Yogyakarta Restaurants

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  • Via Via Yogyakarta: We eat here every day!

    by kkviolet Written May 18, 2007

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    Wide variaty. Daily Mon to Sun different local menu (included vege menu) & at the same time, western style & beers available. Local desserts & drinks are great. In short, i spend my 5 days meal here, *****.

    Favorite Dish: All Local Food

    ViaVia Cafe-Sun local menu
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    bu widodo: gudeg wijilan

    by Rastarigo Written Apr 15, 2007

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    we asked around where to have the best gudeg in town and this question
    brought us to this place. food is really good. try the spicy menu. i paid 13,500 for mine.
    set meal: 7,000
    cehbotol: 2,500
    jeruk: 2,000 x 2

    spicy hot w/ gudeg cehbotol: bottled jasmine tea

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    anywhere: gudeg: yogya's pride?

    by Rastarigo Written Apr 14, 2007

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    gudeg is a popular local dish and omnipresent in any local menu. its closest counterpart in the phils. is ginataang langka or humba in bisaya. while ginataang langka is white and humba is yellow, indonesia's gudeg is brown. i tried it twice but not really impressed. there's no way gudeg can beat out ginataang langka and humba. or is it just a matter of finding the right place for the best tasting gudeg? a curious cat like you may try it and you judge.

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    bedhot resto: a different experience

    by Rastarigo Written Apr 14, 2007

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    soothing relaxed ambience away from the crowded noisy main streets. food is as delectable as the paintings and decorations that perk up a resto mood. you can even request the songs you wanna hear playing. had 3 visits there and requested tracy chapman each visit and they politely obliged. we just love this resto and we had to eat there for the last time before we take the train back to jakarta because god knows if we will still be able to eat there again. ever.

    Favorite Dish: satay kambing- 19,000 rupiah (grilled lamb in peanut sauce, rice, cucumber and lettuce)
    carrot juice- 6,000 rupiah
    avocado in chocolate- 9,000 rupiah
    chicken in sweet chili sauce- 19,000 rupiah
    beef in steak sauce- 19,000 rupiah

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    lesehan: dinner by the road

    by Rastarigo Written Apr 14, 2007

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    you will find the other side of malioboro st. to be occupied by a string of lesehan. it's got plastic mats spread on the side of the street and you eat like japanese do, receive food on squat legs over a low-lying table. caution though as lesehan is a magnet for street singers so expect to be serenaded (for a fee) while in the middle of your dinner. try it even once. it's a way of immersing yourself in the local custom.

    lesehan

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    Excelso Café: Yogya's Starbucks equivilent

    by bpacker Written Apr 3, 2007

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    If you're a coffee addict, chances are, you'll love Yogyakarta. The coffee here is thick, aromatic and typically strong. The locals here drink kopi bubuk or unfiltered coffee. If don't like the grounds getting stuck to your teeth, don't fret. You can pop to their Starbucks equivilent at the modern Marlioboro Mall. Though I am not an advocate for fancy coffee, I do need one after a hair spa session at the Salon (Salon Rudi Hadisuwarno) next door. The lattes, fraps and expressos over here cost a fraction of the original Starbucks so it's worth every caffeinated shot.

    Fancy Coffee in Yogya

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    Various Mee Bakso Stalls: Noodle Rice Puffs

    by bpacker Updated Apr 3, 2007

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    When you're visiting the various Mee Bakso (Noodle Dumpling) shops in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, you're bound to see those curious noodle-like puffs in a container. They're simply rice crackers and the locals nibble on those while waiting for their Mee Bakso to be cooked. Some of them break them off into tiny pieces and put them in the bowls of noodles. They're exactly like rice puffs- crunchy, tasteless bits that quickly absorb the savoury flavour of the Bakso soup. Yummy!

