Padas Porridge is a traditional food from Sambas, West Kalimantan. This porridge made from vegetables, beans, anchovies and mashed rice.
Chai Kue is one of the typical culinary chinese that way of making do with stir-fried and steamed. Chai Kue usually made from rice flour dough and mixed with sago / tapioca, which is filled with a variety of vegetables. Chai Kue cooked by steaming or frying. And chai cake is often found to have several variations of the contents. Namely chives, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, taro and beans. Each place has its own Khasan to. Different places certainly different flavors.
Bingka made from the ingredients such as flour, eggs, milk, sugar, and salt. bingke was baked with flower-shaped mold. There are various flavour of bingke such as Tapai, potato, pumpkin, pandan and much more.
Lempok Durian is a traditional food made from durian fruit and with a little bit of sugar. Lempok durian is one of favourite food in Pontianak
Pontianak has one a special food during Ramadan. There is Dried squid or called by "sotong pangkong". They named it because the squid is pounded or "pangkong" in Pontianak language before they served it.
This food was made from dried squid and burned with charcoal, after being burned the squid or cuttlefish pulverized using a hammer so the taste will be tasteful and tasty. Sotong Pangkong flavor is very tasteful and the processing was unique. Every Ramadan in Merdeka Street we will found many of street vendors serving Sotong Pangkong. Sotong Pangkong taste delicious when eaten with chilli sauce and vinegar to taste mixes, savory salty, and spicy.
Tempoyak are foods derived from fermented Durian. Tempoyak is a Pontianak traditional food usually served as a side dish while eating rice. Tempoyak can also be eaten directly, but people rarely do that, because many people can not stand with to the acidity and smell of tempoyak. Tempoyak also can use as seasoning.