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Nasi Gudeg Koyor Pasar Sapi Salatiga

Posted by Admin on 2015-10-02 12:07:26 UTC

Sebelum mendaki gunung Merbabu kita dapat makan di Warung Makan Nasi Gudeg yang terletak di Pasar Sapi Salatiga. Warung ini terletak di dalam pasar di dekat pintu masuk. Sarapan sejenak sebelum naik bus jurusan Salatiga Kopeng.

Bagi para pendaki sangat disayangkan bila tidak sempat mampir mencoba makan di warung yang sudah sangat terkenal di Salatiga dan sekitarnya. Warung gudeg koyor milik Ibu Hj Sukini yang terletak di sebelah Timur gunung Merbabu ini bernama Nasi Gudeg Koyor Miroso.

Bagi yang tidak suka makan gudeg karena sudah berpikiran pasti manis, tidak ada salahnya bila menikmati gudeg yang satu ini "Gudeg Koyor". Paduan rasa manis, gurih, dan pilihan rasa pedas membuat lidah kita akan ketagihan. Selain itu terdapat campuran krecek, daun singkong dan kacang kedelai yang menambah kenikmatan Gudeg Koyor ini. Dipadukan dengan rasa asin "karak " atau krupuk gendar serta hangatnya minum teh, memberi kenangan tersendiri bagi para pendaki gunung.

Koyor sejatinya merupakan urat alias otot sapi yang berada di sekitar tulang punggung sapi. Kendati disebut urat, namun lantaran dimasak dengan teknik tertentu, maka koyor tersebut terasa sangat lembut. Seru kan ngebayangin rasa manis gudeg berpadu dengan pedesan sambel krecek dan sensasi gurihnya koyor. Sampai puncak gunung Merbabu masih terbayang kelesatannya, membuat pendaki Merbabu ingin cepat-cepat turun untuk kembali makan nasi gudeg di Pasar sapi ini.

 

 

 

 

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* Dieng Plateau a volcanic area in the highlands with the oldest standing temples in Indonesia, pre-dating Borobudur by some 100 years
* Karimunjawa a marine park of 27 islands, well off the beaten track
* Mount Merapi a perenially active and spectacular volcano
* Parangtritis a beach to the south of Yogyakarta and easily reached from there
* Prambanan a collection of awe-inspiring Hindu temples
* Salatiga two mighty mountains and the Mata Air festival

* Semarang the administrative capital and an ancient seaport
* Baturetno
* Cilacap a quiet off the beaten track town on the south coast with great potential for tourism development
* Jepara the furniture manufacturing capital of Indonesia; hundreds of workshops working mostly in teak
* Kudus strongly Islamic town and the birthplace of kretek (Indonesian clove cigarette)
* Magelang the nearest large town to Borobudur with a splendid history from the Mataram period
* Purwokerto gateway to mighty Mt Slamet and the adjacent highlands
* Solo (Surakarta) bustling city that has retained a very authentic traditional Javanese nature
* Tegal north coast town with a strong colonial past
* Wonosobo sleepy small city and regency nestled between Mt Sindoro and Mt Sumbing
* Yogyakarta the heritage city of all Java and a semi-autonomous sultanate

Stasiun Balapan The main railway station with colonial style building located around 2 km from the center of the town. Solo is in the main railway roads connecting Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Surabaya. It has also connection with Bandung. There are frequent day and night trains of different classes.

The grave of Ki Ageng Enis He was the great grand son of King Brawijaya V, the grand father of Panembahan Senopati (the First king of Mataram Kingdom II), many pilgrims visit his grave in Laweyan.

The Bengawan or River Solo This longest river in Java flows along the eastern edge of the town from its source in the lime stones hill of the south, near East Java border to its mouth nearby Surabaya, on the Java sea. Regretfully, the river is now shallow, it is not navigable anymore. But in the past It was an important link between Solo and the north cost of East Java. There is a well-known song 'Bengawan Solo' composed by Mr. Gesang.



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