    Noodle Puffs, seen in a Bakso Stall

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    Local Warong(restaurant): Be adventurous try the local food

    by ricardoz Updated Dec 22, 2006

    If you are really adventurous, try something local when you are in Jogja. The most popular is Soto which is made of rice/vermicelli with soup & meat. The typical local restaurant has no aircond or ceiling fan so it is really hot. The food is cheap and a normal meal per person is less than US$1.00. The local restaurants typically look old and dated, some does not look as clean but so far it didn't give me any problem

    Favorite Dish: You should try Soto of any kind(with chicken, beef etc), Es Tomat(Tomato Juice), Es Avocado(Avocado juice). My favorite is (Sop Buntut)Oxtail soup. There is one restaurant in Jogja called Es Ceria which also served local ice desserts which I would recommend.

    Typical warong Menu & Address Soto Ayam(chicken) & Es Tape(Fermented rice drink) Es Ceria - Brighter & cleaner local restaurant Soto Campur(mix), Trancam(salad) & Es Tomat(tomato
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    Yu Djum: Gudeg Central

    by livethedream Updated Dec 7, 2006

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    Gudeg is Jogja's signature dish. Its jackfruit and what-have-yous cooked into a brown stew. It is said that you have not been to Jogja if you havent tried gudeg.

    The best place to have gudeg is at 'gudeg central' --- that's the street next to the Sultan's Palace called Jalan Wijilan. A new found friend from Jogja brought me to Yu Djum restaurant and she swears it serves the best gudeg in town. Coming from a local, it must be true. Yu Djum indeed is popular. People lined up to have their gudeg take-aways, nicely wrapped in plaited bamboo boxes or baskets. I have seen people in the airport carrying the same Yu Djum takeaway baskets. So that speaks tons about the place.

    Dining tables at Yu Djum are low and you sit on the floor. Very provincial. I enjoyed it. Order the 'komplit' gudeg, that includes chicken and egg on top of the brown stew. Wash it down with ice cold es jeruk (orange juice). Heaven! Gudeg is now one of my favorite Indonesian dishes, right up there with Sop Buntut.

    Favorite Dish: Gudeg gudeg gudeg

    Yu Djum Yu Djum Yu Djum

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    KFC: KFC with a different

    by harish_mikael Updated Aug 17, 2006

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    At Malioboro Mall, u can have a stomach full of meal with this unique combination. For the first time, i have this meal... fried chicken KFC style but not with usual coleslaw & mashed potato but the meal came with white rice and i pay for extra pergedil (local potato friend with minced meat).

    look, there's a pack of rice with the meal

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    Warongs on Malioboro: Sit on the floor!

    by eugenetan Updated Jul 21, 2006

    At night, the stalls on Malioboro (called 'lesehan'), on the roadside north of Malioboro Mall, will turn into sit down stalls complete with straw mats, lights, and low tables. You sit on the floor! It is known for fried chicken, fried burung dara (pigeon?!), nasi liwet (Solonese specialty) and nasi gudeg (Jogja specialt made of jackfruit). It is a more expensive then other budget options, but quite interesting atmosphere. Imagine bringing your date to a roadside stall!

    My favourite is a stall outside Ina Garuda Hotel. Facing it, it is to your furthest left ourside a money changer. Try the ayam bakar.

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    Bakso Mas Kribo: Soto Bakso : The Biggest Bakso in Yogya!

    by bpacker Updated May 31, 2006

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    Sometimes, it pays to talk to the locals . Thanks to them, I found out where the best bakso in Yogya was to be had. Well, not only did the bakso turn out to be good, it was biggest one I've tried!

    This gigantic thing that I'm holding on my spoon must be the biggest bakso in the whole of Yogya. It was also the yummiest I've ever tasted. Do go to this place and try their soto bakso. It's simply meatballs ( beef) drenched with savoury chicken soup and rice. This delicious dish only cost me 5500Rp.

    Soto Bakso with Teh Panas

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    Gudeg Wijilan Bu Lies: Good, good Gudeg(Jackfruit Curry)

    by bpacker Updated May 31, 2006

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    Definition of Gudeg - A gooey spicy concoction of of young jackfruit, coconut milk,garlic, coriander, palm sugar and other weird stuff you might not want to know (teakwood is sometimes added at the early cooking stage for that yummy brown colour). Gudeg is usually served on a banana leaf since the leaf produces a mouth-watering aroma when hot curry and rice is heaped unto it . A buffet of other possiblities accompanies the dish and they are - Chicken curry drenched with 'santan areh’ (rich coconut milk sauce), ‘krecek’ curry (buffalo skin), tofu, tempeh and the humble chili sauce.

