"Nasi goreng ini enak."
Translation:This fried rice is delicious.
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None of them do. The Indonesian language does not have an equivalent of the verb "to be".
EDIT FOR CORRECTION: Actually "adalah" and "ialah" are the closest equivalents of the verb "to be" in Indonesian. However, in simple sentences like this in which the only verb is "is" or another conjugation of "to be", the equivalent Indonesian sentence usually does not contain a verb.