The Dutch husband-wife team who run this restaurant produce four varieties of traditional rijstaffel, along with simpler fare, all of it attractively priced for such excellent flavors. Ten or more small dishes accompany white and fried rice, all of them distinct, though coconut and peanuts flavor more than one dish. We tried the Sumatran version, a steal at $28 per person, though you will be hard pressed to finish it. This featured two kinds of beef, shrimp in coconut sauce, a lovely chicken in a light peanut and coconut sauce, truly delicious eggplant--and much more. There is a somewhat less ample Java version, and also vegetarian and seafood rijstaffels. The wine and beer lists are good and not terribly expensive. Only alerts: the food is flavorful and much of it spicy ( though not terribly hot--a very nice red pepper sauce is included for those who crave more)--so not really for lovers of extremely subtle or blander flavors. We loved it. Also, no cocktail bar, if that's important. Very good service, pleasant atmosphere in a small space.
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