This clear, refreshing soup derived from tamarind pairs well with fried food since it’s stocked with vegetables and some of Indonesia’s most interesting ingredients: melinjo, bilimbi, chayote.
A very close relative called sayur lodeh is made with coconut milk and has a sweeter flavor.
Address:Counterintuitively, This West Javanese Dish Is Great At Warung Surabaya (Jl. DR. Abdul Rachman Saleh).
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