When you sit under the glass roof or in a stunningly decorated room, you will immediately feel like you are part of a museum exhibition. The décor is classic colonial Indonesian and this is a truly beautiful restaurant and building.
This is a very respectable establishment, so remember to dress the part. Although they serve a few alcoholic beverages, this is not the kind of place to quaff beer as the food really takes centre stage. The menu itself is extensive, so don’t be afraid to ask the staff for help. There are also set menu options to help you with choosing. • Start with the complex nasi buketan, a combination of flavours involving steamed aromatic pandan rice served with a diced omelet, beef skewers, turmeric and fried chicken • Then go with a classic and order the iga bakar or rawon
genjaran done to signature standards • Fish lovers should try the ikan kerapu bakar with rich BBQ