The food was tasty and well presented. I was a bit disappointed that this restaurant didn´t have wifi! I recommend it.
Reservations are recommended for Sat. nite. This was our first time at this restaurant. We enjoyed the following: Roti Prata, trout fish, Bakmi Goreng, and Nasi Goreng Cabe Hijau. None of the entrees were spicy. Staff was very attentive.
We were surprised to find an Indonesian restaurant as we hadn't seen one in the US yet. (We're from the Netherlands, they're very common there) we love Indonesian food and we weren't disappointed. I had the Nasi Rames, my GF had the honey chicken and a vegetable curry. All were pretty good and the portions were fine too. The restaurant... 更多
One of the few indonesian restaurants left, this place has steadily been going down over the past 7 years. Tasty but no longer authentic. Service has gone down and the white tiles on the floor need a good cleaning. Restrooms dirty. Sorry, used to be a fan, no more
When we arrived to San Fran the first night, we were starving and searching for food to satisfy us! We asked the concierge service at the hotel and they recommended Borobudur and we couldn't be happier! The Indian Pancake was buttery and crispy. The honey chicken skewers was melting in your mouth experience and even the fried rice! Wow the... 更多
This is a great local family owned restaurant. You know its good when the locals eat here. My son recommended this as he lives in SF. Great menu and helpful staff.
Borobudur is one of the oldest Indonesian restaurant in SF. They serve most of the authentic Indonesian food with the original taste. Nasi Goreng is they favorite menu
Having Lived in Amsterdam for 30 years I know Indonesian cooking quite well. Indonesia (Java) was a Dutch colony for 350 years after all. It's rare to find Indonesian food in America and this place is the best I've found. I recommend the "rijstafel", pronounced "rice-taffel" and literally means rice table. Several small dishes with a variety of flavors and... 更多