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3-min walk from Exit F1, Causeway Bay MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
2915 7859
Opening Hours
Mon.-Sun. 10:00-23:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Certified Halal Food
Review (7)
Level2 2014-09-20
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We eat very often at and do take-outs from this place. Food is authentic and very tasty and spicy. However need more fresh vegetables.  Also need better cleaning all around serving and seating areas.  Serving baskets need a good clean scrub. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-15
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We went here on a recommendation from a friend and were very happy with our meal.Finding the place was a little difficult, but once we climbed the stairs to the small restaurant, we were welcomed in and given menus.  Surrounded by smiling faces, the Indonesian customers were all very happy to help us with our selection.We opted for ketoprak first.  The dish is sweet, spicy and flavoured with peanuts.  The noodles and tofu and other little treasures in it were exciting on the palate and it was a fantastic dish.The second dish we chose was ayam goreng kampung.  The countryside fried chicken came out a little under at first, but they instantly rectified the problem and the juicy chicken leg was crispy and moist.  Delicious with the selections of sambal and kecap, both dishes were winners.We would definitely go again and the little warung doesn't break the bank either.   continue reading
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I've not been to Java, so my exposure to Indonesian food is limited to what I've had in Bali (which is pretty awesome), and the Indo restaurants in HK, of which I've tried a few. This one seemed promising from the reviews, so we went exploring. The first couple of floors housed an Indian restaurant with "Malay" cuisine, a few other Indo Foto/Fax shops etc, so Warung Malang fit right into place. This place is mostly visited by the natives, but on the odd occasion you'll see others (like us) there for the food.This restaurant has a few more choices than the other nearby Indo restaurants and I had a hard time choosing what I wanted to try. We ended up with the Nasi Campur which was a great decision as it came with 5 accompanying dishes - curry chicken, beef rendang, deep fried bean curd, beans with veg, and a hard boiled egg covered in spicy sauce. Then came the Rujak Petis which was a vegetable salad (though it had pineapple, apple and pear slices in it) with shrimp paste, and we asked for it to be extra spicy, and boy did it pack a punch! It also have bean sprouts, green leafy beg, bean curd and 2 big rice curd - lontong. For those who need an explanation what rice curd is, it's like cheese curd, only that the softer-than-usual and sticky rice is packed into a ball shaped mass, with the water squeezed out of it, which then gives it a dense, moist and chewy texture. It was a novelty to me, but it was love at first sight, as this is the kind of texture I love in my carbs! (And got carried away and forgot to take a photo, but it really just looks like a dish with brown sauce all over it). Finally we had the lontong sate ayam, yup, more rice curd with chicken satay. I liked the sauce with the satay which isn't the peanuty kind like in thai restaurants, but a sweet soy sauce with some chili in it, but it was goo-ooo-ood, especially with the lontong as well.For desserts we had more sweet sticky rice dumplings - Lue Lupis which is not to be mixed up with Kue Lapis the layered cake, which was 2 very tasty pieces of glutinous rice with coconut flakes and a syrupy sauce over it. They ran out of a few other snacks that we wanted, or we would have stuffed ourselves with these yummy delicacies.The prices for some dishes weren't that cheap - $100 for 10 lamb satays and $80 for chicken, but the rest of the menu was priced at the $35-40 mark, and the snacks are a steal at $6-15 each. Fantastic meal at bargain price. continue reading
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Level4 2010-12-28
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私人會所式經營的印尼快餐, 誤打誤撞的跟著印尼人上樓, 發現此快餐店.是日坐了兩桌的印尼人客, 並沒有其他籍貫客人, 他們懂少少英語, 不過指手劃腳也可行! 一盤盤開放式的熱盤置於開放式廚房內, 方便點餐.是日只是貪得意試試看, 只點了一碟印尼參巴飯!什錦菜飯 - 每樣點少少, 想先試下手勢, 不過不失, 可惜冷了點! continue reading
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I crave for 'good' Indonesian food! So when i found this restaurant, i was more than thrilled!I started with es campur. I have had many es campur whilst in Indonesia and I have to say, this one is good but nothing is as good as the es campur in Indonesia. The es campur was deliciously sweet. It contained, grass jelly, cendol, palm seed, and jackfruit. The es campur in Indonesia has avocado, which makes it so SO much tastier. The es campur was refreshing and absolutely delicious! It was as good as the first time I had it.Being both Indonesians, we love our fried snacks. Bad for us but deliciously good. A and I both love jagung goreng (corn fritters) and tempe goreng (fried soy beans) so one of each. The jagung goreng was crunchy yet fluffy and had real corn which was deliciously scrumptious. I have missed good jagung goreng. The tempe goreng was a little cold but it was still yummy. Eaten with a bit of sambal and kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) it was perfect.A wanted to try the soto ayam, which is a yellow spicy soup with either vermicelli or rice, with chicken, hard-boiled eggs, potatoes and shallots. Tumeric is added as one of the ingredients to get that yellow chicken broth. The soto ayam was authentic – although I still think Mum’s better, it was still pretty good for those who love soto ayam. It was a tad salty for my liking as we didn’t have rice or vermicelli, but it was still delicious.Now, the famous bakso – there is something about Indonesian bakso that’s different. I can’t really explain it but it’s just different to the Chinese beef balls. We both didn’t want any noodles with it, just the bakso which includes, one bakso, one pangsit goreng (fried dumplings), and one stuffed tofu. Only ONE OF EACH! I was a little disappointed about the serving, just ONE bakso? However, the bakso was absolutely authentic and tasty. I love bakso and can eat at least half a dozen in one sitting, so imagine my disappointment when there was only one! The soup had a little too much msg for my liking, but otherwise, it reminded me of home!A and I did not stop there, we didn’t get a chance to eat ketoprak last time we were here, so wanted to try some. Ketoprak consists of lontong (steamed rice in banana leaf), tofu, sliced cabbage, vermicelli, sprouts, chips and sauce made from bean, brown sugar and chili. It’s usually a street food and very similar to gado-gado. The only difference is the ingredients they mix in the peanut sauce. We asked for spicy and indeed it was spicy. It was full of flavor and incredibly delicious. (Sorry photos is blurry – we both wanted to dig in!)read rest of entry: http://gastronomous.wordpress.com/2010/08/02/warung-malang-2/ continue reading
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