Indonesian food is one of the most popular foods in the world, which is why there are many restaurants in the world that serve Indonesian cuisine which has a special taste of spices from Indonesia. That particular taste is what makes many foreign tourists both at home and abroad addicted to enjoying Indonesian food with its distinctive taste. One of the countries that have opened many Indonesian restaurants with typical Indonesian food is the Netherlands, precisely in Amsterdam. Where are the restaurants in the Amsterdam area? Here we recommend 5 of the best Indonesian restaurants in Amsterdam.
- Blauw Restaurant
Blauw restaurant is often touted as one of the best Indonesian restaurants in Amsterdam. Located in Amstelveenseweg, this restaurant serves rijstaffel or menus that contain dozens of Indonesian specialties food in small portions or ala carte menus as usual. Its modern interior makes Blauw a favorite place for local customers to hang out while taking photos. This restaurant also has a digital “Polaroid Guy” so you can take pictures at night, and you can download it for free from the website the next day.
+31 20 675 5000
Open: Monday-Thursday 6-10.30 pm, Friday 6-11 pm, Saturday 5-11 pm, Sunday 5-10.30 pm
- Sampurna Restaurant
Sampurna Restaurant is right in the center of town. This restaurant is not far from the crowded flower market, so it becomes the right choice after a tiring day of shopping.
Unlike Blauw, which is mostly visited by local customers, Sampurna has several tourists who come to visit. The food in this restaurant is also delicious and not as expensive as thought. The restaurant, which has been around for 25 years, is of course believed to be of quality.
+31 20 625 3264
Open: Every day from 12 noon
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- Tempoe Doeloe restaurant
The restaurant starts from a simple shop with a bottle or two of wine and some local guests. Tempoe Doloe began to develop until finally serving Indonesian specialties. Tempo Doloe in Amsterdam is known for its quality food and the atmosphere of a classic, warm and charming place. Tempoe Doloe serves fresh and authentic Indonesian cuisine prepared with love to customers. Not only that, chili is also known to be very spicy here.
+31 20 625 6718
Open: Monday-Saturday 6-11.30 pm
- Jun’s Restaurant
Jun is a typical Indonesian newcomer restaurant located on the edge of downtown Amsterdam, near the Joordan area. The restaurant is set in an old building that has been renovated by an Indonesian cook who lives around the area. This restaurant prepares authentic Indonesian dishes such as soto ayam and rendang. There are also new dishes that are inspired by Indonesian cuisine. Not only that, this restaurant changes the menu every three months. Here you can ask for extra chili if you want your food super spicy.
Frederik Hendrikstraat 98
+31 20 785 9185
Open: Monday-Saturday 6-10.30pm, Sunday 5.30-10.30pm
- Sari Citra Restaurant
Sari Citra has been in the Amsterdam neighborhood since 1996. Sari Citra serves local residents by serving traditional Indonesian food from snacks such as layer cakes to solid foods such as rice rames or noodles, chicken satay, and Gado-gado. Located just a few hundred meters from Albert Cuypmarkt, this place is suitable for relaxing while enjoying traditional Indonesian food. The food menu at Sari Citra offers savory to super spicy dishes.
Ferdinand Bolstraat 52
+31 20 675 4102
Open: Monday-Saturday 2-9 pm, Sunday 3-9 pm
So, have you made an agenda and decided which restaurants you choose when you visit Amsterdam?