Food – Indonesian


Seribu Sari - Semi Buffet Indonesian Dining A Pleasant Treat

Rendezvous Grand Hotel was much known for its nasi padang eatery which had been around since the 1950s, and I nearly forgotten that it has moved to Clarke Quay central after a revamp two years ago. The space has been taken up by the hotel’s own Seribu Sari, which means ‘thousand spices’ due to the variety of spices used in the classic dishes on its menu. Some of the older crowd of Hock Lock Kee never returned, but Seribu Sari have also found themselves somenew fans. I thought that their idea of an Indonesian high-tea is quite compelling. There......

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