Beautiful traditional woodwork and sombre lighting will make you forget that you’re in the city. The menu is filled with wellmade traditional Indonesian cuisine and is the perfect place for a family celebration or an intimate meal for two.
Although the menu is filled with many Indonesian delights, make sure to check the fish section as it is based on what is fresh—and after choosing, you will get a delicious fusion fish dish to satisfy your taste buds. This busy restaurant can fill up during weekends or during holidays, so do book ahead.
• Order the dengdeng batokok for a classic Sumatran dish of
air-dried beef with a traditional relish)
• Then try the roast duck served with mangosteen and served
with a curry sauce
• If duck isn’t your thing, try the orak-arik ayam pare, which is a traditional stir-fried chicken dish; finish with onde-onde if you want to end on a locally inspired note
Es Tiga Warna
Orak-arik Ayam Pare