Think of it as Indonesia’s version of dim sum -- traditional steamed fish dumplings known in China as shaomai.
A complete portion comes with a steamed potato, cabbage, egg, and bitter gourd, and is served with a boiled peanut sauce similar to gado-gado.
For the less health-inclined, an alternative to siomay is batagor, which is fried instead of steamed.
Address: Perhaps Indonesiaâ€™s Most Ubiquitous Traveling Street Food, The Best Way To Dine On Siomay Is From A Bicycle Vendor, Who Carts His Large Steamer Around On The Back Of His Bike.
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