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Indonesian Street Food – CRAZY HALAL Street Food in Little Indonesia!! BEST MARTABAK + RENDANG!

Indonesian Street Food  - CRAZY HALAL Street Food in Little Indonesia!! BEST MARTABAK + RENDANG!



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Welcome back to our series, Street Food Around the World in Taiwan. Today we are taking you to INDONESIA! Taiwan is home to many Indonesians, and with them they brought their culture and their amazing food!

We are starting our street food tour in “Little Indonesia”, which is a small neighbourhood outside of Taipei Main Station. Every Sunday, Indonesians gather here to socialize, relax and EAT! We first ordered Gado-gado (150 NTD / USD $5.07) which is an Indonesian salad with rice cakes, tempeh and is smothered in a spicy peanut sauce. We also ordered sate ayam (chicken sate) which was grilled over smoky coals and topped with a sate sauce and chilis (5 pieces – 200 NTD / USD $6.75) , and Teh Botol (30 NTD / USD $1.01) to wash it down . All of the vendors where extremely friendly.
To take home, we picked up a pack of kueh (small Indonesian cakes) that are stuffed with gula jawa (palm sugar) and covered in shredded coconut (50 NTD / USD $1.69), which are great to eat as a breakfast snack.
Later, we visit a modern Indonesian restaurant for a few different dishes. We ordered rendang daging (beef), ayam bumbu rujak (chili chicken), turmeric rice, and curry vegetables. The food was unfortunately missing a few key ingredients and spices that really make Indonesian food what it is. The true flavour was less reminiscent of Indonesian food, and more like Taiwanese food. The entire meal cost 890 NTD (USD $30.90), which we thought was slightly too expensive.

To end the day of eating amazing Indonesian food, we went to a local stall far in the south of Taipei to have Martabak Manis (sweet martabak). This martabak was made in the most authentic way. The batter was slightly undercooked, it was SMOTHERED in butter, chocolate, cheese and condensed milk. And of course, more butter on top (120 NTD / USD $4.05). This is one dessert we cannot stop eating whenever we are in Indonesia, and we are so happy to have found this hidden gem in Taiwan.

Restaurant Info:
1 – Little Indonesia (Gado-gado, Sate, Kueh)
Alley 12, Lane 8, Section 1, Zhongshan North Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei
2 – Sate House (Rendang, Bumbu Rujak, etc…)
No. 15號, Leli Road, Da’an District, Taipei
3 – 元元月亮餅 Martabak Manis
No. 6號, Jingwen Street, Wenshan District, Taipei

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We’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, The Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Turkey, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!
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Luke Martin on June 26, 2020

Thanks for watching our Indonesian instalment of "Street Food Around the World in Taiwan"!! That's our last episode from this series! Back to our regular scheduled Taiwan videos 🙂 Hope you guys enjoyed this series as much as we did making it! Follow us here : https://www.facebook.com/chopsticktravel & https://www.instagram.com/chopsticktravel

irwan utomo on November 15, 2020

Martabak manis is the easiest way to die due to diabetics

Raden Prasetyo on November 29, 2020

18:45 this is why our average life expectancy is lower than other countries but at least we're having a good life

yiun qo on November 30, 2020

Rega sing apik, pariwara kanggo aku, hubungi whatsapp +6283816215715

Liza Art on December 8, 2020

Sabrina is so cute!

Cobra on December 15, 2020

Kok bisa ya di negara org berjualan, Apakah bosnya jg ttp org taiwan ?

Musafir Baru on January 3, 2021

MasyaaAllah Tabarakallahu.
Banyak juga muslimah di sana.
Semoga semakin pesat.

About food.:
Indonesian Food is the best in the World….
I think u want to go to Nasi Padang againt, Luke..?? 😁

Md Fardin on January 11, 2021

Iam Bangladeshi But I love a indunesian Girl

Axia Ta on January 21, 2021

Martabak is my favorit too.

search4truth on January 24, 2021

I'm. Surprised how much it cost. In indonesia it would have probably cost around $2. Gado gado is not my favorite. Give me some beef randung and satay any day lol. And every randung I've ever had was tender. I'm not sure what region makes it tough

DuoDaily on February 2, 2021

Heyooo you guys visit Taiwan, but still eat Indonesian foods 😂

イツキ on February 4, 2021

I like to eat I am foodie 💞🥰

Adolf Sinaga on February 17, 2021

12:52 when the rendang you taste not meeting your ridiculously high expectation of the dish. Same face i made when I tried rendang in indonesian restaurant in Manila, Toronto and Hongkong. I think every rendang made abroad is always missing something but different thing in different places.

