New Indonesian restaurant IndoChili now open on Zion Road

New Indonesian restaurant IndoChili, just opened on Zion Road.
Soon to be certified Halal, the restaurant counts Bistro du Vin and Peperoni Pizzeria as its neighbors and serves up Javanese, Balinese and Padangnese food. They even grind their own spices.
Sample dishes include charcoal-grilled sate madura chicken skewers ($7.80), their famed sop buntut (oxtail soup; $13.80) and spiced ikan bakar Bali, Balinese grilled red snapper wrapped in banana leaf ($21.80). 
For those who are feeling particularly ravenous, try the combo bakaran, a barbecue platter of their sate, prawns, squid, fish and chicken ($42.80).