Tacoma, New South Wales, Australia
September 27, 2005
The place is obviously popular with a number of tourists, judging from the number of photos adorning the building’s bamboo structure. There is no full-height walls, just low ones with large openings to allow you to people-watch and amuse yourself.
The dress code is casual and the atmosphere is very laid-back and casual – walk in off the street and pull up a seat. You may even get hassled by sellers of CDs and the likes, all adding to the experience.
The meals are of a regular size and taste great. Mix that with a Bintang beer or two and you have the best lunch.
They prepare and serve mainly traditional Indonesian food, but also have a variety of Western dishes available.
Other contact details:
Mobile – 081 647 23204
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nasi Goren is good.
The jaffles, or toasted sandwiches, are good, and you can get them in a variety of flavours.
The seafood cocktail isn’t bad either.
Indication of prices:
The Seafood Cocktail – 25,000 Rapah (A$3.50)
The Jaffles – about 24,000 Rapah (A$3.50)
Small Bintang – 9,000 Rapah (A$1.20).
From journal Bali: Even Better the Second Time Around