The trio to serenade the guests the whole night long.
Don't you just love the setting of the main dining lounge. The lighting and composition just makes one feel like noble member of the Indonesian colonial society attending a social gathering.
I left the ordering to my colleagues who have been here before.
Our first dish, the Sosis Om Yance - the amazing metre long chicken sausage. We also had the Otak Otak Meja which was delicious, but in my haste to sample this appetizer, I forgot to take any pictures.
I loved their mixed satay (beef and chicken). Tastily marinated, tender meat and grilled to perfection with peanut sauce toppings.
Something different, the cripy beef - but nothing to shout about.
The other main dishes we had include fried chicken, grilled fish, fried rice, fried noodles and vegetable.
And they have durian creme brulee for dessert. Yum!!!! Although the durian taste is not that strong, it is a good pick nevertheless. (you can also opt for the conventional vanilla creme brulee)
I'm normally not a fan of Indonesian food as I find it too oily/ too dry. But Kembang Goela is definitely worth a try for those of you in Jakarta. Food is reasonable priced for the quality of food and ambience. Bill came up to about RM100 pp.
Address:Plaza SentralJl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 47-48Jakarta, Sudirman
Tel. (62-21) 520 5651