FYI: as a non-Indonesian, I wouldn't be able to differentiate what is authentic cuisine or not. That said however, it is very well-known among my Indonesian friends and we drop by the store every single time we do a quick overnight trip to Bogor.
Personally, I love the flavors of the Soto in this particular shop. The saltiness and tanginess of the soup is just so well-blended that flavors just burst in every bite. Match it with a mango smoothie and it's pretty much an iconic Bogor lunch for me.
This store is newly revamped, but it's still pretty much the typical open air warung in a ruko. I do find it to be much cleaner than it used to be.While the shop has redesigned its interior, i would not expect for people to consider it 'instagram-worthy'. That said, while you don't pay for ambiance, the taste of the meal is definitely worth it. I've been there a handful of times the past two years (as I said, every single time I go to Bogor), the consistency of their quality is pretty impressive.
Whether or not you are an expert on Indonesian cuisine or it's your first local dish, I say that this place is definitely worth a visit.
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