We heard about this place from a few friends and wanted to check it out.
So we are new to Indonesian Food. Our thoughts were that this would be similar to Malay food & we were quite surprised how wrong we were.
The food is definitely different, the drinks too. So you have to try it to understand what we actually mean.
As were were there during the weekend dinner time parking was a bit tough.
Food was recommended to us by the very friendly staff. (It’s on the 1st floor btw), if the stairs gives you nightmare you could use the elevator 🙂
Okay now the food – we had one ayam bakar type set and one ayam golek set. The pictures speak for themselves. We had some type of tofu soup for starters. As for the drinks we had the timun juice which was good and the famous sosro – a type of sweetened bottled teh oh – weird yes? :), but was unique and tasty.
Ayam bakar set was pretty good and so was the ayam golek. For us i think the sambal was simply too good. Btw Indonesian food comes with all types of sambal sauce and this is where its different. You have varieties and it goes very well with the rice I must say. So unlike malay or indian food dont expect gulai or kari kepala ikan with the main course. You’re supposed to mix the tempe tofu sambal and rice each time you put a scoop in your mouth.
Price was reasonable for the food served and the portion was decent. We paid a total of RM63 for starters, main course & 2 drinks. I would probably go again to try something else.
Till next time! Love to hear your thoughts and other recommendations.