After overspending at a number of tourist places, Sambal was a pleasant surprise. Very good appetizer platter and good main courses. Right next door to a gelato shop. I'd go back.
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Not at all disappointed by the food they serve, it's strict Indonesian but more a mix of indonesian, Thai and Surinamese. Perfect ! Overall again a nice experience, and recommendable to people who like to try and are interested in different cultures and food! Ruby,...More
We were a little early for the Saturday night bbq, but we're still able to sample the chicken, beef and pork Sate. Also tried the Indonesian food and it was good, but ask for the hot pepper sauce and it's then great. Owner was more...More
Local place in a square with tables set up and three restaurants right around it and a few others nearby. In the "suburbs" so definitely not on the usual tourist locations. The food seems to be authentic Indonesian and is fine.
indonesian food is outstanding . sate , rendang and soto are as well as nasi rames for us the best however the snacks are too good not to order
Great food and ambiance! Service with a smile, You will leave a happier person for sure, just watch out with the amount of Sambal you put in your food. You will feel it the next day!
If you love Indonesian food (like I do) and you've been deprived (like I have living in NYC), Sambal is worth a detour!
When we found out there were several Indonesian restaurants on Curacao we made a reservation at Tempo Doeloe only to be called the next day that the restaurant had been closed for good. We then made a reservation at Sambal and took a cab to...More
We returned to "Sambal" because we enjoyed the food tremendously. We ordered a vegetarian meal, and asked the cook to prepare it to her taste and especially spicy. We were not disappointed, it ended up with a multi taste of Thailand, Surinam and Indonesian. Since...More