Saoto Bathok Mbah Katro
Not far from the site of Sambisari Temple, there are several bamboo huts looking so conspicuous amongst the rice fields. That is the exact place where we can enjoy the tastiness of Saoto Bathok Mbah Katro. Saoto. is a term normally used to refer to soto in the region of Solo (as you have read in the beginning of this article, soto has a lot of names; in Makassar, for example, soto is called coto). The combination of remotely located compound far from the noisy town and the lovely rural atmosphere has made Saoto Bathok Mbah Katro the best option for breakfast in Kalasan. As the name suggests, Saoto Bathok Mbah Katro is served in a bathok-a bowl made out of coconut shell. Read the full review in www.yogyes.com/saoto-bathok-mbah-katro.