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Taking Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Supper Meals in Indonesia

Taking Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Supper Meals in Indonesia

Meal is food that is readily cooked and ready to eat straight away. The meaning is the same as food but has a different meaning. Meal itself is more about food that is ready to eat, already cooked, just eat it.  If food is more universal, food that is cooked or not, food for animals or humans, we can use the word food. Food is food that we know in general for all living creatures, both humans and animals. Food is also divided into two types, namely animal (from animals) or vegetable (plants).

 In indonesia there are various types of foods been served in various restaurants. This foods varies as the culture varies such foods as Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice), Satay,Bubur Ayam (Chicken Congee),Martabak (Stuffed Pancake),Nasi Padang,Ikan Bakar (Barbecued Fish),Ketoprak (Vermicelli Tofu Salad),Beef Ribs.


Breakfast is food served in the morning or known as breakfast. Generally, people will have breakfast before starting their

work activities. This breakfast is served between 07 and 9.30 am. This can be light food to make the person smart at work.


In Indonesia Lunch is served between 12 and 2.30 pm. usually the food served at this “lunch” is heavier and rich in nutrients.

This can be a local food or western food. The most of the food is a local food as the local foods are heavier than the western foods.


Dinner is a meal that is nutritionally heavier and is served in the evening. Usually, dinner is served from 18.00 to 21.30 here the food is mixed with fruit juice and water.

In Jakarta there are many fruits, vegetables and foods which you can make choice from it. However, the menu served is varied and rich in nutrition based on the food content and the type of ingredients applied.


Supper is food served at midnight between 21.30 and above. There are restaurants that serves 24/7, this type of food is mainly for those on night duty.

Sometimes during the Ramadan period as the take food before fasting and when you are in Indonesia, you can witness the increased night life and movement during the Ramadan and this is mainly for the people to get food and get ready for the next day meal. Usually, people who eat this “soup” still feel dissatisfied or are still very hungry.

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