Try the Famous ‘Gudeg’ at These Locations in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

November 20, 2020, 01.04 AM
When planning a trip to Indonesia?s Central Java island, be sure to include trying the best Yogyakarta food of ?gudeg? that is famous in the region. SHUTTERSTOCK/ARIYANI TEDJOWhen planning a trip to Indonesia?s Central Java island, be sure to include trying the best Yogyakarta food of ?gudeg? that is famous in the region.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – When planning a trip to Indonesia’s Central Java island, be sure to include trying the best Yogyakarta food  gudeg that is famous in the region.

Gudeg is an Indonesian Jackfruit Stew that has become the face of Yogyakarta street food.

As you travel around the Central Java city, you will easily notice numerous food vendors selling gudeg using their individual recipes and cooking techniques.

Kompas.com has selected the top eight food eateries to get your share of gudeg during your future travel to Central Java.

Read also: 4 Tips to Get the Best Bargain at Yogyakarta, Indonesia’s Historic Malioboro Street

No matter which vendor you choose, let us remind you to follow Covid-19 health protocols at any of the locations you visit in Indonesia.

1. Gudeg Mbah Lindu

Not only is gudeg considered the best Yogyakarta food, but Mbah Lindu was one of Yogyakarta’s oldest gudeg vendor until her death on July 12, 2020 at the ripe age of 100. Her daughter Ratiyah has stepped up as her successor.

Her version of this Yogyakarta street food has become so famous that it was featured in the Netflix documentary series “Street Food: Asia” in 2019 further catapulting her culinary stardom.

Located at Jalan Sosrowijayan and directly in front of the Grage Ramayana Hotel or around 300 meters from the historic Malioboro Street, you can order a plate of the Indonesian Jackfruit Stew every day from 5am-10am.

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