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Original review on http://www.nahmj.com/2016/04/14/waroeng-kita-jakarta-at-south-quarter-indonesiaWaroeng Kita Jakarta is another restaurant located at the basement of South Quarter office towers. The first we tried among the handful of restaurant was the Do An Vietnamese Restaurant. And next was Waroeng Kita Jakarta restaurant. This is found in few other locations too.The design of the restaurant make me feel that it has the Indonesian Traditional Houses as the theme. The ambience is causal. On each table is a basket of keropok (Rp 19,000). Diners could pick and choose what they like and it would be included in the bill when diners check out.Our choice was the thick curls type which I thought it tasted like fish flavoured. This isn't the pure crispy type but a little chewy with some crisp in it.Waroeng Kita offers various Indonesian dishes to diners which include some rice, noodle, soup and salad. I like the part that Waroeng Kita provides 4 Chef Recommendation. This will help diners to decide and choose.We ordered a rice dish for sharing too, the Nasi Liwet (Rp 69,500). This is a Central Java Rijsttafel. Rijsttafel refers to rice cooked in coconut milk, chicken broth and spice. The rice is served with diced chicken liver, braised egg, braised tempeh (Tempeh is a fermented soy bean product), braised chicken in coconut milk and rice cracker.Gado Gado Longtong (Rp 31,500) a salad like dish was the other choice for sharing. This dish is also found in Singapore but served in a different manner. This dish has it with blanched spinach, corn, pear squash, mung bean sprout, tofu, snake beans, steamed rice cake and dressed in spicy peanut sauce as the salad dressing. On the side are were some sago crackers and bitter nut crackers.6 desserts were offered by Waroeng Kita Jakarta. We chose only the Poffertjes (Rp 22,500) though I very much want to order everything all on the menu. According to the menu description, it is a tradition Dutch Madeleine cooked in special poffertjes pan and dusted with icing sugar.It is interesting to see that they have the shaved ice as cold drinks. After scrutinising through the menu, I identified a cold drink with durian. I couldn't resist hence I ordered the Es Kopyor Duren (Rp 44,500). In it are coconut milk, coconut flesh, shaved ice and it is topped with durian compote. Lastly the pandanus syrup was drizzled over the ice. This dessert is lightly sweetened. Though durian was abundant but the aroma was weak. I could savour an artificial colouring which I detest.A western Java hot drink was the second drink we ordered, the Sekoteng (Rp 25,000). This is a ginger drink with palm sugar. In it, there are croutons, glutinous ball, "tangkwe", raisins, sliced palm fruit kernel, mung bean and roasted peanut.Lastly, some thoughts. NAHMJ felt that the food served at Waroeng Kita are very like the humble home-cooked. We like the casual ambience suitable for meal any time of the day.More reviews on http://www.nahmj.com/ Lanjutkan Membaca
(Ulasan di atas adalah pendapat pribadi dari seorang pengguna yang tidak mewakili pandangan OpenRice.)