It's a small, probably family run place with Indonesian food. The food is freshly prepared, portions are decent. Really worth going there!
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Very small restaurant serves traditional Indonesian restaurant - not rice table (rijsttafel). No alcohol available but the restart / bar next door will gladly serve you especially if you are sitting outside.
Happened to be near the hotel in Gravenstratt.ordered Nasir gore go kaming (lamb) and Nasir rames (chicken). Both tasteless and had lots of cut cucumbers and vegetables. Nasi Ames had boiled white rice with rice wafers and pieces of hard brown "biscuit' like savoury pieces....More
The staff was very lovely, but I really have to admit that I was not very happy with my dish. I had "Ketoprak" and it was very weird, it seemed to be all conservated and nothing made fresh, a very waterish peanut butter sauce and...More
If you are from Asia and you miss homecooked food this is the best place to be at. Soup is not oily. My walking tour guide recommended nasi kambing but I couldnt find it on the menu but I ended up with mie bakso. A...More
Small Indonesian restaurant with good food and friendly staff. Don't expect pizzazz, in food or atmosphere. All is simple and cozy, almost like mom or dad making lunch or dinner for you next door in the kitchen. Closes at eight, no alcohol served, modest prices.
Good Indonesian food for those who do not need rijstaffel. Simple, fast, friendly and economical. We order gado-2 and fried rice. Busy with fast turnover during our visit in one evening.
This hole in the wall is a true treasure if you like Indonesian food! A small setting with only 4 tables, a tiny bar and dito kitchen but MAN the food's good! Authentic, traditional Indonesian dishes made by the father and served by his wife...More