Indonesian Street Food – Jakarta 2016 Indonesian street food is a collection of ready-to-eat meals, snacks, fruits and drinks sold by hawkers or vendors at warung food stalls or food carts. Street food in Indonesia is a diverse mix of local Indonesian, Chinese, and Dutch influences. Indonesian street food is usually cheap, offer a great variety of food of different tastes, and can be found on every corner of the city. Most Indonesian street food is affordable, with prices usually less than a US dollar (13,150.80 rupiah). However, there are also some street foods that are priced more than 20,000 rupiah (1.52 US dollar). Indonesian street food often colloquially called as kaki lima (Indonesian for “five-feet”) or jajanan kaki lima (“five-feet buys”), which refer to five foot way pedestrian sidewalks along the street that often occupied by street hawkers selling food.