I'd love to go back to Borobudur. It definately has its place in my heart and it's one of the most mesmerizing, peaceful places I've been to. Just the sheer fact that I could stay a night WITHIN the boundary of 9th century Buddhist Temple was pretty cool. Location of restaurant was awesome, allowing me to taste food and the scenery at the same time.
Foods, though. Nah, don't expect much. A bedoom hygiene was not satisfying and looked very dated. But I guess most guests (who voluntarily travel to the area) in the Borobudur know what they might or might not get. So just don't expect luxurious expereince as Manohara seems to demonstrate on its website--because it's different than what it looks like on the website.
But I still think it's a worth stay and I would like to recommend to some of my friends if they ask my opinion.More