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18 Recommendations for Typical and Delicious Banyuwangi Culinary Places

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Banyuwangi is one of the locations in East Java that continuously improves its urban planning to show itself as an attractive tourist city to visit. Apart from having many beautiful natural resources, Banyuwangi is also a city that has a wealth of culinary delights. If you want to travel to Banyuwangi, don’t just visit tourist attractions in Banyuwangi, but also try the typical food there. Here are some recommendations for Banyuwangi culinary attractions that you can try during meal times.

1. Sego Cawuk Warung Bu Mantih

Sego cawuk is one of Banyuwangi’s specialties that can be enjoyed during meal times. Sego cawuk is rice topped with gravy and grated coconut. The sauce from Sego Cawuk is made from delicious spices.

As for the side dishes, there are side dishes such as beef jerky, fish paste, or eggs, which can be chosen according to taste. This side dish and rice are sold separately.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Warung Bu Mantih, Jalan Wahid Hasyim (near Rogojampi station)
  • Price: IDR 6,000 per portion (not including side dishes)

2. Sego Tempong Mbok Wow

Sego Tempong Mbok WowThe next Banyuwangi culinary tourist spot is sego tempong which can be enjoyed at Warung Mbok Wah. Sego tempong is indeed one of Banyuwangi’s most delicious culinary delights.

In terms of tempong is a culinary in the form of rice with sambal tempong. It tastes very good and at this time the culinary of nasi tempong is also starting to spread to other areas in East Java such as Malang and Surabaya.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Warung Mbok Wah, Jalan Gembrung No. 22 Banyuwangi
  • Price: IDR 7,000 per serving (rice, sambal tempong, vegetables, and salted fish)

3. Pecel Rawon Mbak Sumi

Pecel Rawon Mbak SumiAfter you are tired of visiting Banyuwangi Tourism Places, try looking for typical and delicious Banyuwangi culinary such as Pecel Rawon, one of which can be enjoyed at Pecel Rawon Mbak Sumi. As the name suggests, rawon pecel is pecel rice that is given rawon sauce.

Pecel rawon can be one of Banyuwangi’s pride foods after tempong rice. If you stop by Banyuwangi, try to taste this one culinary, because in your area there may not be this food.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Jalan A. Yani 37 (in front of SMPN 01 Kota)
  • Opening hours: 24 hours

4. Pecel Pitik in Kemiren Village

Pecel Pitik in Kemiren VillageEver heard of the Osing Tribe in Banyuwangi? If you have, then this culinary is one of the typical culinary of the Osing Tribe, which is native to Banyuwangi. This food can be enjoyed deliciously and is usually used as food for traditional purposes.

Nasi pecel pitik is pecel rice made from urap-urap free-range chicken with grated coconut. This chicken is usually shredded and anointed with raw but seasoned coconut.

If you want to eat this culinary, here is some information you need:

  • Location: You can eat pecel pitik in Kemiran Village, Glegah District, Banyuwangi
  • How to get: come when the Osing tribe is holding a traditional event

5. Rujak Soto Mbok Mbret

Rujak Soto Mbok MbretBanyuwangi as one of the tourist attractions in East Java will be more complete if visited while on a culinary tour. After rawon pecel, this Banyuwangi culinary tour also combines 2 types of food in 1 food plate, namely rujak soto. Rujak soto is a combination of rujak and soto sauce that you can try when visiting Banyuwangi.

The taste is of course very unique but delicious. Usually there is also tripe meat and quail eggs to add flavor. If you are curious, then try this food at Warung Mbok Mbret.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Jalan Raya Jember, Next to the former Sylvia cinema building, Benculuk, Cluring, Kab. Banyuwangi
  • Price: IDR 20,000 per portion

6. Mie Ayam Ahem

Ahem Chicken NoodlesNoodle lovers who don’t want to taste rice can try to come to Mie Ayam Ahem. Mie ayam imi can be enjoyed deliciously. There are also other menus such as wonton noodles which are no less delicious.

One serving of chicken noodles or wonton noodles already contains delicious and plentiful chicken or meatballs. In addition, the spices in this dish are also perfectly blended so that the enjoyment is unbeatable.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Warung Ahem, Jalan Haryono No. 93, Tukangkayu, Banyuwangi District. (Near West Berlin Hotel)

7. Sego Wrap Bu Poer

Sego Wrap Bu PoerThis Banyuwangi culinary tour is also quite popular for the indigenous people of Banyuwangi. In this shop, there are many choices of traditional and Javanese menus.

Many people come there because of the variety of delicious menus. Some of them are corn rice, yellow rice, brown rice, white rice, which can be chosen according to taste. While the side dishes are also widely available, such as gudeg, stir-fry, and also fried foods.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Jalan PB Sudirman Banyuwangi (in front of BNI Syariah)
  • Price: Approximately IDR 12,000 per portion

8. Botok Wasp

Wasp BotokBotok is a term for typical Javanese food which is steamed and wrapped in banana leaves. While wasp is the Javanese word for bee. Yes, this food is food that is processed from bee hives.

The taste is quite unique and also delicious. This food is one of the rare foods that may not exist in other areas besides Banyuwangi. Therefore, this one food alternative is worth a try.

If you want to get botok wasps, the following information is needed:

  • Location: You can get it at several traditional markets in Banyuwangi. Or you can also come to Warung Bu Misnah in Rogojampi District, Lemahbang Kulon Village.

9. Rawon Bu Atik

Rawon Bu AtikBanyuwangi is also famous for its delicious rawon. Rawon in Banyuwangi can be obtained at a low price. One of them when visiting Rawon Bi Atik.

