First, this seems to be the only surviving Indonesian restaurant in the city (there's a food booth at the Kingsland Farmers Market called Kaffir Lime, but they're only open 4 days a week during the day and never for dinner), but thank heavens, they're authentic. Being from an indonesian heritage myself, I was relieved that the flavours and the tastes were there. The Rendang was excellent, and that's my measure of any Indonesian place. All of the other dishes had the right amount of heat. Buuut... it's in a really odd location of town, and it's not easy to find, especially as for some weird reason it's combined with an indian sweet resto as well. Also, the place could use a little sprucing up a bit... as it's a good indonesian resto but feels a bit like a greasy spoon.
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