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Pagi sore

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After serving delicious Indonesian fare for the last more than twenty years, this lovely family restaurant has earned itself a place among the city's "culinary institutions"...


Accommodated in a restored shophouse in Chinatown's Far East Square, the restaurant boasts a modern-minimalist look, with wood parquet, white-washed walls and some traditional handcrafts... Ambience is fairly pleasant and even somewhat homey (it is a family restaurant, after all) and the food is simply superb... A great variety of authentic, delicious, Indonesian - Nasi Padang fare


Recommended dishes include: Ikan otah kukus (steamed Leather-jacket fish (with hardly any bones), marinated with Otah spice paste and coconut milk),  Ikan bakar Bali (grilled whole sea-bass, Balinese style),  Udang Pedas (stir-fried prawns with piquant sambal),  Cumi Bali (Balinese char-grilled squid in sweet & spicy sauce),  Ayam Bali (marinated and grilled boneless chicken, in sweet and spicy sauce),  Kambing Gulai (Indonesian style mutton curry)  and  Sayur Lodeh (vegetables curry), just to name a few...


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The restaurant is Halal-certified so they don't serve alcoholic drinks, but there are some lovely fresh juices to accompany the meal...


Prices are quite reasonable: SG$ 15 - 25 is normally enough for a decent a-la-carte dinner (unless you order one of the most expensive items)  

Open daily for lunch and dinner

88-90 Telok Ayer Street, Far East Square (on the corner of Cross Street)

Phone: 6225 6002