Kupat Gule of Yogyakarta Special Region
The majority of people recognize Gudeg as the prime traditional food in Yogyakarta Special Region. They are not wrong, but the region offers more than that. For instance, there is the delicious Kupat Gule! This spicy and savory dish is popular among both locals and tourists! The main ingredient is rice cake and it features yellow broth. Not to mention it comes with soft-textured chicken, eggs, traditional crackers, and other extras. Plus, it doesn’t take much time to prepare one. Some sellers also include pieces of long beans in it.
Where to Get It
Well, tourists are likely to find Kupat Gule sellers easily in some parts of the region. Here is the tip. This food is considered a breakfast dish, so tourists must get the food in the morning. Even though they can get one in restaurants and modern eateries, it is recommended to visit the most famous one. The location is in Kaliurang Street and it has been known by tourists for generations. For the information, the name is Bang Doel’s Kupat Gule. The place is modest and the nuance is considered crowded due to the popularity.
More about Kupat Gule
The good thing is tourists can get Kupat Gule fast, due to an excellent service. As for the taste, the quality depends on where they buy the food. This applies to the price, too. Some sellers offer yellow broth while others provide reddish broth! What is the difference? The red one is indeed spicier! Thus, tourists can choose the right one that suits their preference. As for the ingredients, these include pieces of chicken, boiled eggs, and pieces of rice cakes.
The taste is savory and it has a dominant curry flavor. The portion is moderate, but it is quite fulfilling. As for the best place to eat Kupat Gule, it is definitely at the traditional eateries (as mentioned earlier). The purpose is to feel a friendly and warm nuance, as tourists would eat together with the locals. It gives them an opportunity to make new friends. That place also becomes a good spot to find information regarding Yogyakarta’s closest vacation destinations. Tourists only need to talk to either other customers or the seller.
There is an important consideration related to Kupat Gule. For example, it is about the price. During big holidays and weekends, the price is likely pricier due to the high number of customers. Have no worries. It is quite affordable, so all tourists won’t have any issue to buy some either for themselves or families.
- Beringharjo Market
- Parangtritis Beach
- Prambanan Temple
How to Get There
Well, tourists must visit Yogyakarta City in order to get Kupat Gule. From Jakarta City, in this case, they can simply take an airplane service at Soekarno – Hatta International Airport and head to Adisucipto International Airport. This flight may take around 1 hour and 10 minutes. Actually, it can be either less or more depending on the weather. After arriving at the destination, they should find the right place to buy the food. For an easier effort, tourists should hire a local guide later.
Where to Stay
- Garuda Hotel
- Greenhouse Boutique Hotel
- Ambarukmo Hotel
- Jayakarta Hotel
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