This charming restaurant has found its niche by specializing in Batavian cuisine, a blend of Indonesian and Dutch food that emerged during the Dutch occupation of Indonesia many years ago. The dimly lit, rustic restaurant offers an intimate ambiance, which is further magnified by the strains of relaxing background music. If you are feeling adventurous, try the special items such as Ikan Bumbu Bali (fish served with thick spicy gravy), Oxtail Soup and Australian Blue Mussels, which are wonderfully spiced and cooked with coconut milk. Choose from either soft drinks or freshly squeezed fruit juices to accompany your meal.
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