In this Jakarta street food video, I was hanging out with Ken, who is a local Indonesian food blogger. We first went to a Sudi Mampir Restaurant to specifically eat a dish called sop kaki kambing, which is a famous Indonesian goat leg soup. It was an awesome place, with counter style seating, and there’s was a butchery in the back. They had all the different parts of the goat, all pre-boiled and ready to be ordered. To order sop kaki kambing, you first choose the different items that you want in your bowl, and then they will chop them up, and fill your bowl with the soup broth. We had a mix of just about everything included testicles, brain, and goat feet. It was a pretty intense bowl of goat soup, but it was also amazingly good.
In addition to eating sop kaki kambing at Sudi Mampir Restaurant another Indonesian street food they serve at Sudi Mampir Restaurant is sate kambing, which is goat sate (satay). They were definitely the best goat sate’s that I had during my time in Indonesia.The pieces of goat were so tender and juicy, and grilled over an incredibly high fire heat. Then they were served with an amazing pureed peanut sauce, and some diced up chilies and tomatoes for garnish. The combination was incredible.
Sudi Mampir Restaurant
Address: Jalan Biak Jakarta
Open hours: Around 5 pm - Midnight daily
Prices: We paid 208,000 IDR ($15.52) for two bowls of organ soup and satay
After with finished with the sop kaki kambing, we headed over to Martabak 65A, which is one of the legendary names when it comes to the famous Indonesian martabak manis. Martabak manis is a sweet waffle type of dessert, which is filled with a variety of toppings, including chocolate, peanuts, and cheese. My favorite part of going to Martabak 65A was watching them make the martabak, by making a gigantic waffle, and then just absolutely filling it with topping and loading it with butter. I’m not really into sweets myself, so it was alright, but I was pretty happy with just a couple bites. I did enjoy the cheese version. It’s such an intense Indonesian street food dessert, that’s it’s a must try when you’re in Jakarta.
Monday, 10 July 2017
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