Indonesian food is on the other side of the culinary spectrum in Holland. It is the result of Dutch exportation and colonization and has its basis in the expression of the contemporary and exotic flavors that the colonies had to offer. Still today, Indonesian influences can be experienced in every nook and cranny of Holland, including the multitude of Oriental restaurants and shops.
Indonesian cooking is an exciting art that cannot simply be learned from eating the food, but requires an understanding of the principles on which Indonesian dishes were founded. True Indonesian cuisine requires careful schooling, time and patience, as well as a wide variety of exotic ingredients.
Our wines have been carefully selected to compliment the food on which you are about to feast. We hope you find both food and wine a delightfully exploring experience in Dutch Indonesian Cuisine.
Driving on the N12 towardsBenoni, take the Tom Jones Street turn-off into Benoni and continue until you reach the crossing with Woburn Avenue. Turn right and continue towards Russel Street where you turn right again. You will find the restaurant at number 38.