The city of Malang has a variety of past culinary delights that should be preserved. There is the influence of taste and culture of the Netherlands (Europe), Arabic and of course East Java. For example, Toko Oen was a place to eat and hang out for the Dutch elite in the 1930s, until now it is still victorious and a favorite for Malang residents and tourists alike.

Friends of the Indonesian Travel GPS, once presented 11 Legendary Culinary Tours in Malang, will be completed again, from the period of the Dutch Colonial Colonialism until the period of the Independence of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. Then it will be continued again from the period 1946 to 1960.

Dutch Colonial Colonial Period – Indonesian Independence

Warung Sate Goat and Gule Mr. Misdy

Stand up since 1936, with the main menu Sate Kambing and Goat Curry. The mutton was very tender, only seasoned with peanut sauce with the right mix until it tasted delicious.

Mr. Misdy’s Goat and Gule Sate Warung

Jl. Raya Telogo Mas Center 3/53, Malang

Jl. MT Haryono 167 A, Malang (Open Night)

Mixed Tofu and Cak Dul Chicken Soto – Depot Madusari

This depot is standing since 1942, the mainstay menu is tofu mix and soto ayam which tastes really delicious. Soto Ayam Cak Dul is delicious in gravy with generous portions of meat.

Mixed Tofu and Cak Dul Chicken Soto – Depot Madusari

Jl. KH Zainul Arifin No. 35, Malang

Mrs. Napsiah’s Brintik Stall

Warung Brintik Bu Napsiah (http://halomalang.com)

This shop is standing since 1942, East Javanese food menu, such as beef stew, muscle stew, rawon and chicken with ruja seasoning or fried chicken, which is reminiscent of grandmother’s cooking in the past. This warung occupies a small and narrow simple pavilion, the layout of the space is understated, neat and clean, with a capacity of 15 people.

Rice and Beef Stew (http://closetdomesticbunny.blogspot.com)

Mrs. Napsiah’s Brintik Stall

Jl. KHA Dahlan No. 39, Malang

Tel.: (62) 341 324 539, 361 871

Open every day: 05.00 – 17.00 WIB

Nasi Buk Gang Semarang

Nasi Buk Gang Semarang (http://www.infomakan.com)

Stand up shop since 1942, the word “buk” means “mbakyu (older sister)” in the Madurese language, to call rice sellers.

Nasi buk is usually eaten for breakfast or lunch. Complete rice buk supplement consists of vegetable lodeh bamboo shoots, young jackfruit vegetables, intestines, meat, tripe, fried lungs, fried chicken, coconut jerky and chili sauce.

Nasi Buk Gang Semarang (http://www.infomakan.com)

The typical Madurese food which tends to be salty and spicy is very suitable to be combined with sweet jerky and serundeng.

Nasi Buk Gang Semarang

Jl. KH Zainul Arifin, in front of Gloria store, Malang

Tel.: (62) 341 631 0789

Hasan’s shop

This shop is standing since 1942, has a very classic taste and appearance. Young goat satay only seasoned with soy sauce and sliced ​​shallots, very popular with customers. In addition, there is a green bean goat gule that is provided containing a Middle Eastern taste and aroma.

Hasan’s shop

Jl. Syarief Al Qodri No. 17 A, Malang

Tel.: (62) 341 351 124

Open every day: 08.00 – 21.30 WIB

Period 1946 – 1960

Lunpia Semarang Hoklay

Lumpia Semarang, Hok is taken from the word hockey or fortune, and the word lay in Mandarin means coming, so Hoklay means coming fortune (bringing fortune). Stand up since 1946, stuffed lunpia with bamboo shoots, carrots, especially using taoco sauce. In addition to the pair with chili sauce, there are pickles, brambang leaves and lettuce leaves. Another menu is Cwiemie, with homemade small noodles, minced chicken, fried brambang, spring onions and chicken broth. The favorite drink here is Fosco, which is pure cow’s milk with a very delicious chocolate flavor. Milk is packaged in old, sterilized Coca-Cola bottles.

Lunpia Semarang Hoklay

Jl. KHA Dahlan No. 10, Malang

Tel.: (62) 341 364 513

Fax.: (62) 341 354 418

Open every day: 09.00 – 13.30 WIB and 17.00 – 20.30 WIB

Talun Ice Depot

Talun Ice Depot (http://mlaku.blogdetik.com)

Talun ice depot is standing since 1950, Talun’s signature ice mix containing grass jelly, dawet, sticky rice items, kolang-kaling, coconut milk, plus sweetened kebtal milk. In addition, there is fresh original fruit ice, namely pineapple, tomato, apple, cantaloupe, avocado and smothered in red syrup. Hmm… delicious and fresh!

Talun Ice Depot (https://foursquare.com)

Talun Ice Depot

Simpang Tiga Jl. Talun, behind the Police Station, Malang

Open every day: 09.00 – 22.00 WIB

Depot Soponyono Bu Daeng Lawang

Depot Soponyono Bu Daeng Lawang (http://chowhound.chow.com)

This depot is standing since 1950, with the mainstay menu of Tofu Telor, Depot Bu Daeng’s cuisine has been very famous for a long time, using bouquet spices (complete and solid spices) with the right taste, adapted to the tastes of the Indonesian tongue. In addition there is Cingur Rujak, Goat Gule and Oxtail Sop.

Egg Tofu (http://chowhound.chow.com)

Depot Soponyono Bu Daeng Lawang

Jl. Dr. Wahidin No. 45, Lawang. Poor

Tel.: (62) 341 414 075

Mbak Niniek’s salad salad

Mbak Niniek’s salad salad

This Rujak stall is standing since 1951, the mainstay menu is Rujak Cingur, Rujak Kacang (Rujak cingur without petis), Rujak Mania, besides that, Cingur, tofu and white rice are also available. The Cingur salad is solid, using selected petis and natural spices. Kolak is available, containing marrow porridge, pudding, banana, coconut milk and brown sugar.

Mbak Niniek’s salad salad (https://foursquare.com)

Mbak Niniek’s salad salad

Jl. Widara Flower No. 1, Malang

Tel.: (62) 341 765 6678, 489 297

Soto Basket

Soto Basket (http://infokulinermalang.wordpress.com)

This Soto stall is standing 1955, with a quite unique place in a narrow alley (alley) with a width of 1.5 m, with a shady and clean atmosphere. The location of the shop next to the New Life Store, does not become an obstacle for customers, mostly students, traders and local residents.

Warung Soto Basket

Jl. Big Market, Next to the New Life Shop, Malang

Open every day: 07.00 – 11.00 WIB

Mak Nyik Grilled Chicken (Nyik Sun)

Baked Chicken Mak Nyik or Nyik Sun

Stand-up restaurant since 1960, now managed by Mbak Sri, is the successor to Mak Nyik, with his delicious grilled chicken recipe, besides Nasi Orem, Sate Usus and Sate Kikil.

Mak Nyik Grilled Chicken (Nyik Sun)

Gejayana Swimming Pool Parking, Malang

Open every day: 18.00 – 24.00 WIB

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