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 … see full wiki
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
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!