Hot plate kangkong and fried oxtail are the best but very disappointed with the yellow rice set. The rice is too soft and soggy but they didn't even offer to cancel it. We order a couple of it and completely unable to eat them.
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Yesterday night we celebrated the wedding of my niece Lia with her newled husband Daren. The restaurant and it's rooms are great! The atmosphere was romantic. There were several rooms. Lia and Daren had an amazing night with all family and friends together! The food...More
Our business partner brought us to this fantastic restaurant! Ambient was nice.. Not very good in describing how good is the food. You got to be there to try the food, that's all I can tell you. Staff there is very friendly. I will definitely...More
If you want to experience a colonial ambiance and enjoy the 'Rijsttafel' (Indonesia-Dutch rice mix cuisine) then Kembang Goela is the place to go. Food is good and the atmosphere is excellence. One thing that I like much is the One Meter long of Sausage,...More
It's a good place for a business dinner with people who want to get to know the local cuisine (there are better and cheaper places though) beware of the expensive and not so good selection of wines. A life band is touring from one table...More
If you want a change from modernist design, this restaurant is beautifully decorated with Indonesian antiques and old photos. Elegant and classy atmosphere. Large menu of Indonesia specialties. Private rooms available for larger parties.
Housed in a colonial building at the back of an office block, it offers fare of mixed Indonesian and Dutch influence. The whole set up and food is of gd quality and service is of gd quality. Theres a music band playing during dinner and...More
Kembang Goela's location is a bit hidden: at a parking lot behind an old building. It's adjacent to McDonald's. What a contrast. The interior and ambience mimicks the old Indonesia (Java) during the colonial era. The food is also mixed from various parts of the...More
This restaurant is serving traditional cuisines, mostly from Java (Sundanese & Javanese). The ambient also sets to look like a traditional house with oldies furniture, ornaments and background music that sounds like from gramophone. We try some of foods and drinks : - Mauritje van...More