Just like ole ole bali, they serve indonesian food, but provide a western menu as well. The fried platter (consists of beef & chicken satay, calamari, alfredo mushrooms, and french bread) was one of my favourite dishes for the day. The broccoli soup and thinly-sliced fried brinjal was pretty nice tasting too :) but sadly the same can't really be said for their creamy salmon pasta and portobello salad cause they were a lil funky. But overall I would say that the food served is worth trying. Oh! and the oreo cheese cake was delectable. Too bad they ran out of pavlova that day; it was their best selling dessert.
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