As you may or may not already know, most Indonesian street food has something to do with peanut sauce.
This dish right here called Siomay is Indonesia’s version of dim sum. This dish contains steamed fish dumplings.
Siomay is a steamed dumpling that is very popular with the people of Indonesia.
This dish originated in China, including one of dim sum.
Traditionally, dumplings are usually made from pork but are often replaced with other meats such as chicken or fish to make it halal.
Siomay usually has a soft texture on the inside. After being cooked by steaming, dumplings are eaten with vinegar or soy sauce.
The portion comes with steamed potato, cabbage, egg and is served with peanut sauce.
If you want to go all local, the best way to enjoy Siomay is from a bicycle vendor, who carts his large steamer at the back of his bike.
Street food at its best.