Recommendation by Lemi
Take a break from your Kota Tua explorations and fill up for lunch at Cafe Batavia! Amble through cozy lounges into a banquet of regional flavors. Framed portraits and vintage posters decorate the walls with a mosaic of collected history. Massive shuttered windows flood the grand hall and its diners with tropical sunlight. People-watch as you please with a beautiful view of the street. There are live musical performances at select times of the day to ease you into your sumptuous Indonesian meal. Sample local favorites like Nasi Goreng and Nasi Campur, both of which are rice dishes served with a medley of sides. Cafe Batavia owes its grandeur to its role as the VOC administration office. It also had a short stint as an art gallery, until it was finally transformed to the cafe and restaurant that it is now!
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