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Indo Cafe

Map & Directions 543 NE Northgate Way
Seattle, WA 98125
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206-361-0699
  • Asian, Indonesian
  • Sun-Thu 11:30am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am-10pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Takeout, Delivery, Private Party, Catering, Wheelchair Accessible, Family Style, Free Wifi
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Free, Lot Available

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Seattle Weekly's Description

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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Tips from foursquare

  • Chad L. on 05/05/10

    If you like spices, this is a great place to go!

  • Tracey W. on 07/27/11

    Excellent lumpia...every time. Fantastic service, too!

  • Praisye S. on 08/08/10

    Get the bakmi goreng jawa and also ayam bok berek with yellow rice. Ohhh my god im hungry now! ><

  • Aleena W. on 07/08/10

    Food is consistently good.My favorite is their beef rendang.Get it with the rijstaffel(super yummy corn fritter + hard-boiled egg sauteed in chilli sauce)or nasi padang.Ayam penyet for non spicy eater

  • Morice M. on 09/13/11

    The spicy chicken goes where no other spicy chicken has gone before. Its good

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  • Voracious Dining Guide

    The impulse when opening a dining guide organized by neighborhood is to flip immediately to the section covering the few square miles you call... More on Indo Cafe »

  • Rice Is Nice

    Unless you were born on Bali, or at least spent a few weeks on the beach there, it's hard to read over the menu at Indo Cafe and know what to... More on Indo Cafe »

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