The brains behind Warung Lele brand it as an authentic Indonesian food experience and not just a restaurant. They pride themselves on bringing many Indonesian gastronomic delights such as Tahu Telor and Sate Ayam. Come soak in true Indonesian hospitality and enjoy authentic Indonesian cuisine right in the heart of town. continue reading
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11:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 23:00
Open Till Late
Read the full review at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com/2010/11/warung-lele-restaurant.htmlBy the time we arrived for lunch at 1.10pm, many of their popular dishes had run out, like the curry chicken (ayam kalio) and fried beancurd with egg (tahu telor). Ah well, we learnt that day that you really need to get to the restaurant before 12.50pm for lunch.We had:1) Sate Ayam ($7.50 for 6 sticks)- thick chunky pieces of juicy chicken meat2) Ayam Bakar Bumbu Santan ($7.50) juicy cilandak homemade marinated BBQ chicken, drenched in a thick, paste-like sambal3) Sayur Lodeh ($7) - rich, creamy and full-bodied4) Sapi Lapis Surabaya ($8)- Jawa Timur style sliced dry beef rendang. This was just alright, not as fork-tender as I'd like, and a little dry on the inside. But the chili gravy was fantastic. continue reading
The set meal for each person is less than $10.However, for the package for 2-3 person is kind of too expensive as the fish was that fresh...And vegetables was not that delicious also.Portion for 2-3 is kind of not enough too.Will only visit when there is a simple client meeting to let them try on the indonesian food.This place is very crowded and u will need to wait for some time after placing order.But personally, I do not really like it. continue reading