Lesehan

A kind of street restaurant (rather a sidewalk one) minus the chairs. But who needs chairs when one can comfortably sit and eat on the floor. Utensils are optional too but each one gets a bowl of water for handwashing.
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The floor mat I noticed were those weaved plastic ones.
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One can always have a typical restaurant dinner anytime in my home country and for occasions such as New Year’s Eve it’s kind of natural thinking for most (who can afford) to celebrate it in fancier restaurants (if eating outside home), in fine dining style. But my last dinner for 2013 was a very satisfying meal of bebek goreng and nasi goreng with lots of sambal, hand as utensils, in lesehan-style.

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