[NEW POST] Traditional Indonesian Gudeg at Gudeg Ningrat, Alam Sutera

After we enjoyed Japanese food for nearly two weeks, we finally back to the Indonesian food. Hooray! We came for lunch at Gudeg Ningrat before continuing our trip to a friend’s house, and in this post I want to share the yummy experience with you. Gudeg Ningrat is located at Ruko Alam Sutera, Tangerang, and we easily spotted them on the left side of the main road. It’s true that Indonesia has a wide variety of cuisines. Although we’ve tried many other cuisines; we always come back and crave for Indonesian food again.

Exterior Look  at Gudeg Ningrat by MyfunfoodiarySuasana Gudeg Ningrat Alam Sutera by Myfunfoodiary Suasana Gudeg Ningrat Alam Sutera by MyfunfoodiarySuasana area lesehan di Gudeg Ningrat by Myfunfoodiary

As we all know, Indonesia uses a lot of spices, which explains why the menu is so varied, mostly inexpensive and delicious too. Gudeg, for example, is one of my favorite dishes among all other Indonesian food.

Es Kelapa Cao, IDR 16K - Es Kelapa Kopyor, IDR 25K

To accompany our lunch, we ordered this drink. Es Kelapa Cao tasted so refreshing! It’s made from a combination of young coconut and green grass jelly, commonly known as Cincau Hijau in Indonesia. While Es Kelapa Kopyor, which is now rarely found in Jakarta, also became our favorite drink. This drink made with Kopyor Coconut meat, so it tasted a bit savory, fresh and delicious!

Es Kopyor and Es Kelapa Cao at Gudeg Ningrat by Myfunfoodiary

Teh Poci, IDR 15K

As an alternative, I also ordered the Teh Poci. It’s a traditional tea brewed in a teapot and cups made from clay. The fragrant aroma of jasmine and the flavor of this black tea reminded me when I visited Tegal many years ago. As usual, this tea served with sugar cubes and best to enjoy while it’s still warm. Classic and refreshing!

Teh Poci at Gudeg Ningrat by Myfunfoodiary  Teh Poci at Gudeg Ningrat by Myfunfoodiary

Pastel, IDR 7K per piece & Lumpia, IDR 12K per piece

Besides Gudeg as their main signature, apparently they also offer some snack. We’ve tried the Pastel and Lumpia, which was recommended by them. Fried Pastel (Pastel Goreng) has long been favored by most Indonesian people and even tourists who visit Indonesia. The outer layer was quite crisp and filled with lots of vegetable fillings. Not to forget, the Fried Lumpia (Spring Rolls) tasted delicious as well, I couldn’t stop munching this Lumpia before heading to the main course. It was similar to Semarang spring rolls, but this one was tastier, freshly made, no smelly odor of bamboo shoots, and came with a combination of crisp, sweet and savory flavors at the same time.

Pastel and Lumpia Van Java at Gudeg Ningrat by Myfunfoodiary

Nasi Gudeg Komplit, IDR 40K

Some eating places in Jakarta also offer Nasi Gudeg, but I must admit that this was one of the best Nasi Gudeg I’ve ever had so far! We tried the complete version of Gudeg Rice that consisted of ayam opor (chicken curry), sayur nangka (young jackfruit cooked in coconut milk), fried sambal krecek, marinated tofu and boiled brown egg. All combinations of toppings and the warm watered savory are on top gave a distinctive taste that is second to none. The overall flavor was not too sweet. Instead, there was a slightly savory flavor that tasted delicious suit to my personal liking. The softness of fried sambal krecek made me addicted to it as well. Oh, so good!

Nasi Gudeg Komplit  at Gudeg Ningrat by Myfunfoodiary

Nasi Rawon Telur Asin, IDR 30K

Nasi Rawon Telur Asin is also one of the favorite menu here, so we decided to try this menu. A black soup that made from Kluwek has become a signature of this soup. Kluwak does not have a distinctive aroma like other spices, but without Kluwak, then the soup taste will not taste delicious. The overall flavor was not too salty, so it’s suitable if eaten with a side dish of a salted egg. The soup itself tasted so fresh, served with lots of chunks of tender beef. It was indeed a classic and delicious eastern Java dish.

Rawon Daging  at Gudeg Ningrat by Myfunfoodiary

Overall, we enjoyed all the flavor of typical Indonesian food served by the Gudeg Ningrat since the beginning. The affordable price, comfortable and clean place, and friendly service made us want to come back again with the family to this restaurant. If you’re in Alam Sutera, I highly recommend you to visit this Gudeg Ningrat restaurant and try some of the food recommended above. 

Suasana Gudeg Ningrat Alam Sutera by Myfunfoodiary

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Gudeg Ningrat
Ruko Alam Sutera Blok A29 No. 5, Jl. Jalur Sutera, Alam Sutera, Tangerang
Phone: 0815.1321.9266
Operation Hours: 09:00 – 20:00
Price Range: Rp. 30.000,– – Rp. 50.000,-
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Author: myfunfoodiary

Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say "Hi". Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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