Regional restaurants in Indonesia
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A long-time travellers’ hang-out, the Baru bakes great bread, but the rest of the enormous menu can be pretty mediocre. Still, the friendly owners arrange tours and batik classes.
Classic Jaksa haunt of fresh-in-town backpackers and seen-it-all expats. There’s plenty of Chinese food, set breakfasts (from 19,000Rp), a book exchange and CNN on round the clock. It even has a few budget rooms upstairs.