We arrived shortly before 7.30 pm. There was seventies music playing in the background and two other patrons sitting at a table enjoying a drink. The restaurant itself has a strong Aussie flavour with the Australian channel playing on the TV and a whiteboard advertising forthcoming AFL matches. The menu itself looks so promising. A strong representation of both Western and Indonesian food. A 'specials' menu is on display. Also on display is a selection of Australian wines, all moderatly priced, compared to Jakarta. Our party of four were the only people eating at the restaurant at the time. We ordered a bottle of wine first while we selected our meals. The sparkling wine arrived as advertised, complete with two glasses but minus anyway to keep the bottle cold. Meals are ordered by writing your orders out yourself. Forty minutes later the first of the meals arrived, a 'Gourmet burger'. A word of warning, don't order. The bread roll has this unique combination of being frozen, yet stale, at the same time. The patty consists more of fill than meat and the salad seemed to have enjoyed the same heating process as the patty. Twenty minutes later, two other meals arrived. A hot pizza, dripping with oil but actually had a lot of cheese. The other meal was the Chicken Cordon Bleu, and was hot and seemed quite edible. As for the forth meal, pancakes, after waiting a further twenty minutes we cancelled the order and paid the bill.
All in all, we absolutely concur with the other reviews, don't go.
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