Restaurant Review: I-S heads to new Indonesian restaurant IndoChili

I-S reviews Indonesian eatery IndoChili, the latest project by the Java Kitchen Group.

 “If you have a big group, opt for the combo bakaran ($42.80) a heaping serve of grilled pomfret, squid, prawn, satay and chicken all covered in sticky kecap manis (sweet soy sauce): it’ll give you a good idea of what the restaurant has to offer. The dish is a real solid choice but we like their less common specialties such as rawon complit ($9.80)—beef soup enriched with buah keluak—and flavorful tempe with petai (bitter beans; $8.80) even better.”

Want to know what I-S’ final verdict is? Then be sure to read our full review.

I-S conducts restaurant reviews incognito and pays for meals.