This restaurant opened in January 2017 and I've eaten there twice in the past week, drawn back for the second time based on the flavours, presentation and pricing of the food.
The Chinese lady who owns and manages the restaurant is very attentive and informative regarding the dishes on offer. There are more pete pete (stinky bean) offerings than I have ever seen before.
It is great for a simple nasi goreng (20,000 Rp to 25,000 Rp) and the tofu dishes (22,000 Rp to 27,000 Rp) are also very very good.
The menu is quite extensive and includes Chinese classic and somewhat unfamiliar dishes that include seafood (live crabs) as well as chicken and beef.
There is outside seating available as well as comfortable inside tables and chairs.
The kitchen area is located at the front, in full view of patrons.
I'm looking forward to my third visit and would suggest that this little gem is worth hunting out - you wont be disappointed.
PS - Google maps still show the address as being an Aquarium (former business at this address)
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