Located right on Losari, the street was busy and parking could be problematic. However if you sit on the 2nd floor near the windows, you’ll feel the breeze and have ocean view with your meal. It’s not the best view of the ocean considering you’ll be looking at power lines outside the windows, but it was a different experience.
I ordered bakso campur, which consists of bakso halus (smooth), rough bakso, and some squares one. The soup was light and fresh, unlike some oily soup at other popular bakso places. The sambal was extremely hot (I use one small platter as provided). The rice cake (buras) was on smaller side, but they go perfectly with the bakso.
We also ordered juices, es kelapa and fried ubi. I immediately learned that ‘ubi’ there was not sweet potato but cassava :)
Everything on the menu was affordable. Food ranged from IDR 10 -30k, juice goes for IDR 10k and other drinks ranged from IDR 10-20k.
Total meal for 3 was IDR 110k, totally worth the taste, view and breeze.