Quaint and cozy place for a great “pick-me-up” Nasi Goreng and Chicken Satay. Looking forward to a piece of spekkoek as desert
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During my last two visits to Amsterdam I wasn’t able to visit Sie Joe, so I wanted to remedy this situation. It was raining at the time of my lunchtime visit and I was the only western customer there. Sie Joe seems to be a...More
Phenomenal atmosphere in this tiny family run restaurant, with Indonesians sometimes gathering for a bite and a chat. The food, however, is average and quite expensive for what it is.
We peeked in here when looking for somewhere to eat on our first evening and I wanted to introduce my friend to Indonesian. It's a tiny place and looked to be full but we were ushered to the counter and quite happily say there overlooking...More
Very small restaurant serves traditional Indonesian restaurant - not rice table (rijsttafel). No alcohol available but the restart / bar next door will gladly serve you especially if you are sitting outside.
Happened to be near the hotel in Gravenstratt.ordered Nasir gore go kaming (lamb) and Nasir rames (chicken). Both tasteless and had lots of cut cucumbers and vegetables. Nasi Ames had boiled white rice with rice wafers and pieces of hard brown "biscuit' like savoury pieces....More
The staff was very lovely, but I really have to admit that I was not very happy with my dish. I had "Ketoprak" and it was very weird, it seemed to be all conservated and nothing made fresh, a very waterish peanut butter sauce and...More