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This place was recommended by a friend in Canada. It was neatly empty so service was attentive. My partner enjoyed an Indonesian beer, our guest a bitter lemon, new to me, so the cola seemed a cop out. Rijsttafel was too much for lunch so...More
We wanted to try some Indonesian food and our concierge recommended this place. Got a reservation for 6:30pm. When we got there, the restaurant was pretty quiet, but then it really picked up around 7:30pm and by then, the restaurant was packed.
Staff greeted us...More
We went there twice. The first one we were turned down as the restaurant is full house and will only have table after 9.30pm. So we came back again the next day at almost 10.30pm, lucky we've been there just before they close the kitchen....More
This restaurant gets quite busy so worth booking. It sells Indonesian food with a Dutch twist. Nice decor and a good atmosphere. As a vegetarian, Amsterdam can be a bit tricky with excessive amounts of ham and very few options other than cheese. So it...More
This is a cosy little restaurant by the flower market. The food is superb. My husband and I already eaten the rice plates and other Indonesian restaurants so tried the a la carte. The grilled mackerel in a Bana leaf was superb and so was...More
You are forewarned that Indonesian food is usually very spicy. With this in mind, Sampurna is a good place to try this out. It is centrally located and is very popular. Do not go without a reservation. We had the rice table which allows you...More
Incredible spices wonderful tasing fresh food I have been to a few indonesian restaurants but this has been the best so far , waitress was way overworked be the only one in a busy restaurant but I guess it's cheaper for the restaurant
I decided to sit inside a restaurabt for lunch. A friendly waiter greeted me and brought me the lunch menu. I preferred to eat something diffetent abd very fast he brought me another menue, where I immediately found what I wsnted. It was quick prepaired...More
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