Being one of the most beloved dishes in the country means satay has many versions, types, and styles, yet it’s all tasty and succulent. With the amount of culinary options in Yogyakarta, many places offer a version of satay that are not to be missed. Here are five places you have to visit to enjoy some delicious satay while in Yogyakarta.

Sate Ratu

When looking to enjoy satay in Yogyakarta, the first place many locals will recommend is Sate Ratu. Its popularity is only matched by the amount of foreign visitors it has to due to the variety of options on the menu—so much so that you will often see people having their photo taken with their national flag while they are visiting the restaurant.

Sate Samirono

Traditionally prepared and tasty to eat, Sate Samirono’s satay is a big local favourite and when you try it you will see why. The beef and goat satay are particularly amazing and can be ordered seven days a week, so it’s no surprise that the name Sate Samirono has remained popular since the 1980s.

Canting Restaurant

With a great selection of drinks and food, including satay, Canting Restaurant is becoming a popular urban hangout in Yogyakarta. The menu is filled with dishes that are perfect for sharing while the rooftop setting offers many possibilities for photos and great memories. The modern design is popular with both locals and internationals visiting the city.

The House Of Raminten

The feeling of visiting a friend’s home for some tasty food is unmistakable when dining at the House of Raminten. The Javanese interior, gamelan music, and traditional recipes offer a real local experience—one of the best in the city. With such a traditionally inspired menu, the satay is a great dish to order and share with a friend.

Rosella Easy Dining

If you are looking to enjoy some tasty satay while enjoying the Javanese countryside, then Rosella Easy Dining is for you. The open-patio style offers a mix of natural surroundings while not neglecting comfort or luxury. 

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