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Mamak stall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mamak stall

A mamak stall is a food establishment which serves mamak food. The Malaysian Mamak are Tamil Muslims of Malaysian nationality, whose forefathers mostly migrated from South India to the Malay Peninsula and various locations in Southeast Asia centuries ago. They are regarded as part of the Malaysian Indian community.

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Betawi cuisine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Betawi cuisine

Betawi cuisine is rich, diverse and eclectic, in part because the Betawi people that create them were composed from numbers of regional immigrants that coming from various places in the archipelago, as well as Chinese, Indian, Arab, and European traders, visitors and immigrants that attracted to the port-city of Batavia (today modern Jakarta) since centuries ago.

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How to Eat in Jakarta

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Tyler Cowen went to Jakarta recently and has provided his advice on how to eat well there. It makes sense to look for his advice: Cowen has a very interesting book on the economist's take on good e...
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To Market to Market

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Jakarta’s markets abound and offer just about anything you can imagine, from snakes and birds to colourful fabrics, electronics, or antiques. We’ve uncovered Jakarta’s best for buying fresh produce at local, traditional-style pasar on the streets.
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Jakarta's Favorite Street Feast - Jakarta Globe

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Jakarta's Favorite Street Feast
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While roadside or traveling vendors are often the go-to guys due to their availability, their limited quantity and choices will disappoint those who want to break the fast with something more substantial.
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Startup Seeks to Build Better Farmers Market By Providing Year Round Online Access to Food

Startup Seeks to Build Better Farmers Market By Providing Year Round Online Access to Food | Benhil - Wet market | Scoop.it
What if you had access to a fresh farmers market seven days a week, knew exactly what they would be offering so that you can plan your meals, were able to contact your preferred vendors with a shop...

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Chow Kit Market in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysa

Be sure to head over to http://migrationology.com/ for lots more travel and street food videos! Kuala Lumpur is a fascinating city in Southeast Asia. It's a ...
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A great Bangkok market

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Smaller and more cramped, but more eclectic than nearby Bangkok Noi market, Thonburi's Phran Nok wet market is worth a trip if you're serious about exploring Thai food ingredients in a very local atmosphere


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Warung - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Warung - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A warung (old spelling waroeng ) is a type of small family-owned business - often a casual shop, a modest small restaurant or café - in Indonesia, and to a lesser extent, Malaysia. A warung is an essential part of daily life in Indonesia.

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Padang cuisine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Padang cuisine

Padang food is the cuisine of the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra, Indonesia. It is among the most popular food in Maritime Southeast Asia. It is known across Indonesia as Masakan Padang ( Padang cuisine, in English usually the simpler Padang food) after the city of Padang the capital city of West Sumatra province.

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Benhil Market,

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Many new places which are only appeared during the fasting month
offers sweet traditional snacks for culinary lovers.
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Weekly 5: It's Ramadhan all over again - Jakarta Post

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Weekly 5: It's Ramadhan all over again
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The massive number of vendors are located in areas such as Bendungan Hilir in Central Jakarta.
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Authentic Hong Kong: Mongkok Wet Market - Entouriste

The Mongkok market is not a place for the squeamish! We found that most of the goods sold at the market were actually still alive and prepared onsite. (Let's take a visit to Mongkok’s Wet Market with @milliephoto!
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WET MARKETS & SOUTHEAST ASIA

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WET MARKETS & SOUTHEAST ASIAN MODERNIZATION


An elderly Cantonese woman steps cautiously onto the Metro Rail as the sun rises, reflecting light off the glass of a towering sky rise above.


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Fresh produce markets of Southeast Asia

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Wet Markets in China: A Food Safety Perspective | Food Safety News

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