This restaurant is deceptively large, with attractive gardens and ponds separating the many eating locations. Not sure why they interspersed some plastic plants amongst the real ones; but the effect is certainly lush and tropical. There is a full range of seating options from Western tables and chairs to seating platforms. Lovely Indonesian food and many families with young children were dining in the evening that I was there. If you don’t want to eat with your hands you can ask for a spoon and fork. You do need to tolerate some chili but no dishes were too hot and you can choose how much sambal to add. Well worth a visit for a taste of the real Indonesia.
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