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You Won’t Find Indo Cafe’s Unique Culinary Mash-Up—Indonesian and Dutch—Anywhere Else in Town — The Stranger

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— by Meg van Huygen: It’s not that Seattle lacks Indonesian food. Capitol Hill’s Malaysian noodle house Kedai Makan has a few entrées, as does Beetle Cafe on the Ave, and there’s a limited selection at Bumbu Truck in Fremont. But if you want the sit-down Indonesian dining experience, you need to head up to the edge of the city limits—Aurora Avenue North and 137th Street—to Indo Cafe…

Image: The mini rijsttafel with Indonesian crispy fried chicken, courtesy of Indo Cafe

July 3, 2019

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