Not only as an area filled with entertainment venues, but you can also enjoy culinary tours in Mangga Besar. The Chinese culture is thick, you can enjoy some Chinese food, one of which is at Kamseng Restaurant. This restaurant, which is open 24 hours, is located on Jl. Mangga Besar 1 No. 26 Jakarta. Here you can enjoy various types of porridge typical of bamboo curtain country but from some of the most favorite menus is the menu of Pitan Pork Porridge and Fish Fillet Porridge.
The porridge menu at Kamseng Restaurant is mostly non-halal, but for those of you who can't taste non-halal food, you can visit Bubur Ayam Mangga Besar 1, which is located on Jl. Mangga Besar 1 No. 46. Offering delicious taste, Bubur Ayam Mangga Besar 1 offers a smooth pulp and a complete topping.
Even though the name is kuiau and is in the Chinatown area in Mangga Besar, the Kwetiau is located on Jl. Mangga Besar Raya No. 35 This includes halal offerings. Using a mixture made from meat and beef offal, the rice here can be an alternative for those of you who can't eat non-halal food. Not only can you order Mixed Cow Beef Rice menu which is your favorite menu, you can also order other menus such as fried rice noodles, noodles, and special fried rice.
One more place to eat in Mangga Besar which is also very popular. Known as the chicken meatballs or most people call it Roti Henis, the restaurant is located at Jl. Mangga Besar Raya No. 2F also provides another menu that is also required to try, one of which is Soto Mie, typical of Henis, which has a delicious taste. With sliced meat added with cakwe topping, it adds to the enjoyment of a bowl of soto noodles that has this thick, savory, and fragrant sauce.