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My 1st time and definitely will go back should I be back in town. They serve the Soto (Sroto) in a bowl with price of IDR20K (USD1.5) consist of beansprouts, 5-7 meat cubes, crackers, and rice cake. The soup itself already tasty from the beef...More
Soto Sokaraja is a typical food from sokaraja banyumas. soto consists of beef mix, beef broth vegetables and added peanut sauce. you must taste soto sokaraja when visiting Purwokerto. there are some sellers Soto sokaraja with almost the same taste, so please choose the one...More
Tried this food at once was interested, sort of local soup with bit different ingredients.
Interested & tried it 3 times a day, best served in hot soup.
Worth to try, when you are around & easy to find when travelling around Banyumas area.
If you visit Banyumas, a town in Middle Java Province, you must try this Soto restaurant. Soto is kind of main course that consist of broth, small slices of beef or chicken, crispy bean. It is very tasty and fresh. They also offer two types...More
Went there and buy a portion of soto with my friend. It uses lontong (rice cake) instead of the more common rice. It tastes delicious, especially combined with the peanut paste. The taste is somewhat different if you ever tried other type of soto (Lamongan,...More
Simple dish yet I found it very tasty. The dish is really popular in this town so make a time to try one. It serve in quite small bowl / portion so it's better to order more then one bowl to yourself. It quite cheap...More
You love soto? Should definitely try here. Their soto is a bit unique. They serve soto not with rice, but with a rice cake. They also use a peanut sauce for the spices. Definitely one of a kind eatery experience.
Soto is kind of soup from Indonesia. Soto Sokaraja is a kind of soto that can be find in Indonesia. Soto Sokaraja is unique with its peanut sauce. It can be chicken, beef or mixed of beef offal. It can have rice, kupat or just...More
Soto is basically a soupy dish. There are many kinds of soto you'll find throughout Indonesia.
As a kid whose mother is originated Purwokerto, I grew up eating soto sokaraja during every visits to Purwokerto. There are many soto sokaraja restaurant along this street, but...More
This restaurant has 2 outlets, one across from one another. But don't be mistaken, if you don't come early, they will run out of food.
The Soto itself was good. But combining it with the sauces turned it into an awesome food.
It is as...More