AMPERA 2 TAK

We have ample choices on where to eat Sundanese food in Jakarta but for many reasons, Ampera 2 Tak is a place that you don’t want to miss.

We have ample choices on where to eat Sundanese food in Jakarta but for many reasons, Ampera 2 Tak is a place that you don’t want to miss.

SUNDANESE CUISINE is an all-time classic choice. It’s as hearty as you want it to be and the cuisine offers a plethora of options to go with rice. Sundanese food feels rustic in terms of preparation to presentation and that can still be found in many places that still exist until today, especially in West Java.

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While we cannot beat that sublime feel when eating alfresco overlooking the golden rice field or even the scenic rolling hills of rural West Java, there’s a reason why we choose Ampera 2 Tak as a place that would surely fulfill your whim with good home food.

One among many reasons to eat here is because of the price. It’s cheaper than most Sundanese restaurants anywhere in Jakarta and has a lot to offer from the menu – from different types of fish – grilled and fried, offals, chicken, tofu and tempe, fritters, skewers, or steamed mushroom, chicken, and fish, and many more.

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Top that with free flow of rice and sayur asem, and ask for that sambal janda (literally means the widow sambal, but it’s a fiery one!). Service is quick and attentive as you will be provided at a lightning speed with fresh and raw vegetables lalapan.

Honesty is the main principle here as you will only be asked to mention what you have eaten and pay accordingly. Because this philosophy of trust, Ampera 2 Tak thrives for many years and now has a total of three outlets. So get ready to make your way here tomorrow and fight your way through the hungry crowd for that much-loved Sundanese home food.

AMPERA 2 TAK
Jalan Cikini Raya no. 103
Jalan RC Veteran no. 61
Jalan Letjen Suprapto no. 80A, Jakarta
T: +62 813 1025 9768
OPENING HOURS: Daily, 24 hours
SPEND: IDR 25,000 – IDR 50,000 / person


Written by Rian Farisa Photographs by Rian Farisa October 10, 2016.

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