What are the table manners in Indonesia?
Table Manners. Dining etiquette for utensils. In Indonesia, spoons and forks are used (never knives), or no utensils at all (mainly in more traditional Muslim restaurants). If you need to cut things, use the side of your spoon first, then move on to the fork, if necessary (most foods already come precut).
Why do Indonesian eat with their hands?
First of all, mostly Indonesians use right hand (“muluk”) to eat food. They do that because they believe that food taste better eating with hands as well after eating usually they lick the fingers to show satisfaction of food taste.
What can you not eat in Indonesia?
11 Things Tourists Should Never Eat in IndonesiaIce cubes. If youve seen large blocks of ice cubes being transferred carelessly from trucks to vendors, youll understand the caution. Overly spicy sambal. Dubious raw food. Ridiculously cheap meals.Nov 15, 2017