Not knowing what we wanted for lunch, we stumbled across Sampurna restaurant. We all fancied Indonesian food and were pleased to find that the kitchen was still open for lunch at 2 pm. There was only one other table occupied. We ordered gado gado (vegetarian), satay ayam and another chicken dish. The waitress was very helpful when choosing our dishes. I had an enormous yearning for tjendol and even though it was on the dessert menu, she didn't mind serving it as a drink with my meal. We had asked if the chicken in the chicken dish was breast meat and were disappointed to find out that it wasn't, contrary to what we were told. The chicken in the satay was also of poor quality. All the flavours were great though and the tjendol is definitely recommendable.
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