The archipelago nation of Indonesia offers an array of street foods that are extremely affordable as they are delicious. The Indonesian street food scene is a melting pot of spicy flavors and influences.
Martabak: Available in sweet and savory versions, this stuffed pancake or fried bread ranges from sweet chocolate and peanut fillings to savory meat and egg combinations. On average, this snack costs a little under 2 dollars.
Ikan Bakar: Grilled fish, often cooked with a banana leaf over charcoal, is a staple dinner item on many Indonesian streets. As fish costs a little more, this is still exceptionally cheap at around $3.50.
Both of these desserts cost around $1.50.