Local-style Chinese fish house
Jl Kemurah 30A, Ende
T: (0381) 21 921
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Hungry travellers can pick up prawn, fish and chicken dishes as well as numerous incarnations of fried rice and noodles, plus soto ayam for 25,000 rupiah.
A bit unusually for predominantly Muslim Ende, many pork specialties are on the menu, including sate, fried rice and sweet-and-sour stir-fried pork.
Just about every main on the menu is priced at 50,000 rupiah, which is at the least a way to keep calculations simple. Large bottles of Bintang go for 30,000 rupiah, while there's even a banana pancake to soothe your inner backpacker for 25,000.
As is always the case in Ende, try to go early -- the door gets locked around 20:30. They stock a dizzying array of Popsicles and other mass-market ice cream treats if you're feeling a bit parched. The sambal it available for sale -- we bought four jars of the stuff.
By Stuart McDonald
Last updated on 25th May, 2014.