    Favorite Dish: There's no doubt about it, Gudeg is gooey. One look at it and the Sloppy Joe comes to mind. And like its American cousin of goo, this spicy slop with succulent chunks of jackfruit flesh is delicious, especially when it is eaten with warm, white rice. Still, this is Yogya's hallmark dish. Why else would they called themselves the city of Gudeg? Also, they have an entire street (Sentra Makanan Khas Gudeg) of Gudeg restaurants, each eatery boasting of their version of curried goodness. I've decided that my favourite shop is Gudeg Wijilan Bu Lies.I did a little systematic study of the pots over there and concluded that they were the best since their curry was simmered in a big clay pot and stirred with a wooden spoon. Well, I was right, the gudeg was helluva good.

    Gudeg, fruit or meat? Delicious Gudeg and Kopi Bubok

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    Street vendor/foodstall: Quick bite

    by zafilm Written May 10, 2006

    So...you hungry while shopping or touring the city but, no time.?We had a quick bite along the street. Its really cheap, tasty and easy to find. Its all around the city.

    Prive range between -INR4000/5000

    lela & ofa

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    many food stalls/warungs everywhere: food on the street

    by dircelo Written Mar 11, 2006

    It is a pity that I did not dare to eat from a Warung, or any other food store! Unfortunatly I did not have the right guide nor was I brave enough and somehow we always ate at restaurants.

    Favorite Dish: Soups, eggs, stir fries, spices, seafood, chix...

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  • Nov 21, 2014 at 4:16 AM

    Dear all, I just would like to share what I know even if its a little bit.
    Dont worry about food in jogjakarta , they have a lot of choices there and the price is incredibly cheap.

    Dont spend too much for hotel. I believe a new budget hotel in Jogjakarta is under preparation...
    One info I've got so far is that they plan to build this very budget hotel on January and will be ready around July or August 2015.

    This budget hotel will only cost you 20 bucks ( 20 US$ ) to 22 bucks , but you will have everything you need for good rest.( Remember, this is not backpackers hotel that let you sleep on bunk beds sharing room with 8 others guests.. You will have you own room, single or twin beds on your own room at its best) :

    -20 to 30 rooms will be built
    -your private room with single bed or twin
    -bed with its best linen
    -LED TV
    -Ergonomic Work Desk With Electrical Outlet & Task Lighting
    -High Speed Wireless Internet
    -Telephones
    -alarm Clock/AM/FM Radio
    -mini bar amenities
    -Cupboard
    -Extra Bed ( optional on request )
    -Air Condition
    -Night lamps
    -Single Queen Bed size or Double / Twin beds
    -Each room with a view
    -Hot and Cold shower
    -Towel
    -Mirror
    -Work Corner Desk
    -Breakfast
    -Laundry with reasonable cost
    -Meeting Room / MICE ( none needs this anyway )
    -Free scheduled Pick Up Twice a day hotel to Town Vice versa.
    -Vending Machine

    The disanvantage is they don't provide :
    *Room service / in room dining
    *Big Swimming pool
    *in House Restaurant ( they only provide you breakfast restaurant )
    *Jogging track
    *Barbeque garden
    *Quick Service laundry (don't expect one hour service)
    *Business Lounge
    *Gym Centre
    *Sauna
    *Valet Parking
    *Satellite Channel (you will get 17 channels only and they are locals )
    *Children Play Ground


    If I am not mistaken, their website is http://www.hotel-murah-jogja.com/
    ( sorry if later on they change the domain name )
    and the name of the hotel would be Lichtervelde Hotel or Roeselare Hotel ( I dunno. I must find out later )Some of hotel staff can speak English , Indonesia, Dutch and Chinese if I am not wrong.

    Thanks

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