We visited Redjeki because it was listed as one of the better Indonesian restaurants, however due to circumstances we left feeling a bit disappointed (and poorer). As there were just two of us and one eats meat and the other is veggie, we were unable to order a Reistafel to share (we were looking forward to this), with all the various dishes and accompaniments. As a result we had to order from the a la carte menu at 20 Euros each and ended up with less than we hoped for. Not with regards to quantity, I hasten to add – far from it. If anything the portions are very generous, however the fried rice and noodles that accompanied the dishes were bland, dry and flavourless and so we left most of it. In any event, most rice and noodle accompaniments had traces of meat in it anyway, so choice is limited unless you are a carnivore.
Putting the food aside (if one can!), I must say it is possibly one of the most attractive venues around; vaguely reminiscent of a spa - soothing background music, minimalist Indonesian decor, gentle staff and a touch of perfume in the air. And it’s spacious -unlike the cramped Matties Restaurant down the road.
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