Sie Joe resembles an American diner - people at the counter while the food is being prepared in front of them, in a small building with a few small tables.
The food is fantastic though, as it is really authentic Indonesian. It's cheap too - only Euro 7 or Euro 8 per plate. It was one of my lunchtime favourite.
It's tucked in a little corner just East of the Beurs van Berlage (between Central Station and the Dam) but it does get busy during lunchtime.
Favorite Dish: Some of my favourites here include the "Nasi Goreng Kambing" (Mutton fried rice), "Bami Tek Tek" (Stir Fried Noodles with cabbages and tomatoes) and the "Lontong Speciaal" (Rice cake with curry and vegetables).