Proudly sharing our authentic Indonesian Halal Culinary journey in one of National Television in Indonesia, covered by national journalist here in Atlanta, Georgia.
Huge Thanks to Indo Bikers from around USA and Club of Harley Davidson of Indonesia whom had supported us this past Saturday, March 12, 2022.
We truly hope you enjoyed our authentic Indonesian halal cuisine, and has played part to ease you in missing our indigenous taste during your travel away ...
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- Farnaz BIt was our first time trying Indonesian food. It was awesome! The food is exactly like its pic on the menu (a super positive point if you are not familiar with their dishes). The owner is so kind, explaining to us which sauce is spicy, checking with us regularly to make sure we have everything we need. Great service! Another positive point about this restaurant is that they have clearly mentioned in their website (multiple times) that they serve halal meat unlike the other halal restaurants that you need to check lots of pages to make sure it is halal.
- Vee LFirst time at this place and we love it! The place has a very nice vibe! It is clean! Ambience is amazing! The wall decorations were beautiful! The chairs making me feel like I am siting on a throne! Lol The owners were super friendly! Their menus were picture menu and very descriptive which a big help as we don't know much about Indonesian food. We got their Siomay, Nasir Padang combo, and Bakmi Ayam Bakso. I believe they also give a small bowl of complementary soup. Double check with the spicy level when you order if you don't eat spicy food as the food we ordered are on the spicy side at least for me as I don't eat much spicy food. But everything was amazing! Super delicious! Will for sure stop by here again! It is a must try! I hope you love it as well!
SHDelicious and 98% authentic. Took 2% off for the spiciness. Been here 4 times and each time, it's a little less spicy. Had Gado Gado, Ayam Bakar Kecap and Tumis Terong Balado. While it was all delicious, I wish the spice level was more authentic. We asked for a side order of sambal and it was not spicy at all -- delicious but not spicy. The Balado sauce was also skimpy and not hot. Growing up eating Indonesian food, my mouth would be burning and was hoping for the same here. Several of the reviews mentioned that it was too spicy and I get that the owners had to make it less spicy to appeal to the general pop but maybe they can have a jar of sambal that was "Indonesian Hot" and serve it to those who request it kind of like Thai restaurants with the spice level of "Thai Hot". Maybe ask the patrons the level of spiciness they would like. I get that certain dishes cannot be made to a certain spice level e.g. rendang as it requires braising for several hours prior but many of the dishes ...