I was in Old Town Sacramento last week with my partner who was attending a conference ar a nearby hotel. After checking out most of the shops, I found this little Indonesian-Chinese fusion restaurant at 1100 Front Street, across the street from the main commercial area and about halfway between the railroad depot and the old one-room schoolhouse museum. It looked like a chummy place, the menu was posted outside, and the price was right.
I chose Cap Cay - white meat chicken, sliced beef, shrimp and a truckload of veggies marinated in house-made ginger garlic sauce, stir-fried and served over rice. I ordered and paid at the counter and the gentleman said “you can go ahead and take a seat anywhere and we'll bring it to you.” My lunch arrived a few minutes later. It was served on a cute square plate, and it was ʻono (delicious). Most entrées are $8.99 and can be prepared without meat - the menu states that that they can arrange preparation of menu items for their vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free customers. A variety of side dishes, appetizers, sodas and juices are available; no beer or wine. The restaurant is small (6 tables), friendly and clean. Hours are 11:30-6:30 every day. I highly recommend this place and would definitely go back.