Indonesian cuisine is a collection of various regional culinary traditions that formed the archipelagic nation of Indonesia.ndonesian cuisine varies greatly by region and has many different influences.Sumatran cuisine, for example, often has Middle Eastern and Indian influences, featuring curried meat and vegetables such as gulai and curry, while Javanese cuisine is mostly indigenous, with some hint of Chinese influence. The cuisines of Eastern Indonesia are similar to Polynesian and Melanesian cuisine. Elements of Chinese cuisine can be seen in Indonesian cuisine: foods such as noodles, meat balls, and spring rolls have been completely assimilated.ndonesian dishes have rich flavours; most often described as savory, hot and spicy, and also combination of basic tastes such as sweet, salty, sour and bitter. (from Wikipedia)
Sari Ratu is one of the restaurants which is famed for their “Padang Food” is now located in the GVillage which is just next to Pappa Rich. Sari Ratu is one of the famous brands in Indonesia where they one can dine in comfort here. The restaurant comes with the clean setup with the aircond and wifi provided as well. The food here was fresh, authentic and tasty where I would give a double thumbs up. In here, diners can choose from the selection of the food which is placed in the glass case.
Ole-Ole Bali is one the great restaurant to visit where they are having 3 outlets in town where one in Sunway Pyramid, D Pulze Shopping Centre and Empire Shopping Gallery in Subang Jaya. And like what the theme say “LIKE AN EPIC, A MOVIE LIKE EAT PRAY LOVE WE FELL IN LOVE WITH BALI WHERE FOOD, MARVELLOUS AMBIENCE, IMPECCABLE!” ; here goes our great meal here at Ole Ole Bali!. From a small family business to be a successful business with 3 outlets, you will of course assured yourself with good food. Bringing you with the Balinese delight, Ole Ole Bali is indeed haven disappoint me with their food.
The chic Malay-Indonesian restaurant, and the care shows in their dedication to preparing delicious meat, vegetable and seafood dishes with the freshest of ingredients. Their highly skilled chefs create rich natural flavours by using only the best ingredients mixed with traditional cooking processes, without adding any MSG. The attention to detail shows through even in their sauces – there are at least seven varieties of sambal and chilli alone.
Located at The Strand, The Uma brings you with the taste of Balianese here and another one is The Waterlily which I known of. The Uma offer an extended Balinese menu manned by the chef & owner- Yau Chan who have spent most of his years working in Indonesia previously. He pursued his dreams by opening The Uma’s doors to public 3 years ago and his enthusiasm in bringing Bali’s recipes. Occupying 2 floor of the shoplots, they have the ground floor were arranged with table & chairs while the upper floor incorporated the comfortable Balinese interior which the patrons could opt to sit on the floor surrounded by the paddy field wallpaper.. it is indeed relaxing.