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Surinamese Indonesian on Liberty Avenue


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Surinamese Indonesian on Liberty Avenue

tigerwoman | Aug 22, 2008 05:52 PM

was cruzing down liberty avenue in Jamaica - a virtual plethra of east indian and caribbean food and spotted a new restaurant called Warung Kario which touted itself as serving Halal Surinamese Indonesian Cuisine.

only tried a few snacks, one being bakabana - a huge piece of fried plantain served with a really really amazing peanut sauce - spicy sweet and nutty all at the same time and one large skewer of chicken satay doused with the same delicious peanut sauce.

each snack was $2 per piece.

Very fresh and tasty.

I grabbed a menu as we were leaving , which had descriptions of the items listed on the board (had no idea what many things were)

here's some of the highlights

saoto soup indonesian soup with chicken potatoes egg and beansprouts $6

bamie soup - indonesian noodle soup

petjel - indonesian blend vegetables served with peanut sauce (sounds like gado gado)

goedangan - indonesian veg salad with spicy coconut dressing

nasie - indonesian style fried rice with chicken

teloh - cassava with chicken or saltfish and vegetables

BB met R - suriname style beans with rice and BB chicken

tjauw-min met doks - chinese style noodles with duck

gestoodfde vis met rijst - fish in tomato, onion, and pepper sauce with rice

has anyone else tried this place? I am hoping to get back there soon to try some other dishes. (note only had the satay and fried plantain)

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