YT Lyric Music on February 19, 2021

yes luke, i think you missed indonesian food, i'm from yogya thx u for exploring my city

Abdul Hadi on February 19, 2021

Indonesia Foods
Taste: 9
Hygiene: 5
Healthiness: 4

swissfoodie on February 20, 2021

Watching your videos and dreaming about those amazing foods and wonderful places whilst we cant travel…. what a fantastic pleasure. Terima Kasih ! I hope I will be able to enjoy this wonderful cuisine and hospitability again soon. I love Sate Ayam, Gado Gado, Sate Lilit, Pepes Ikan, Rendang, Bakso, Murtabak (the savory version, not the sweet one), Bebek Betutu, Pandang style meals etc. I am really missing those wonderful flavors and spices.

Jalan Sunyi on April 1, 2021

Amazing👍👍👍

Rizky Efendi UF on April 5, 2021

Astaga wni ditaiwan pun main tiktok

Lavender99 on April 10, 2021

They are in Taiwan, it will be better if they wear gloves

Yunaf Sandah on April 11, 2021

There is many Terang Bulan/Martabak Manis seller in Indonesia. But not all makes it good. If the ingredients composition is a little off, that will makes the result screwed. Even the pan heat must be right.

Thanos Al-Titan on April 29, 2021

Martabak is Indonesian pancake created by Chinese people in Bangka Island of Indonesia

Aish Nadia on May 5, 2021

Indonesian food absolutely delicious, but not healthy enough hahaha.. Sweet, coconut milk, deep fried etc

Lena Marlena on May 8, 2021

You make me hungry 😋

Fahrudy Arif on May 17, 2021

Martabak my favourite food…enak banget….

Xhamster on May 23, 2021

Fun fact:Indonesian are more active smart and qualitier in other countries than he own country

SEENIME on June 9, 2021

It's all looks so delicious and nice video bro! ♨️👍🏻

Deana Rohali on June 17, 2021

The Mochi you had is not actually mochi. It's called Klepon. Made of sticky rice flour (if I'm not mistaken), stuffed with palm sugar, steamed, and then rolled in coconut. It's one of my favorite snacks! Hope you like it too!

Viz Geraldine on June 21, 2021

0:31 wah kalo di indonesia ada orang cina ngibarin benderanya kayak gitu udah bakal jadi masalah pasti

Bersama Shalendra on June 27, 2021

Omg… luke martin ke taiwan aku kok gak tau yaa… tau gitu aku kesini

Aroem Kamto Soebardy on July 11, 2021

Come back to indonesia after this pandemic…. 😊

YURATA GO on July 20, 2021

Very interesting content… Indonesian cuisine in different country…

Abyan on July 30, 2021

looks like really not taiwan amazing ❤️

Megaigo on August 4, 2021

I saw some of your videos and the way you eat makes me really hungry 😂😂😂

GUS TUR on August 6, 2021

Terima kasih Luke

Mr Food Lover on August 9, 2021

Delicious Food 😛 Love This Food 😍 Watching From Bangladesh 🇧🇩 Thanks For Share🌹

Bonnie H on August 25, 2021

Beside that expensive Indonesian restaurant is a fantastic izakaya restaurant run by a Japanese family with authentic Japanese tastes, massive varieties of Japanese liquor as well great hospitality from the izakaya master. And there are tons of fantastic bar, restaurants around that spots. Hope you lovely couple will visit Taiwan again when the world has been back to pieces. Stay safe.

LιττΙε Vαιhαιια on October 9, 2021

Rly wanna try em all

Wahyudi I Saputra on December 9, 2021

Gado gado in jakarta only 1-2 dolar

Samosir Hutabarat on January 18, 2022

What, gado-gado $5,07 USD? Wow

om boss on January 31, 2022

75ribu rupiah gado gado sampai ke taiwan hehe

Jonathan Leman on February 1, 2022

Mantul Karaeng👍👍👍

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