Monday 6 May 2013

Food on Wheels; Nasi Goreng in Sanur on Bali, Indonesia

It's my last day of my current stay in Indonesia, until August most likely and what better way to say goodbye with an addition to the Food on Wheels series. Posts from Indonesia have already been added before, but also from the Philippines and South Korea, proving that the Asian food culture differs from the Western food culture by means of so many more and the variety of street vendors.

Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, Nasi Goreng on wheels

The front view of the hand pulled cart with the wok

The vendor was a very friendly person who seemed to take very good care of his customers and with a good sense of humor. He pulls his cart through the Sanur nights on Bali and sells Nasi Goreng. 'Nasi' means rice in Baha Indonesia and 'Goreng' means fried. In Thai it would be a Khao Pad. 'Mie' or noodles are also on the menu.

Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, Nasi Goreng on wheels the ingredients

The back of the cart with all the ingredients

It's intriguing how many of these carts are pushed and/or pulled through the Indonesian city nights and how the vendors manage to make money out of it and stay as upbeat as this guy is.

This night I also saw a few even smaller carts selling 'Sateh' and mostly with 'Ayam' or chicken but I haven't seen one selling my fave meat; 'Kambing' or goat, yet! Something to keep an eye out for.

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