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Indonesian near Long Beach?

Heather May 3, 2000 03:05 PM

I'm looking for a decent Indonesian restaurant. Has anyone tried the place in Bellflower (on Bellflower Blvd) called "Indonesian Restaurant"?

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    Heather May 15, 2000 05:02 PM

    The place on Bellflower Blvd is called "Toko Rame" and serves Halal style Indonesian food. I ate there last week when I found that Susie's is closed on Mondays. I don't know much about Indonesian food to begin with, so any comments on the quality of food from me wouldn't be very trustworthy.

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      elisha May 4, 2000 06:19 AM

      I'd like to hear about a good Indonesian restaurant in LA. I have eaten at several places that aren't that good, and I love Indonedian food.

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        Pepper May 4, 2000 01:20 PM

        Los Angeles has a lot of pretty decent Indonesian restaurants, foremost among them Susie's Deli in Artesia (yummy Javanese dishes); Agung in Mid-Wilshire (spicy, very competent Padang-style dishes from Sumatra); Borobudur Garden (Javanese again) in San Gabriel and Sudi Mampir (homemade halal Javanese) in Van Nuys. Of the westside ones, Indo Cafe on Motor is the best: tasty martabak.

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          Heather May 4, 2000 06:29 PM

          Wow, you sure know you're Indonesian food! I want to try Susie's Deli, but am finding a listing for it in Tarzana instead of Artesia. Artesia is much closer to me, so if you're sure it's there could you please reply with a street name or more?

          Thanks a ton, Heather

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            Pepper May 5, 2000 02:40 AM

            Susie's Deli is at 12238 Artesia Blvd., Artesia, (562) 860-7272. Don't miss the definitive ayam pangang klaten, a frequent special of chicken fried with coconut cream and candlenuts.

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