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Peppered Fish at Bay Leaf Indonesian & Thai Restaurant in Sunnyvale

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Peppered Fish at Bay Leaf Indonesian & Thai Restaurant in Sunnyvale

Mari | Sep 25, 2006 09:38 PM

A few co-workers and I ventured into the Bay Leaf in Sunnyvale since none of us had ever tried Indonesian food.
The place is a bit of a whole in the wall, albeit a large whole in the wall. We shared the Indonesian style beef in a red curry sauce and pepper fish. We also ordered a pad thai, which was strangely salty.

The beef was delicious, but the highlight was the peppered fish. The sauce was peppery, spicey and a little sweet with bits of green onion. Where else can I find peppered fish?

The total for the three dishes, plus fried chicken for our unadventerous co-worker, was $10 each including the tip.

I am not sure what street we were on, but we were very close to the Caltrain station and behind Murphy Ave.

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