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INDONESIAN STREET FOOD - IS IT BETTER THAN FILIPINO STREET FOOD?

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We think Filipino Street food has a greater variety. We found an awesome few days in Nusa Penida south of Bali and got to try a variety of Indonesian Street Food. It is really hard to compare it to Filipino Street food as the composition and taste are so different. Filipino cuisine has a lot of European influence but especially the older traditional dishes in the Philippines have a classic Pinoy Taste.

Here is the street food we tried on this tour:
- Nasi Goreng & Mie Goreng: fried rice and fried noodles. A staple of Indonesian cuisine. You can't travel to Indonesia without having it at least once! (12,000IDR)
- Martabak Telor: a deep friend Indonesian style omelet wrapped in a thin roti (kind of crepe). (18,000IDR 2eggs)
- Teran Bulan: an awesome kind of crepe / waffle / pancake that they will fill with whatever you want. We got the Banana + Peanuts for 12,000IDR
- CapCay: soup dish with a lot of vegetables.Sometimes chicken as you saw... ask for no chicken if you don't want it.

Street food in Indonesia is very inexpensive as you can see - so traveling through the region will be easy for travelers on a budget. If you enjoy watching us trying exotic food then give this video a thumbs up.

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