|Alternative names||Sega jamblang (Cirebonese or Javanese)|
|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||West Java|
|Serving temperature||hot or room temperature|
Nasi jamblang (Cirebonese: sega jamblang) is a typical food of Cirebon, West Java. The "jamblang" term comes from the name of the region to the west of the city of Cirebon, where food vendors first sold the dish. A characteristic feature of the dish is the usage of teak leaves to pack the rice. The dish is served buffet-style.
Nasi jamblang is a traditional Cirebonese food originally served to the forced labourers who built the Great Post Road from Anyer to Panarukan which passes through Cirebon Regency during the Dutch colonial era.
Dishes available usually include chili fries, tofu, vegetables, lung/liver/meat stews, satay, potatoes, fried scrambled eggs, stewed chili fish, salted fish, and tempeh. Coordinates: