok Valley selling some DURIAN! It hits the spot when you are tired and hungry! (Rp. 15.000 / USD $1.02 each)

Stay tuned for the next episode. We will be heading DEEP into Harau Village to experience true Indonesian Kampung cooking! Subscribe and hit the bell icon. Set to “all notifications” so that you don’t miss an episode of our Indonesian series! Thanks for watching!

Addresses:

Sate Padang at Sate Mak Syukur
Jalan Mohammad Syafei No.63, Ps. Baru, Kec. Padang Panjang Bar., Kota Padang Panjang

Bika at Bika Talago
Jalan Raya Padang Bukittinggi km 10,Kenagarian Koto Baru, Kecamatan, Kec. Sepuluh Koto, Kabupaten Tanah Datar

Nasi Kapau at Uni Lis
Jl. Pemuda Los Lambuang Wisata, Benteng Pasar Atas, Guguk Panjang, Bukittinggi

Sianok Valley
Jl. Panorama, Bukit Cangang Kayu Ramang, Kec. Guguk Panjang, Kabupaten Agam

Durian Vendor
Ngarai Sianok, Jl. Binuang, RT.07/RW.01, Kayu Kubu, Kec. Guguk Panjang, Kota Bukittinggi

Thank you so much for watching! If you liked the video give us a thumbs up and let us know in the comments what YOU thought looked the most delicious. Make sure to subscribe because we have many more Indonesian food videos coming up. In the next episode we are leaving the city for a culinary hotspot in West Sumatra called Bukittinggi for more Minangkabau specialities. Stay tuned!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local and authentic 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. We’ve filmed in Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, 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!

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This is episode 2 of our Indonesian Street Food series. Today we will be showing you the culinary hotspot of Padang in West Sumatra: BUKITTINGGI! We are driving from Padang City, and will be making food stops along the way to sample some delicious Indonesian snacks! This Indonesian road trip was made possible with the help of Roni’s Tours.

Roni’s Tours:
https://www.ronis-tours.com

Our first stop of the day after Lembah Anai Waterfall was for Sate Padang. We ordered 3 different cuts of beef: lean muscle, heart, and intestine. It was cooked over charcoal and had a smoky aroma. It was served Padang style with a spicy sauce (Rp. 27.000 / USD $1.84 for 6 sticks). We also tried a traditional coconut rice dessert which are wrapped in banana leaves (Rp. 4000 / USD $0.27 each).

We continued toward Bukittinggi stopping for a traditional snack known as Bika. Bika are pastries made of rice flour, palm sugar and coconut, and banana. The cooking process involves placing the uncooked bika into a earthenware pot and then a bowl full of wood fire on top. These bika are SUPER delicious (Rp. 24.000 / USD $1.64 for 4 pieces).

Our next stop was in Bukkittingi. We visited an outdoor food market: Los Lambuang, which is known for Nasi Kapau. Nasi Kapau is similar to Nasi Padang in that the dishes served are Minangkabau. What makes them different is the serving style (to learn more about Nasi Padang, check out our previous episode). The stall we ordered from is called Uni Lis and we ordered Gulai Tambusu (intestines stuffed with egg + tofu served in curry), ayam rendang, dakak dakak (crunchy cassava cubes) as well as sambal (Rp. 48.000 / USD $3.28 per plate).

We went into the city centre to see Bukittinggi’s clocktower and city square. We ordered a soursop and dragonfruit smoothie (Rp. 10.000 / USD $0.68). Our next stop was Sianok Valley, which is a scenic canyon. The cliffs rise up to 150 meters! Our plan was to continue eating after taking in the valley’s views by drone, but we crashed the drone in a bamboo cluster above the cliffs. BIG thank you to Roni and Ujang (of Roni’s Tours) for finding it!

Since we spent all of our time finding the drone, our planned restaurants closed so we resorted to some street food style food! We found a man on the side of the road near Sianok Valley selling some DURIAN! It hits the spot when you are tired and hungry! (Rp. 15.000 / USD $1.02 each)

Stay tuned for the next episode. We will be heading DEEP into Harau Village to experience true Indonesian Kampung cooking! Subscribe and hit the bell icon. Set to “all notifications” so that you don’t miss an episode of our Indonesian series! Thanks for watching!

Addresses:

Sate Padang at Sate Mak Syukur
Jalan Mohammad Syafei No.63, Ps. Baru, Kec. Padang Panjang Bar., Kota Padang Panjang

Bika at Bika Talago
Jalan Raya Padang Bukittinggi km 10,Kenagarian Koto Baru, Kecamatan, Kec. Sepuluh Koto, Kabupaten Tanah Datar

Nasi Kapau at Uni Lis
Jl. Pemuda Los Lambuang Wisata, Benteng Pasar Atas, Guguk Panjang, Bukittinggi

Sianok Valley
Jl. Panorama, Bukit Cangang Kayu Ramang, Kec. Guguk Panjang, Kabupaten Agam

Durian Vendor
Ngarai Sianok, Jl. Binuang, RT.07/RW.01, Kayu Kubu, Kec. Guguk Panjang, Kota Bukittinggi

Thank you so much for watching! If you liked the video give us a thumbs up and let us know in the comments what YOU thought looked the most delicious. Make sure to subscribe because we have many more Indonesian food videos coming up. In the next episode we are leaving the city for a culinary hotspot in West Sumatra called Bukittinggi for more Minangkabau specialities. Stay tuned!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local and authentic 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. We’ve filmed in Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, 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!

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