The restaurant itself is a bit cramped, but nothing too bad. The house rose is good and a good value. The food's presentation was nice (I had crispy noodles with beef, porc and seafood), but the sauce was clearly from a bottle rather than made on the spot. It tasted artificial and was made "enjoyable" via liberal doses of (excellent) pepper paste and soy sauce.
All in all, you don't really feel that you're getting indonesian food, but rather below-average chinese...
I'm not going back, though the service was nice. They need to up their game on preparing the food.
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