There are a plethora of items on the menu at this Indonesian restaurant that you’ll want to order for an iftar, like a big bowl of their bakwan campur (mixed meatball soup). It has a savory, clear broth with both glass and yellow noodles, and is topped with crispy fried wontons, stuffed tofu, and of course, beef meatballs. If you want a non-soup option, try the tender lamb satay, which comes with five pieces topped with peanut sauce and crushed peanuts. And make sure to order the es teler too - it’s a fruit cocktail mixed with different fruit, juice, and topped with milk, and is a perfect complement to a day of fasting.
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