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This friendly Indonesian restaurant isn't much bigger than a walk-in closet. Painted white brick, an Indonesian doll, a painting and a mask make up the minimal decor. But flavors are bold and authentic, a tribute to Jakarta's popular street food. The menu includes meatball soup with noodles, steamed vegetables with peanut sauce and fish balls, and several satays of chicken, beef, pork, lamb, seafood, shrimp, vegetable and tofu.