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Telephone
03-2171 1197
Additional Information
Friday Break 13:00-14:30
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Puti-Bungsu-Batam/267925503250090
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Signature Dishes
Ayam Gulai Ayam Pop Daging Dendeng Balado Dendeng Bakar Gulai Otak Ikan Bakar
Review (1)
Level4 2012-08-07
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Puti Bungsu Batam is a restaurant that serves Indonesian cuisine. It’s quite a hidden restaurant, tucked away at Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, not known to me, till one invitation from my acquaintances.Overall, I don’t really enjoy their food, not sure is it due to my personal taste, or just that Indonesia food is just not my thing. Anyway, food experience is meant to be shared regardless how it appeals to different people. ^^One unique thing that got me startled is the way the foods are served. Upon arrival of customers, the staff would dish out all the many kinds of food that are available and then are laid onto the table. So it will be only charged if that particular dish has been savoured. So naturally the food array seems to be a long stretch from one end to the other.This Otak Otak fish paste taste quite nice. With some coconut fragrance, it’s good to be eaten just the way it is. Not too spicy either. However, I find this Grilled Chicken a bit hard to my liking. Not much juice that I can taste of. But at least I got this Siakap Masak Lemak to keep my appetite moving. The fish head was decently cooked and the taste of the gravy was nice and fragrant.Luckily, they do have an acceptable selection of beverages.You may ask form orange juice, carrot milk, watermelon or even longan drink. But the best resides in the Avacado with chocolate. The avocado was finely blended, and was smooth and blend well with the chocolate. So amidst the milky texture of it, you too can enjoy some chocolathy sweetness. continue reading
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