Friendly Indonesian Street Food: Nasi Gule Solo

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One of my favorite things about eating street food is not only the food itself and tasting new dishes, but the way you get to interact and relate to those who serve the food, and also those who are also eating.

When I was in Jakarta on morning, walking around the Gandaria area, my wife and I saw a friendly street food stall serving Nasi Gule Solo, and we didn’t have plans, but we decided to stop in to try whatever he was serving. The man serving was very friendly, as were the others enjoying their nasi gule.

Eating Indonesian street food is about the food, but it’s also about the interaction and the ambiance.

Nasi Gule Solo
Somewhere in Gandaria, Jakarta
Total price for bowl or gule and rice – 12,000 IDR ($0.90)

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