What is the most memorable Makassar signature dishes come to your mind? Konro (grilled beef ribs)? Well, besides Konro, a bowl of warm Coto Makassar (kind of beef soup made of ground peanuts stew) can also pamper your taste buds. A bowl of Coto Makassar consists of beef with its innards. This kind of soup has a thick sauce made of ground peanuts perfect to be enjoyed with buras (made of rice and coconut milk).
In the midst of Kapau rice stalls in Senen area, you can spot Daeng Awing stall to taste delicious Coto Makassar. If you come here during lunch break, you should be patient because of long queue.
Coto Makassar Daeng Awing served in small bowl with buras. Although it seems small, it actually deep bowls, make you want to dig for more and more. You can see intestines, liver, meat and lungs inside the bowl. It tastes way more better with additional touch of fried shallots, leeks, leeks, peanuts or chili sauce and lime juice.
While you enjoy Coto Makassar, do not forget to try Jalangkote (similar with pastel, fried pastry with fillings) and salted eggs. Jalangkote itself has thinner skin than pastel one. That snack usually enjoyed with chili sauce made of chili, vinegar and little bit sugar.
The place itself quite spacious and comfortable, so, do not hesitate to come here with friends and enjoy most delicious Coto Makassar in Central Jakarta!
Coto Makassar Daeng Awing
Jl. Kramat Raya No. 2, Senen, Jakarta Pusat 10420
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