An authentic Indonesian restaurant in Springvale. We ordered ‘bubur ayam’ (chicken porridge). The portion size is decent and the toppings are generous. The flavour is a bit subdued. However, one important thing about this restaurant is the price. It’s very friendly to the wallet. It’s something that is very rare in today’s standard. It’s highly appreciated.
Wilfred Edmund Lee
Place has re-opened again, wooohoo. attached new photos
One of best padang food in melbourne. Beef rendang was tasty, juicy, and tender. Beef lungs was fried with lightly coated batter so every bite was crispy and a bit chewy inside which it’s to my liking 🤪. then, the aroma and taste from the rice that lightly bath with jackfruit curry was ........... gosh i am hungry again 😋😋😋😋
oh yes!!! batagor also recommend to try too
Love how fragrant the rice is here and infused with lemongrass. The meat is so soft and tender. The sweetness of the crispy potato and honey is great and compliments the soft diced potatoes and beans on the side
This is by far, a fantastic Indonesia theme restaurant!
So authentic, delicious, various, and will definitely bring the Indonesian experience. You will have "warteg"- styles menus, with a lot of surprise. Padang, bakso, Iga, Ketoprak, just name it. The place is not a fancy one, but still comfortable. For the price, it varies, but mostly 15. The only thing you need to note is, they are close at 6. So, make your time!
Aaad, of course, it is Halal!
Naufan Nurrosyid P
The food is tasty and value for money. Need to improve on the cleaniness as some of the bowls are oily when we get it. Chefs should cover their head when cooking to avoid hair falling as I saw a hair 3/4 way finishing my meal 🤨. Ambience is nice and nice size to bring a pram in. Accept cash & card. Serve halal food.