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Borneo Kalimantan Cuisine is an Indonesian/Singaporean restaurant right in downtown Alhambra and where you’ll find us any time the thermometer drops below 70 degrees. The expansive menu is stacked with tremendous dishes, but it’s the noodle soups that require the majority of your attention. The coconut curry-based Laksa Mee is pure soul-curing indulgence, and if some of your friends are in need of a similar medicine, the large space is great for a big group meal.

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