At Little Jakarta you can order ala carte dishes like Sambal petai udang balado (small RM15, Big RM25), crispy fried dancing fish ( RM11.90) , sotong goreng mentega ( S: RM15, B: RM25) , sotong bakar (RM12.90) , Javanese sambal sotong ( S: RM15, B: RM25), rendang beef (S: RM9.90 , B:RM15) , rendang chicken ( S: RM8.90, B : RM12) , pepes tenggiri (RM7.50) , ayam kremes (RM7.90) , fried kangkong belacan /garlic ( S: RM10, B : RM15) , Gado Gado (RM7), long beans tempe (S: RM10, B : RM15) soups include : rawon (RM7.90) , soto ayam and bakso.
Set meals are available and include –served with rice : pepes tenggiri special (RM11.90), Javanese sotong balada ( RM9.90) , nasi goreng petai (RM10.90) , ayam bakar set (RM8.90), ikan goreng joget.. ..oh. pretty much what is on the ala carte dishes, can come as a set meal too. They also serve nasi goreng, mee goreng etc
For drinks..Yikes..i just realised..they serve fresh humans…take a look below : Fresh Orang/ Apel..
During our time of visit, there was a special promotion…
But of course, we have Groupon and our package as below- although it said for 2 pax there were only 2 choices, during our visit, Little Jakarta gave us three options : pepes tenggiri special, ayam bakar nasi goreng and nasi rawon. We decided to go for pepes tenggiri and ayam bakar nasi goreng.
The setting was kopitiam-ish with marbled table tops and wooden chairs, the waiters were efficient and friendly.
Ayam bakar nasi goreng, –this was described as : quarter BBQ chicken served with Indon style fried rice, ikan bilis tempe orek, lalapan and keropok bawang. The chicken taste like ayam masak kicap and the rice taste more like rice with kicap rather than fried rice lah. The ayam was tender and the kicap flavour had permeate the chicken thoroughly although we can’t really taste any BBQ-ish fragrant. The deep fried tempe and the ikan bilis, these were crispy and so tasty- would be something suitable to go with beer. The were a few slices of tomatoes and cucumber with the set – this is the lalapan or vegetable salad
Pepes tenggiri special – this was described as – tenggiri fish cutlets wrapped in banana leaves, served with nasi uduk kuning, telur balado, ikan bilis tempe orek, lalapan amd keropok bawang. The tenggiri cutlets were fresh and I love the fragrant of lemongrass in the curry gravy. Nasi uduk is rice cooked in coconut milk ( like our nasi lemak) with cloves, kayu manis and lemongrass I was afraid that the nasi uduk would have a strong spice-laced flavour- luckily it wasn’t overpowering. Tempe—yumyum.
For dessert, we have 4 choices : ice kacang, cendol special, es cincau ijo or cincau ijo limau . We went for the ice kacang and cendol. The ice kacang – a hill of delightful goodies- cendol, cincau, peanuts, red beans, lychee with gula melaka and red syrup, this was sickly sweet—nice…
The cendol was served with the usual cendol and red beans, plus : cincau and lychee, I ate many spoonful of ice kacang before tasting the cendol and I think my tastebuds must have been overpowered by the sweet and flavourful ice kacang as the cendol seemed rather bland . so a tip for you, please eat the cendol before the ice kacang. I find that the santan was a bit too diluted so this wasn’t as rich as what I would like it to be.
Overall, an enjoyable meal, I will return to try out the gado-gado, soto and baksoLocation : GF, Lot 1-0-23, Pearl Point Shopping Mall, Batu 5, Jalan Klang Lama, Kuala Lumpur.