Indonesian in South Canal Belt

Indonesia had been in trade with many other Asian countries. As a result, Indonesian cuisine is a mix of their own cuisine and cuisines from India, China, the Middle East, and later, from the Spanish, Portuguese, and of course, the Dutch.

Indonesian restaurants in the city try to create the most authentic Indonesian atmosphere possible,with rattan furniture and walls. All the Indonesian staples from all the different regions of Indonesia are available for you to choose. From complex nasi-goreng and gado-gado to some plain and simple rice, indulge and wash it down with tea or coffee.