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All reviews nasi campur cat fish catfish grilled banana porridge vegetable dishes crackers sambals indonesian food home cooking sweet drinks traditional ambience peanut sauce clean restaurant portions are small prawirotaman street open air
This is a no frills restaurant, we ordered almost everything on the menu. Portions are small but they were tasty and served family style. The fish head curry was delicious. Food you would expect when cooked at home.
This restaurant has a unique homecook, it is blending Kalimantan and Javanese taste in their menu called Nasi Campur. It contains rice, main menu, fried potatoes slices and spicy vegetables. If you order this, it will make you quite full.
The other unique menu is...More
He had dinner here and had a very nice meal, a couple of the options we wanted were finished but what we got was tasty.
The food served is traditional food what you can get on the street but served in a nice restaurant for...More
We’ve founded this restaurant on the tourist guide and there is a important question: why?
We don’t know why.
The food is tipical Indonesian food but the quality is bad. We’ve founded a long hair in the chips (close): it was a first signal about...More
We had some tasty Indonesian food here, but several things on the menu were not available and it limited the vegetarian options which were not extensive to begin with.
Probably could find a larger vegetarian choice elsewhere.
Was good value.
Located in Tirtodipuran, just across The famous Prawirotaman street, it’s very easy to get into Bu Ageng. I kept coming back every time I visit Jogja, and this time I visited twice in a row.
The Cat fish and durian-kopyor are my favourite. Even the...More