We ordered a half portion of the soto, consists of ketupat (steamed rice wrapped in coconut leaf), egg, perkedel kentang (fried mashed potato), and shredded chicken with very thick chicken broth. It was tasty but we still could not finish the entire portion. They also serve chicken satay and some traditional iced desserts, like es campur (mixed fruits with shredded ice and syrup).
You can choose to sit on the chair or lesehan (elevated floor) and see boats passing by the river.
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