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INDONESIAN street food hunt in YOGYAKARTA | JOGJA street food at LOCAL market | BEEF FAT SATE!

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YOGYAKARTA or JOGJA as it’s known to the locals is considered one of the centres of Javanese culture. It has an INCREDIBLE FOOD CULTURE so we take you on an INDONESIAN STREET FOOD hunt of some of Jogja’s most delicious local food. In this INDONESIA series we’re HUNTING down LOCAL spots and eating where the LOCALS EAT. Get ready for some mouthwatering food. Make sure you’re subscribed to our channel https://goo.gl/9rfeRS so you don’t miss out on heaps more food videos!

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Pasar Beringharjo is a popular market located off Malioboro Street (one of the main streets in Jogja). It’s a great place to visit if you want to sample some of Yogyakarta’s traditional foods and some Javanese dishes.

We start outside the market and eat pecel a cooked vegetable salad drizzled with peanut sauce before heading inside and upstairs to find Empal Bu Warno which serves up smoky fried beef and intestine on rice, together with basil, cucumber and a thick, sweet sauce reminiscent of molasses.

To cool down, we perch on a stool in front of Mbah Hari’s small stand and let her dish up a bowl of es dawet a refreshing mix of coconut milk, palm sugar and rice flour and tapioca flour jellies. To finish- the ultimate sate- sate kere or beef fat sate. Chunks of pure fat that sizzle over charcoal and then ooze as you chomp down on them. You might not feel like eating for many hours afterwards because they’re so rich but they’re worth it. Trust us.

Where we ate:

All stalls at Pasar Beringharjo (off Malioboro street) Jalan Margo Mulyo No.16, Ngupasan, Gondomanan, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55122. Visit in the morning to early afternoon.

Nasi Pecel at Mbak Sri Cilik outside the market.

Iso goreng and empal goreng (fried intestines and fried beef) at Empal bu warno (south side of the market, on the second floor opposite Masjid Muttaqien)

Es Dawet from Mbah Hari (north side of the market)

Sate Kere (beef fat sate) from the stall outside the market on the south side.


We’re Thomas and Sheena, food and travel fiends. We travel full time, hunting for the best food in the world to showcase via our YouTube videos.

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