In the heart of historic Kota on Taman Fatahillah is Batavia,
an establishment barely changed since Dutch traders sipped coffee here in white
linen suits. The restaurant is housed in a tastefully renovated Dutch building. The
food is a triumph of form over content, but there is no better place to spend
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As cool as the curries are hot, this is one of Jakarta's most
sought after Indian restaurants. It's the ideal spot to watch the beautiful set
sweat into their prawn vindaloos.
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An attractive selection of dishes from around the archipelago,
a stunning decor that mixes traditional Indonesian flair with North African charm,
subdued lighting and tunes ranging from lazy to uplifting all make Lara Djonggrang
one of the most pleasant spots to dine in the city.
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