Indonesian Food via Cinq a Sept at Quince
Just back from Quince. The modest prices ($5) also apply to beers, wines, and sangria. We had one each of the five apps, a sort mini-rijstaffel.
Rempeh (beef coconut balls)
Sambal daging (crispy tamarind lamb)
Dutch poutine (spicy braised beef, peanut sauce, Monforte cheese curd).
Well worth the trip, and price. We had seconds on poutine and lamb, plus three beers, for $56.50 (plus tip).for two. If you want veggies, there are sides available, including rapini,
For those of us who can wait, Novotel Vaughan will serve special Indonesian dinner on Aug 25.
I have no commercial interest in Novotel or association with the Indonesian consulate.