Bakso (or Baso)

Bakso is meatballs in noodle soup. They are served with beef broth, rice vermicelli, eggs, fried shallots and sometimes wontons. Usually sold from street vendors, these dense meatballs are the ultimate comfort food for many.

Bakso has its origin from Chinese food, but nowadays they are made with beef, as most Indonesians are Muslim. Sliced bakso are often found in fried rice (nasi goreng) and fried noodles (mie goreng).

Our bakso comes from our partners at Budiman Food, made with the highest quality beef and without any additives.