Closed as owner has moved to Surabaya. No one knows if it will reopen. He left in late December early Jan.
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The staff is very helpful in giving us direction on where to go and see in Tana Toraja, but the food is just so so, somewhat below our expectation as it's rating is 4.
we ordered some fruit juices, but only 2 sorts are available. We asked food, but only chicken was available, no fish, no seafood, no meat. We ordered French fries, but they ware very hard, not to eat. So only once, not a second time
If you do not like adventure and do have concern of food hygiene but still would like to have a taste of Toraja, this is the place you come to. Mambo Restaurant is clean with fast WiFi, but the food serving is slow and the...More
Spotlessly clean, the food wholesome, fresh and hot. Essentially no decor, and seasoning is bland to mild on the dishes we ate. (The chicken satay and peanut sauce both seemed to lack seasoning).But they do have some reasonable veggie dishes (crispy tempeh, green beans)and give...More
A humble restaurant with great foods. The buffalo satay was extraordinaire! I thought that it would be tough but it just melt in your mouth.... So yummy! The pa'piong was also great. Prices were reasonable. Try Master juice which is a mix of Tamarello and...More
The food here was nice enough, but the place has the charm of a bus station waiting hall. We were the only customers that evening (off season, I guess) Staff was very friendly and we had the Torajan style vegetables, which were delicious. Buffalo was...More
We stopped in Rantepao for a few days while visiting the Toraja country. We tried a few local places and the inescapable Cafe Aras and finally ended up having dinner at the Mambo Restaurant. The staff is very friendly and explained the various dishes and...More
Mambo is the one of oldest restaurant in Toraja. The place very near to Rantepao City. This restaurant does not serve pork, so for muslim friends can come and east there. They serve satay kerbau, nasi goreng, mee goreng and they serve also Pa'piong. The...More