It's in a 1960s house converted to a restaurant. The owner, who was walking around to greet customers, showed us around and the place a couple of rooms that can host a small party.
Service was quick. We had the fish head curry, grilled fish and of course chicken and nasi goreng. I would have want the curry to be a bit more spicy but it was very good anyway. The soup we had was the sotanghon and it was fantastic. The only glitch we had was the late arrival of the nasi goreng.
We will definitely go back. Good ambience, courteous service, authentic dishes, all reasonably priced, we will definitely go back.
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