A market is a hosts a plethora of food vendors, with light snacks, coffee and a wide range of meals readily available.
To satiate your hunger, you can find restaurants selling a wide variety of Indonesian cuisine from the country’s many different regions.
Among them is Pecel Pincuk Ibu Ida, located near the south entrance of Bintaro Modern Market.
Pecel is a local dish from East Java that consists of veggies drenched in a sweet and spicy peanut sauce with a side of peyek (deep-fried savory Javanese cracker with peanuts).
Here, diners can also choose to add side dishes, such as fried chicken, perkedel kentang (fried potato patties) and quail eggs skewers.
Uniquely, the dish is served on a bed of banana leaves on a bamboo pincuk (dome-shaped bamboo plate).
A basic dish of pecel starts at Rp 14,000, with side dishes starting from 3,500.
Guests can also take home a generous bowl of pecel sauce for Rp 60,000, which can be kept for about two months when stored in the refrigerator.