No credit cards accepted. Ordered not spicy food, got it spicy. For the price too small portions. The taste was ok though, nothing special.
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After arriving at the Munichs Intl Airport and shortly being done with the check in @ Louis, my Gang (consist of 4 Adults n 3 Multi-Culti Kiddoz) took a ride to Maxvorstadt where Garuda is located. We took the Terrace area instead of dining inside...More
We went at a time when the restaurant was not at all crowded – about 20% full – and it took about 15 min to get my wife’s mai tai and ten minutes for me to get my Weißbier. This started a string of disappointments....More
I went to this resto in mid august this year with my family. The resto was opened exactly on 12 noon. Small place.I mean...it was only 10 tables inside and quite large yard outside served about 10 tables too. The toilet was clean. Food was...More
Food selection very limited (only 3 chicken dishes, 2 duck dishes and both included sweet & sour sauce), small portions, the chicken was rather dry and the ambiance of the restaurant is pretty shabby. For such an experience, I do not expect to pay 15...More
As a southeast Asian who has tried Indonesian food a few times, I find this place ok -- the food is not inedible but I find it doesn't pack a lot of punch in terms of flavour (not even in terms spice, just in terms...More
Very good indonesian food! I was so happy, to find a place, where u can eat indoneasian (and not just bami or nasi goreng). I would definitly go back there, when I have a chance. They have friendly stuff und the helped me find a...More
it's taste original indonesian food and its might be better taste than original. you should try rendang and fish dish.
I took the ricetable, 15 euro PP and I got Soto Ayam (chicken soup) as a starter, a loempia and than gado gado, exotic vegetable in coconutmilk and a beef dish. Including a white wine it was only 22 euro's and everything was very delicious....More