Suka makan apa? Which means what do you like to eat?
Indonesians eat relatively simple but delicious meals. Indonesian food is essentially 'peasant' cuisine – fresh, simple ingredients, combined with a blend of spices, resulting in a delicious, inexpensive meal. Eating only becomes a grand affair in Indonesia when communal feats are held to celebrate family occasions, such as weddings, funerals and circumcisions, or harvest and religious feasts.
An Indonesian meal usually consists of a main rice (nasi) dish. Rice is the staple food in Indonesia. It is eaten 3 times a day. Many Indonesians do not feel they have eaten if they do not have rice for their meals. The rice is eaten with a combination of meat, fish, chicken, vegetable and egg side dishes. Some examples are Nasi goreng and nasi putih which is fried and boiled rice.
There are many range of flavourings used in Indonesian cooking. Aromatic coriander and cumin, together with chillies, lemon grass, coconut, kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) and palm sugar are all important flavourings. They are used a lot in Indonesian foods for taste.
Indonesian food is one of the most vibrant and colourful cuisines in the world, full of intense flavour and varied textures. With 6,000 islands, there is a huge range of regional specialties, but wherever you are in Indonesia, most meals, including breakfast, are based around rice.
Traditionally, food is eaten using the fingers of the right hand (the left is considered unclean), hence the soft stickiness of their rice. However, in areas familiar with Westerners, cutlery will be provided – usually a spoon and a fork – but otherwise you'll just have to 'do as the natives do'.
Some of Indonesian’s most famous dishes are Sate, nasi goreng and gado gado (vegetables with spicy peanut sauce).
In conclusion I think that Indonesian food is delicious and the best food