We ate at this Indonesian restaurant in the flower market about 10 years ago and loved it. We had rijstaffel which consisted of about 20 small dishes of increasingly hot and spicy food. This small eatery was owned by a mother and her young daughter. Well, now Mom has retired and the daughter seems to be in charge. She also waited on us today at lunch time when we returned with another couple (my sister and brother-in-law). Two of us had rijstaffel and two had other dishes. The rijstaffel was 9 dishes (about half as many as 10 years ago) and not nearly as hot and spicy as we remembered it. I had nasi goren which is rice with meat and vegetables mixed in. The two who had rijstaffel thought it was very good, but not hot and spicy enough. My nasi goren was a mountain of way too much rice with 3 medium-sized shrimp and 3 small pieces of chicken hiding underneath the rice. The bill for the 4 of us was over USD$100 (in euros, of course), which to me is a lot for lunch like this. In my case, 90% of my meal was rice. However, the food was tasty. Isabella, the daughter I mentioned above, is now all grown up and very charming. She takes time to schmooze with each table, which is nice if you are not the table being ignored while she does her schmooIng at another table. The restaurant is just what you would expect of an Asian restaurant in terms of the ambience. This restaurant is open daily from noon. We went on a Sunday when many restaurants are closed. They have 3 outside tables in good weather.
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