Solo cultural can not be separated from its various delicious foods. Anyhow, some people, especially who come from outside of Solo region, often get surprised with the authentic taste of our meal which is commonly sweet, spicy and containing coconut milk as the ingredient such as Nasi Liwet. The other Solo traditional foods worth to try are Timlo Solo (clean soup with vegetable and chicken), Tengkleng (soup made from lamb bone), Selat Solo (salad with sweet brown sauce), etc. There also some snacks that you can bring home for your family such as Serabi (pancake-alike), Mandarin Cake, Intip, etc. Those foods can easily be found in several food court spots in Solo: Gladag Langen Bogan, Gede Market area, Keprabon, etc.
It should be noted since the majority of the populations are Muslim, pork and drinks containing alcohol are not commonly sold in every restaurant. There are only some places provide these menu.