RM Rahayu

Small, gritty hawker centre

No pic at the moment -- Sorry!

What we say: 3.5 stars

This self-proclaimed 'culinary tourism' spot offers all the staple local dishes, as well as Chinese food, Japanese bento and more for lunch and dinner. With the food stalls set around the bamboo-clad courtyard, it's similar to a Singaporean hawker centre, but on a smaller and grittier scale. If you're really lucky, you may get to hear a live band playing sappy Indonesian love songs that sound like they have been delivered to you straight from the mid-1980s. The food is good, but the alto saxophone jam even better. A word of warning to those who don't speak Bahasa Indonesia: sate kuda means horse satay and sate kelinci means rabbit satay... and they aren't joking. Meals are around 7,000 to 12,000 rupiah.

Contact details
Corner of Jl Brigjen Slamet Riyadi and Jl Teuku Umar.

Photo gallery

Photo for

Jump to a destination