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When we asked people living in Indonesia about good local restaurants, they mentioned...

"One of Indonesia's most popular restaurants is Warung Sate Klathak Pak Pong in Yogyakarta. Located in the heart of the city, this restaurant serves up delicious sate (skewered meat) and other traditional Indonesian dishes. The restaurant is known for its friendly staff and generous portions. Another popular restaurant in Indonesia is Warung Makan Ibu Andika in Jakarta. This restaurant serves up traditional Indonesian dishes such as nasi goreng (fried rice) and soto ayam (chicken soup). The restaurant is known for its generous portions and friendly staff. In Bali, Warung Made is a popular restaurant that serves up traditional Balinese dishes. The restaurant is known for its delicious food and friendly staff. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegetarian dishes. Finally, Warung Sate Padang in Padang is a popular restaurant that serves up traditional Padang dishes. The restaurant is known for its generous portions and delicious food. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegetarian dishes," said another expat in Indonesia.

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