I don’t have any idea about Indonesian Cuisine and I’m very curious on what kind of food that Indonesia has to offer. After watching three films at Gateway Mall Cineplex, my wife and I agreed to satisfy our curiosity for Indonesian Cuisine. We went to Indonyaki in Maginhawa Street which is the only Indonesian Restaurant in the famous food haven of Quezon City.

Ayam Goreng Regular with sambal sauce (Php 150/half and Php 270/whole)
Garlic Sauce & Sambal Sauce

The Ayam Goreng (fried chicken) topped with kremes (deep fried rice flour), a house specialty, was good. The crispy kremes went well with the tender meat.

Seafood Bihon- Php120.00

Indonyaki’s Seafood Bihon looks like a typical Pinoy Pancit but the taste is really different. It was very delicious and addictive.

Indonyaki Rice- Php105.00

Indonyaki rice was basically fried rice tossed with some kecap manis (a thick, syrupy soy sauce) and was a little on the sweet side.

Now our curiosity for Indonesian food has been satisfied and I want to try more! 🙂


54 Maginhawa Street, UP Village, Quezon City


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