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What does Indonesian cuisine taste like? If Indo Cafe's food is any evidence, it's milder than Thai, less pungent than Malaysian, sweeter than Chinese, and lighter than Filipino. Plot that on your taste buds and triangulate. Much of the food at this North Seattle eatery has an aw-shucks approachability, sweeter and less assertively seasoned than you'd expect, especially the sugary peanut sauce. But dishes like the kang kung cah terasi (sautéed water spinach with garlic and chiles) and the ikan goreng lala pan (a whole fish fried and served with vegetables and chili sauce) show real flair. The stylish room, bathed in lacquer red and jadeite, has low tables and pillow seats in back, perfect for kids and romantic trysts alike.
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