near Jardin de Luxembuorg nice simple place with good food and price-worthy aswell as little rough but not real undriendly server
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I was very happy to find an Indonesian restaurant on one of my walks through Paris. As a vegan, there were only a few items I was able to order, but they were very good and authentic, the way I would make them myself. I...More
Maybe we are wrong because come for 20 people without reserve. But finally we ate in there By the way we came from indonesia so expect maybe we get some hospitality but the waitress underestimate us.. so annoying... The food so good and so "indonesia"
Good service from friendly staff. Food was authentic and the Redang was particularly good. Well worth a visit if you are in that part of town.
We came in and was treated with utmost rudeness unworthy of explaining. The Nasi Goreng Ayam didn't have proper chicken and thus massively overpriced. We had wanted to move tables as it was close to the door and cold. The staff asked us to check...More
We visit d Indonesia Restaurant two times during our stay in Paris. The location is easy to find and close to odeon metrostation but also close to Luxembourg Gardens. The restaurant inside looks like a throwback to Java or Bali Resto. The staff is friendly...More
We were here on a Saturday and it was rather quiet. We ordered the Nasi Ayam goreng, nasi sate, nasi rendang. While waiting, we were served the prawn crackers and drinking water. The food were great and in big portion. It tastes as good as...More
A small discreet place which in the outside doesn't look like much. We had seen reviews which suggested it was very good but wondered whether we had made a good choice... The place was empty but a lot of the tables had 'reserved' signs. The...More
Nice Indonesian food. Try Soto, it taste exactly like how it tastes in Indonesia. Dessert is a must try one. Other menu was alright.
The food you get tastes very authentic in this family-operated restaurant. The waiter is very attentive and the meal was delicious. Try the caramelized banana in coconut cream for dessert - that alone was worth the visit.