Restaurants

Top Choice Seafood in Makassar

Lae Lae

A famous seafood restaurant, Lae Lae is a crowded, unadulterated food frenzy: expect no-nonsense surrounds, discarded crab shells around your feet and great food. You enter via a smoking street-side barbecue area si…
Top Choice Indonesian in Sengkang

Lesehan Jetpur

A large, bustling place with alcove seating that's very popular with office workers, Lesehan Jetpur offers authentic, inexpensive local food, including spicy chicken such as ayam tampa tulang mentega (20,000Rp), ple…
Top Choice International in Manado

Raja Sate

Rightly renowned for its sate (you can't go wrong with a mixed plate that includes prawns, squid, chicken, beef and goat), but it also does great curries and even New Zealand steaks; everything is excellent. Air-con…
International in Makassar

Kampoeng Popsa

This large, open-sided food court facing the harbour has sea breezes, a young clientele, a gregarious vibe, space for kids to run around, and lots of choices, from mei titi to sushi, and noodle dishes to ice cream. …
Seafood in Makassar

RM Nelayan

It's tough to resist the aromas emanating from this highly popular restaurant's fish barbecue while strolling along Jl Alimalaka. Step inside and receive a selection of six condiments placed on your table. Fish and …
Indonesian in Makassar

Rumah Makan Pate'ne

Serving up delicious, inexpensive Javanese dishes and Indonesian classics, Pate'ne offers fine value and authentic flavours. Enjoy soto ayam (chicken soup) for just 11,000Rp, or feast on a filling nasi campur (rice …
International in Makassar

Bistropolis

A stylish, atmospheric bistro serving great international standards including pasta and pizza, (imported) steaks, ribs, fish and chips and a few Asian dishes. The ice cream (try the Bailey's flavour) is delectable a…
Indonesian in Rantepao

Rumah Makan Saruran

Reliable, freshly prepared Indonesian-style Chinese food is served at this hopping restaurant that’s popular with young Indonesians. It looks a bit scruffy from the street, but once you're past the kitchen's smoking…
Indonesian in Rantepao

Pia's

The dining room at Pia's Poppies Hotel is a fine place to try local food including pa'piong, plus decent pizza. All food is cooked to order, so it's essential to order well ahead (at least two hours) or be prepared …
Indonesian in Rantepao

Cafe Aras

This place is wildly popular with tour groups and travellers thanks to its tourist-friendly set-up (attractive seating, sensitive lighting and mellow music). The food is decent, and includes international dishes (su…