The ethnic foods are all cooked by the local people. Menus are listed in their mother language, but the friendly folks were more than willing to explain all the dishes for you. While lots of delicacies were fried and meat-based, which are not part of my diet, the gado gado could be made vegetarian and the sweet, coconut drinks were wonderful cooler on this warm Sunday.
It was a fun and enjoyable crowd. Foods sold out quickly, so I was glad I stopped by to grab a chicken skewer (made on premise) and a pandan agar agar cake for my mom before foods ran out.