Warung MJS

Asian Geographic - - Unique Dining Experience­s -

Set in­side a house built in 1959, this clas­sic, unique restau­rant is tucked away from the main streets, and fea­tures a wide se­lec­tion of mouth-wa­ter­ing Ja­vanese dishes. Its whim­si­cal in­te­rior boasts an­tiques and tra­di­tional decor, in­clud­ing a spe­cial room for wayang (shadow pup­pets). Of­fer­ing a hum­ble, homely en­vi­ron­ment, the restau­rant gives you com­pli­men­tary drinks when you walk in, along­side crackers, ba­nanas, and valet park­ing. The Ayam Se­tan, or “chicken with devil’s hair” is a must-try, made with a tra­di­tional steam­ing method, ungkep. The lo­cal chicken is moist, fresh, and per­fect for lovers of spice.

AD­DRESS GET­TING THERE OPEN­ING HOURS PRICE RANGE Jalan Se­tiabudi Ten­gah no.11, Se­tiabudi, South Jakarta The best way to get here is by car. You can ei­ther hire a driver for the day, or hire a taxi 10AM–11PM daily ex­cept Sun­days, when they’re open 9AM–11PM USD3.50–9

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