A photograph showing the very popular Indonesian and Malaysian dish of Chicken Lalapan or Ayam Lalapan in the local dialect. Considered by many to be one of the most typical of native cuisine in Indonesia and Malaysia. Grilled or fried chicken with a delicious dark sauce, served with a set of rice and a raw salad of cabbage, cucumber etc on the side. The term Lalab or lalap refers to a Sundanese raw vegetable salad served with a special local chilli sauce named sambal terasi. It originated from West Java, Indonesia. Very common street fare sold widely in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Borneo; popular with the locals and tourists alike. Taken in natural day lighting, on wood table. Travels and street food photography, asia destinations.