Two of us enjoyed dinner at Tasik this week and the experience was lovely. We had service with a smile and the setting was cozy and personal.
Having lived in Indonesia I am aware of what the authentic dishes taste like, and the food came close enough that I was happy with my meal.
We had the Daging Endang (beef dish) that was full of flavor and very tender, Sate Ayam (chicken satay) with delicious peanut sauce, Tempe (soybean dish) which had as much tofu as it did tempeh, and Nasi Goreng Kambing (lamb fried rice) which was also very good but steamed rice would have been a better choice.
There was plenty of food left to take home.
I was disappointed with two things here:
The lack of vegetable dishes. Indonesians have a great way with green veggies and it was disappointing to note the limited options at Tasik
The lack of choice on the dessert menu. Indonesian sweet are something I regularly crave and although very full from my meal I still wished to have dessert. The only things on the menu were the iced desserts and as it was a very cold night we chose to go without.
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