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Bali Nusa Indah Restaurant: NYC’s Only Indonesian Restaurant
The food here is very good and, by NYC’s pricing, inexpensive. Bring a big appetite because the servings are generous and filling.
We visit as a reminder of the rijsttafel we enjoyed in Amsterdam. Indonesia, once known as the Dutch East Indies, was, for 350 years, a Dutch colony. The resourceful Dutch imported this delicious cooking & serving method and made it their own.
The atmosphere is entertaining, with a traditional Balinese art decorating the walls. Service is fine.
Favorite Dish: Traditional Indonesian rijsttafel, $27; perkedel jagung, $4.95
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Bali Nusa: Feel like Indonesian?
Bali Nusa was actually a very nice place. The food was good, the portions just the right size, and it had a pleasant Indonesian "mom&pop" atmosphere. The restaurant is not huge, but it did have plenty of space and a full bar. Despite the food being good, it wasn't crowded at all, even on a Saturday night.
Favorite Dish: Try the "platter." You get a little bit of everything that way, and it was all tasty.
Bali Nusa: satays and fritters....
Favorite Dish: Lamb satay. Corn and shrimp fritters. Rendang Padang. Decent indonesian, so-so ambience, close to theater district.
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