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— by Jocelyn Tan; Indonesian fare isn’t just nasi ambeng and ayam penyet.

After all, the Southeast Asian country is made up of 17,508 islands and over 300 ethnic groups, so it’s no understatement when we say Indonesian cuisine is one of the most diverse and vibrant ones in the world.

So perhaps it’s time to expand our knowledge on this diverse culture, and what better way to do so than to head to some truly authentic locales in town that are dishing out the real deal? […]

Image courtesy of Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House