Stick to the traditional dishes
We stuck to the traditional Indonesian dishes instead of the Thai or Western ones. We chose 3 different types of Nasi Campur, one was white cooked in coconut milk ie Nasi Uduk, second one was white rice with nugmet and other spices (my favorite) and the other one is Nasi Kuning ( rice cooked in coconut milk and curcuma). Each one was served with variety of meat and vegetable dishes that to my taste were proper and delicious. We also ordered an Indonesian soup of beef that was good for me but too spicy for my children. The fruit juices were also good, and you should try the avocado one. Prices were steeper compare to the usual restaurant, but it is also a museum and belong to the late brother of the current Sultan. The male staff were a bit lost but the female one was ready to answer any question we had. Background music was nice Javanese gamelan and on the side there was a lady doing a batik, interesting for the children as well. Toilet was clean for Indonesian standard but could have been better given how they want to position the restaurant.
26 Aug 2017
Excellent food, very good service. Good menu. Interesting place being the Prince Joyokusumo's House. Wonderful artifacts to view. Great to call into after the heckling at the Kraton.
18 Aug 2017
Food was average. the ambience was average too. the place is hyped as the restaurant owned by the prince / king of Jogja and apparently the menu is designed around the dishes he likes. the place was empty when we went. totally empty. and yet, they took a long while to serve us, took us. And when it came, it was a little bland, but then that could just be because the sultan likes it like that. it was a run down place generally, and the management should invest a little more in the furnishings and lighting.
03 May 2017
Jln. Rotowijayan No. 5, Yogyakarta 55132 Indonesia