Putri Duyung Nyiur Resto – Ancol’s Best

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Docking at Ancol Marina after our 2D1N Putri Island stay-over, we began a new page in exploring Jakarta with a traditional Indonesian lunch at Putri Duyung Nyiur Resto & Cafe and giving our green fingers a stretch with the neighbouring Ancol Eco Park.

Spotting classical indigenous roofing, the cafe’s visage takes a cultural bite into the Putri Duyung Resort skyline.

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Ample outdoor and indoor seating accented with bamboos and wooded hints cajole tradition to blend with the modern.

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We eased into lunch with Tempe Mendoan (Rp20,000), which is fried soy bean cakes in a savoury batter that fires up the taste buds when eaten with the small but spicy green chilli bulbs.

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Sate Udang Kemangi – Grilled prawns skewers with spicy herbs and kemangi (Rp50,000); Sup Iga Sapi Asam Pedas – Hot and sour spare rubs soup (Rp40,000); and Pecak Gurame – Fried marinated carp in coconut milk with herbs (Rp48,000).

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Amongst the delectable at Ayiur Cafe, my favour went to Sop Buntut (Indonesian oxtail soup, Rp47,000).

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And no meal would be complete with staples eaten with Nyiur Cafe’s tongue-flaming concoction of chilli paste and sauces!

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Our gastronomic journey at Nyiur Cafe came to a sweet ending with an assortment of mocktails and the delicious Pisnag Goreng Keju (banana fritters topped with flaked cheese, Rp20,000).

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Putri Duyung Nyiur Resto & Cafe
Address : Putri Duyung Ancol, J1. Lodan Timur No. 7 Ancol, North Jakarta
Tel : +62 21 2601 680

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