I like the starter 'potato chips' most. Sutiah can make hot or mild dishes at your choice. The sea food was excellent.
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Excellent traditional Indonesian food. Run by husband and wife who have a real passion for Indonesia and explaining the food and options. Menu in both French and English. Small but lovely...
We were looking for a restaurant in St Malo that served spicy food......and this was the one. The two "dodgy" earlier reviews caused some concern but we then realised they were suspicious, posted one day after another, similar symptoms, and coming from the same part...More
Despite being in a creperie and seafood area, stumbled upon this little jewel of a family run restaurant. Having done VSO in Malaysia I regularly whisk up stir fries in woks and make a mean satay and nasi goreng ...so I can say hand on...More
This restaurant, run by a husband and wife team, serves great Indonesian restaurant. My wife simply adors the kakhi kudak - the frogs leges - and the family staff are great fun as well as professional. The best foreign restaurant in St Malo if not...More
I visited this restaurant whils ton holiday in St Malo - what a disappointment. I ordered a Gadogado for starter - what came out was actually a plate of over-cooked vegetables - mainly cabbage and carrots and a small dish of satay sauce and i...More
This is the first review I have done on a restaurant and not for the right reasons! Being a vegetarian in France I struggle and welcomed the chance to have spicy food for a change. I travel Asia extensively with my job and love the...More
For all Dutch people who know Indonesian food very well, this is the Indonesian Restaurant in France to be. Food is delicious and you can speak real Bahasa Indonesia. English (Ingris), French (Francis) and Bahasa Indonesia no problem. Try the Lumpia, Gulai Kambing, Nasi Kuning,...More
I note a review from October 2008 and I'm delighted that this restaurant seems to be still there. In my view it is the only restaurant in France that understands chilli in all its varieties. Better for the Brits than the French but well worth...More
I have been to Le Javanais several times - no trip to Brittany is complete without a meal there! The food is absolutely delicious, and the menu huge. So many exciting, fragrant and spicy dishes to choose from, with various curries, noodles and rice dishes....More