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Sari Ratu Restaurant

Sari Ratu is our pick for the best nasi padang in town. You start with a big plate of rice on a plastic tray and then point at various dishes they have on display. That’s when the staff starts piling food on until you can’t see the bottom of the tray anymore. A list of all the options would be longer than a CVS receipt, but we like the black-sauce squid, potato patties, and whatever curry they’re making that day. Grab friends, order a ton, and take advantage of the lack of dress code by wearing something stretchy.

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