Ayam Cabe Ijo
A typical Indonesian dish from Padang, Sumatra. It combines juicy fried chicken with a spicy sauce made from green chilies
Batam is famous for it’s countless seafood restaurant, which you can find all over the island.
Bilis Molen / Kue Bilis
Traditional snacks to be found all over Batam, tasting like a delicious blend between savory salted fish and the sweet taste of the dough
Kue bingka is an Indonesian traditional cake, made up of flour, eggs, coconut milk, sugar and salt.
Beef Rendang is a dry Curry Beef dish that is aromatic and consists of a coconut-rich, spiced & thick gravy. Coconut milk is used to cook the beef very slowly. Fresh grated coconut is then dry roasted till golden, crushed to a coconut butter paste (Kerisik), and added to the curry.
Gong-gong is a type of sea snail that is processed by boiling or sautéing with special spices.
Indomie Goreng and Indomie Rebus
Ketoprak Tenda Biru
Mie Lendir Berkuah Kacang
Otak – Otak
Sambal is one of the typical archipelago culinary delights that Indonesians like. For Indonesians, chili sauce is a must-have menu for every meal. Various kinds of chili sauce have spread in Indonesia and some of them are very famous for their spicy and addictive taste.
Yong Kee Fish Soup
Clear fish soup with crisp lettuce, fried shallots and fresh fish slices, usually served with steamed white rice.