This paper explores eating out space by reading urban ingredients. The aim is to understand what characterizes eating out space in urban context. We conducted fieldwork and observing the physical and non-physical elements related to eating out space at Pancoran, Petak Sembilan, Gloria and Kalimati Alleys, Jakarta. Urban food legend, religion, community, supporting activities and traditional market are urban ingredients which characterize eating out space at Pancoran and give basic ideas of placemaking related to food. In this case, the community has a significant role in keeping or changing the elements of urban ingredients.
- Community, Food-related space, Urban ingredients, Culture