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Dapoer Podjok, Senayan City, South Jakarta

Talking about Indonesian food, of course we do have unlimited spot to go in town. Either at malls or all around downtown city. Now i'd like to mention one of Indonesian restaurant at Senayan City mall. It is called Dapoer Podjok.




It is located at lower ground floor. From front side you could see huge letter signage up of the restaurant. Actually this place has lovely theme with classic betawi style, then very beautiful floor around. You would see various colors and pretty pattern.





I ordered two main courses here. First came out is "Nasi Goreng Kampung" which means village or traditional fried rice. Traditional here is mean in Indonesian style. What surprise it is really huge plate of fried rice.



Too bad, rice is kinda wet though, it taste too much water while cooking it i assume. Overall it is quite good seasoning but i only could find alot of shredded eggs and vegies. I expected Indonesian typical fried rice should have chicken slices but none here.

For the next dish was a "Lontong Cap Gomeh" it is rice cake in coconut soup with spices. It also served in huge bowl for a person. Another problem here, i think they should fixed up how to make good seasoning. Different with the fried rice, this one is under seasoning. Even though thick yellow color, but i couldn't taste good enough of it.



They sure have good concept of Indonesian food, nice food presentation and beautiful place. One thing they should do better is making a good seasoning i think. For quite high price since we know it is typical Indonesian food which is you could eat any eateries somewhere, but it is fair enough for portion they serve though.
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