Instead of being in a strategic location so that it is easily accessible to consumers, these 7 places to eat are located in the interior. Tried flavors and friendly service are probably the keys to this culinary boom. Even though it is tucked away in small alleys, it is still sought after.
Even so, there is nothing to be sorry about when you manage to taste the delicacy of the food.
- GUDEG PAWON
In an alley with a warning to guide the motorbike, a queue has snaked its way to the kitchen door of the first house in the hallway. Apparently, this was a line of hungry humans towards the middle of the night. This warm shop is called Gudeg Pawon because it serves the buyer directly in the kitchen, aka Pawon. The soft chicken meat and warm taste that is not too sweet have made it accepted by people outside Jogja.
- MANGUT LELE MBAH MARTO
After getting lost due to its hidden location, the mangut catfish menu, which has been well-known among culinary enthusiasts, is our lunch choice. Enjoying delicious traditional food preparations directly in the kitchen where the walls are full of soot is a romance in itself.
- SAMBEL BELUT PAK SABAR
It seems that Pak Sabar is the champion of welut affairs. Especially when it is combined with spicy onion sauce. Tucked away in the southern area of Jogja, this Welut sauce is still busy with visitors because of its guaranteed taste. Besides welut, there are also several other types of fresh fish such as snakehead fish and catfish.
- BAKMI MBAH MO
Since being pioneered nearly three decades ago, Bakmi Mbah Mo has its own fans. Every buyer must be willing to be patient because each plate served is cooked one by one with hot coals as a heater.
- BAKSO IRONAYAN
We had to be willing to go to the south of Jogja to get a bowl of meatballs containing four smooth meatballs side by side with crispy fried meatballs, sliced tofu, and wet yellow noodles. Even so, there is nothing to be sorry about because the long-distance is paid off by the delicacy of this preservative-free meatball.
- BAKMI MBAH GITO
The all-wood interior design and traditional ornaments, as well as the workers dressed in striated clothes, is one of the things that makes Bakmi Mbah Gito an escape from the noise of the city. Here we can enjoy a variety of menus such as noodles, soto, rica-rica, to fried rice. Its place in the village area makes the atmosphere of the past feel even more pronounced.
- MBAH CEMPLUNG FRIED CHICKEN
Jogja is indeed synonymous with all-sweet culinary delights. However, in Mbah Cemplung’s fried chicken, we will feel a more dominant savory and salty sensation. In addition, we will not find chicken meat which is known to be tougher than broiler chicken because Mbah Cemplung processes the roasted chicken to be very tender. With such delicacy, it doesn’t matter if you explore Bantul to find it.