Timings : 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
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Sprawled along the eastern part of Surabaya, the grand Pakuwon Food Festival is a delightful culinary experience that pays homage to the diverse cuisines around the world, which include the traditional Indonesian, Indian, Arab, Chinese, Mediterranean, and the delicious medley of all the different cultures that have played a role in defining the cuisine of Surabaya.
Be it quaint little food shacks or top restaurants, the Pakuwon Food Festival, also referred to as the Pakuwon Food Fest, is home to a vibrant atmosphere, complete with psychedelic lights, melodious music, live entertainment, and of course, the chief guest of the festival – food!
Established in the year 2008, the Pakuwon Food Festival is a lot more than merely a culinary tour. It is the site which is thronged by an average of up to a whopping eleven thousand visitors from places near and far every weekend!
Home to at least a hundred food stalls, the glamorous Pakuwon Food Festival has a pretty nice arrangement, with a number of tables set around the corner for the food connoisseurs who come to this place in order to have a fulfilling gastronomic experience. In every stand, you may find a different cuisine, a unique menu, with a brilliant blend of both international as well as local food items.
From the conventional cuisine of East Java which includes the scrumptious Kupang Lontong, mixed tofu, grilled rice, Lontong rice, and meatballs, among others, to the various International dishes such as Roti Prata, Hakka noodles, juicy steaks, hamburgers, Indian Murtabak, and French fries, there is no dearth of choices in this amazing place.
One of the food stalls in the Pakuwon Food Festival specializes in a vast expanse of beverages that include one particular ingredient – durian. Be it iced durian, durian juice, durian mixed ice, or durian milkshake, here you may find them all. In addition, other drinks such as thick cappuccinos, spicy ginger juice, refreshing coconut juice, milkshakes, as well as the traditional tea and coffee are also sold here. However, alcoholic drinks are not available in the Pakuwon Food Festival.
For those who do not wish to try out heavy meals may go for the light snacks such as the delicious roasted corn or marinated porridge, tofu paste or a bucket full of cheesy popcorn.
The best part about the alluring Pakuwon Food Festival is that you can try out all the dishes without burning a hole in your pocket!
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