We had dinner in Lae Lae and the food was great.
When we entered the restaurant we realised that it was very popular with the locals in Makassar. No tourist menu so it would be handy if you know some elemental bahasa words.
The waiter was serious but helpful.
We ordered Kang Kung (fried green vegetables similar to Morning Glory in Thailand), grilled fish and prawns which came with boiled rice. Everything was delicious.
Price was very good but it is hard to calculate beforehand because it depends on the type and size of fish ordered and it is a little bit difficult to comunicate if you don´t speak bahasa.
We would probably eat there again if back in Makassar.
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