You can get free satays at Masakan Indonesia.
Satay is an Indonesian word for barbecued beef or chicken.
Masakan Indonesia, a restaurant that offers authentic Indonesian cuisine, gives first time guests a free sumptuous plate of Satays worth $9.90 if they mention Masakan Indonesia’s website and their free Satays offering.
The dishes at Masakan Indonesia are prepared using the finest ingredients and imported herbs and spices.
For 24 years, owner Doris Jaa has looked after the appetites of locals and visitors of Avenue Apartment on the Beach. She has been providing high quality Indonesian food using original ingredients and exciting presentations.
Her chef – Kenji - despite being Japanese, is adept at cooking Indonesian food.
When you enter Masakan, expect lots of rattan and batik furniture. See walls donned with umbrellas and a village scene painting. Soft music wafts through the restaurant giving off a relaxing and laid- back ambience.
Make sure to try the nasi gurih rice dish – a fragrant yellow rice flavoured with herbs and coconut cream topped with roasted coconut. Nasa goring and rysttafel is also a crowd favourite.
The rice table is where guests can try ten exotic dishes and side dishes of prawn cracker, krupuk and sambal bajak.
Meat lovers can try the beef rending – a spiced Sumatran dish with spices combined with coconut cream and herbs.
There are more dishes to try out.
Masakan Indonesia is open seven nights, from 600pm until late.
The restaurant is located at Corner 19th Avenue & Gold Coast Highway Palm Beach QLD and is a quick drive from our Elanora Resort Accommodation.
For more information, go to http://www.masakanindonesia.com.au or call (07) 5576 4699.
Book your stay in our Elanora Resort Accommodation by visiting http://isleofpalms.etourism.net.au/.
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