This Bakso Stall At City Plaza Serves Authentic And Chunky Indonesian Meatballs With Soup!

A hidden gem in City Plaza, Waroeng Bakso has huge and juicy Indonesian meatballs that attract snaking queues every weekend. Traditionally known as an Indonesian dish, bakso is an Indonesian meatball that is typically served with noodles and soup.


Waroeng Bakso At City Plaza Has XL Indonesian Meatballs

Photo: @xyberlia (Instagram)
Photo: @xyberlia (Instagram)

Unlike your usual Bak Chor Mee (BCM) meatballs that are smaller than the accompanying fishballs in the noodle dish, the bakso stands out for how big each meatball can be. Serving only their signature XL beef balls on the weekend, the stall dishes out delicious bowls of bakso all week long to many Indonesian patrons looking to indulge in a taste of home.

Authentic Indonesian Fare

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The simplest bowl of bakso you can get here is the Bakso Urat ($8), which comes with three thick beef balls. For a spicier meal, try the Bakso Corona ($10)instead, which features plenty of chilli in the soupy dish.

Head down to Waroeng Bakso for authentic Indonesian fare today!

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