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Lonely Planet review
This sunny, split-level café looks like it can serve no more than coffee from its tiny kitchen, but in fact it does quite good Indonesian food. Go for the Eitjes van Tante Bea (a spicy mix of egg, shrimp and beans), as well as a mini version of the normally gigantic rijsttafel (Indonesian banquet). No credit cards.