Indonesian restaurants in Makassar (Ujung Padang)
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Along the same street as Lae Lae, Kayangan is a slightly more upmarket affair with tablecloths and air-con, the latter particularly welcome at lunchtime. The fish is fresh, the service swift and the Bintangs are ice-cold. What more could you want?
Quite simply, the spot in town for fresh fish and seafood. If you approach from the seafront, no, don't worry, it's not closed; keep walking and enter via the sizzling barbecue. Peer into the huge ice boxes and enter fish heaven. The staff can recommend something if the choice is overwhelming. The décor may be simple, but the fish with cobek-cobek (sauce made with chilli, lime and shrimp paste) is anything but.