Authentic food from different regions. Charming servers and wonderful traditional Indonesian dancing every night.
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Just happened to come across this restaurant. The waitresses were very friendly. We had a lovely meal, couldn't fault it. It was such a treat to get the traditional balinese dancing.
For the first time in my life I tried Indonesian cuisine and it was divine! Great food, authentic interior and traditional dance performances gave us a lot of emotions. Special thanks to the staff of the restaurant for the warm welcome and cozy atmosphere of...More
Interesting because you can try the Indonesian cuisine. Also, there is Indonesian traditional dancing every night. As far as the quality of the food goes, it is ok, but I would not rate it too high. The menu is quite restricted.
We had high hopes of this restaurant and are very familiar with Indonesian cuisine. Unfortunately the food was not as good as we'd hoped with the starter of otak-otak being tough and dry (shouldn't have expected much more as this is a Malaysian dish but...More
We stumbled into this restaurant whilst looking for a BnB and thank heavens we did. The wondrous hostess looked at our information, said "Oh! I know him." and called to save us. While waiting, we had dinner. The Indonesian food was tamed for us (we're...More
The restaurant has a large variety of dishes to choose. I repeated for two times. First time I ate a Cincang udang ayam ( shrimp and chicken balls) and a Nasi goreng. In my opinion I prefer Nasi goreng mixed and not separate ingredients but...More
On my second day visit to Genova I had late lunch at this Indonesian Restaurant in the middle of old Genova, surrounded by numerous focaccia places or kebab stalls. I tried two starters (actually I also wanted t have one soup, but they said they...More
Lovely friendly staff, however if experienced better especially Indonesian thia and vietnamise, theee was a dancer, very good however the music was blown out of tiny speakers far too loud, and twice within an hour.... there was no seat on the toilet. Faults yes but...More
I grew up with Indonesian foods and have recently come back from a recent trip in Indonesia. By chance I found this restaurant on facebook (wish I'd found it 10 years ago) and decided to take a 2-hour trip to Genoa just to taste the...More