I was surprised to find Nasi Goreng in Mount Tai (Taishan 泰山) at the Four Points Taian. It was good and really reasonably priced. I had it for room service at RMB 55 (that's US$8.50) ++. Not only does it has the Indonesian chilli but also the kropok (prawn crackers). Awesome!
Nasi Goreng translates to Fried Rice in Indonesian. It is originally from Indonesia and is commonly eaten as a hearty breakfast. On top of the fried rice, a fried egg and prawn crackers (Krupuk) are often added on the side. Indonesians love their fried rice with chili sauce or sambal. If you go to Jakarta or Bali for a business trip or vacation, you'll often find Nasi Goreng being served at the coffee house in your hotel or in the hotel's … more
Nasi goreng, literally meaning "fried rice" in Indonesian and Malay, can refer simply to fried pre-cooked rice, to a meal including fried rice accompanied with other items, or to a more complicated fried rice, typically spiced with tamarind and chilli and including other ingredients, particularly egg and prawns.