Rawon is a food that can be enjoyed with rice. The gravy is dark in color and is usually filled with meat. Other additions are usually chili sauce and also fresh sprouts, which are even more delicious with crackers.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Warung Bu Atik on Jalan Ahmad Yani 83 Banyuwangi.
  • Price: IDR 27,000 for 1 portion.

10. Crab Noodle Soup

Crab Noodle SoupPlengkung Beach Banyuwangi is one of the famous beach attractions. It turns out that besides that there are also beach tourist spots that are suitable for all culinary tours. Have you ever tried noodles prepared with seafood such as crab? If you haven’t, then this culinary one is a must try when traveling to Banyuwangi.

The noodles there are served with crab. However, if you don’t like seafood or have a seafood allergy, then there are other food options that you can try, still with good taste and you will definitely like it.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Crab Street No. 29B Banyuwangi

11. Kiki Tile Meatballs

Kiki Tile MeatballsTile is one of the areas in Banyuwangi that can be visited for a culinary tour. There is a place to eat called Bakso Kiki Tile. This place to eat is always crowded with visitors, especially when Eid arrives, where people go home to Banyuwangi.

The food menu, of course, is meatballs. The types of meatballs there are also varied, ranging from coarse meatballs, smooth meatballs, to egg-filled meatballs. If you are a fan of meatballs, then try to stop by there.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: KH Hasyim Asyari Street, Tile, Banyuwangi
  • Opening hours: 09.00 to 21.00

12. Spicy Koro Lodeh Warung Lya

Spicy Koro Lodeh Warung LyaSpicy koro lodeh is the next culinary specialty in Banyuwangi. This lodeh is one of the spicy foods that can be enjoyed when traveling to or from Banyuwangi towards Situbondo.

This lodeh food is a typical rural food prepared from koro (a type of vegetable) with spices and also tempeh and tofu. For the side dishes, there are several fried foods such as chicken, fish, lung, mash, and so on.

If you want to eat there, the following information is needed:

  • Location: Jalan Raya Situbondo, No. 425, Wongserejo District, Alasrejo Village, Banyuwangi

13. Pregnant Meatballs

Pregnant MeatballsThis one food may have started to develop in other cities. In Banyuwangi itself, there are also pregnant meatballs that can be tasted and delicious.

The size of this pregnant child meatball is jumbo aka super large. There is even a meatball menu with a size of up to 30 cm and a weight of up to 2 kg. If you are curious, try to come and see for yourself.

If you want to eat meatballs pregnant with children, here is some information:

  • Location: Bakso Pak Andre, on Jalan Dr. Soetomo Banyuwangi (in front of the BPN Banyuwangi office)

14. Kemiren Basil Ordering Stall

Kemiren Basil Ordering ShopPesantongan is a typical Banyuwangi language which means a place to hang out or hangout. This place can be visited when you want to hang out in Banyuwangi style with traveling companions.

The various food menus offered there are typical Banyuwangi food menus such as pecel pitik, and several other specialties of rice. For the drink itself, there are typical kemiren drinks, temulawak, coffee, kencur rice, and so on.

If you want to eat there, the following information is required:

  • Location: Pesantongan Kemien in Kemiren village, Glagah, Banyuwangi
  • Opening hours: 11.00 to 23.00

15. Grilled Fish Blimbingsari Rogojampi

Blimbingsari Rogojampi Grilled FishLove grilled fish? If yes, then one of the best locations to enjoy grilled fish in Banyuwangi is in Blimbingsari. There are three beaches there which are Banyuwangi fish-producing beaches.

Even from this beach, you can see a very beautiful view of the island of Bali from a distance. While enjoying grilled fish, you can enjoy the seaside atmosphere with a breezy breeze.

If you want to go to Blimbingsari Rogojampi, here is the information:

  • Access: From Blimbingsari Airport head east.
  • Opening hours: morning to night

16. Blue Stall

Blue ShopAnother famous Banyuwangi culinary place, namely Warung Biru. Warung Biru is located in the center of Banyuwangi city so it’s quite easy to get to.

The specialty food offered there is seafood. In addition, there are also Banyuwangi specialties which have the characteristics of spicy chili sauce with fried chicken and seafood.

If you want to eat there, the following information is required:

  • Location: Warung Biru on Jalan Captain Piere Tendean
  • Opening hours: 09.00 to 17.00

17. Soup Kesrut Rodiyah

Soup Kesrut RodiyahBanyuwangi is famous for its fascinating Ijen Crater Tour. But this culinary one can also make tourists want to return to Banyuwangi on another occasion. Soup kesrut may not sound so familiar to outsiders. This food is one of the food menus that is quite unique and delicious to enjoy while traveling to Banyuwangi.

This food is processed food with a fairly thick broth, complete with savory and sour free-range chicken. There are also spicy flavors and very appetizing and a must try.

If you want to eat there, the following information is required:

  • Location: Warung Rodiyah, Kraan Hamlet, Segobang Village. (T-junction of the road to Ijen Resto).

18. Spicy Chicken Rantinem

Rantinem Spicy ChickenIf you like spicy and appetizing culinary tours, then this one dish can be a recommended alternative.

This is a spicy food made from processed chicken that can be enjoyed with rice and fresh vegetables. The interesting thing about this dish is that the chicken is grilled first before being treated with a spicy sauce, so it tastes very good.

If you want to eat there, the following information is required:

  • Location: Next to the Banyuwangi Tile Post Office
  • Opening hours: 10.00 to 21.00

Those are some Banyuwangi culinary tours that are recommended because of their uniqueness and deliciousness. If you want to visit Banyuwangi, try tasting one of the typical foods above. Hopefully useful and happy culinary trip.

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