Warung Indo

G/F LPL Manor, 116 Leviste St., Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila

Warung Indo
3.9
4.0 Stars

21 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 14
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 24 Reviews
  • 13 Recommend
  • 21 Reviewers
Category:
Indonesian
Business Hours
Open 24 Hours
Phone
+6325015341

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Rachel T.
4.0 Stars

I have been seeing this restaurant ever since i started working in Makati. Although i have always been hesitant to eat here because i didnt know what to expect. Teemee T encouraged me to try it since he was able to try it few weeks ago with a friend and was not disappointed.

Upon entering, i noticed that there were a lot of foreigners eating. But not all tables were occcupied. We visited around dinner time on a weekday.

The interior is not very flashy and was simple. I remembered my travel to Indonesia and how their restaurants are decorated. It was quite similar.

The waiter approached us and gave us a menu. Since it was my first time, i asked the waiter some items about the menu. He was very patient. He also suggested and i learned that you can request half orders in their menu and the price will be divided into 2 also. Which for me was very convenient but at the same time took some time to decide. Most of their food are good for sharing.

We ordered a half order of chicken satay with peanut sauce. One order is 8 pcs. We had 4 pcs since we ordered half. The spicy sauce included is also modifiable. You can ask for your preferred spicy level. But the spicy sauce is not mixed with the chicken satay. The chicken satay did not look tender but upon biting it was really soft, tender and delicious. Mixing it with the peanut sauce and the spicy sauce made it more rich in taste (i am drooling over it while writing this review).

We also ordered a half order of fried kwie tiaw seafood noodle. It was flat fried noodles with seafood mixed. It was tasty but i think it can still be improved and the seafood mix is not that plenty.

Looking forward to go back here to try their other dishes.

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Joseph S.
4.0 Stars

Generous portions. Good and savory dish. I tried the chicken satay with special fried rice and omelette. Will definitely go back to try the other dishes.

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Cyndy C.
4.0 Stars

I'm such a big fan of Indonesian food. I'm giving it 4 stars because the food came in really slow. I'm usually patient with food but daaang it took a long time for the food to come. Nonetheless, taste was good. Terasi sambal was just right & their chicken was fried well with flavors bursting in your mouth. Will def come back to try the rendang which wasn't available when I went.

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Jasmin L.
5.0 Stars

a chinese-indonesian cuisine.. if you like spicy food, this is the best place to eat.looks ordinary but taste different.

must try: special fried rice with fried chicken terasi and pecel ayam and special fried rice w/ chicken satay with fried egg omellette and crackers (nasi goreng dengan sate ayam)

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Ryan N.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Elmer R.
4.0 Stars

Restos serving dishes from other countries will always be under my radar.

My first encounter with Indonesian cuisine began in Bali 2 years prior. The Babi Guling (lechon) brings back good memories. Dishes like beef rendang, Ayam Goreng strike a chord for me.

Saw posts about Warung Indo here in Looloo and my eagerness was all I needed to get here.

I liked the way Indons cook fried chicken, so I got one. Spices was set aside, chicken skin was crunchy. Their pancit with seafoods was just ok because I was able to count the seafoods, not generous enough. Pictured above is the chicken satay, which came with flavored rice and scrambled eggs.

Spice levels subdued to Pinoy taste. It was overall a nice dining experience.

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Yina M.
4.0 Stars

My first experience at Warung Indo was for NBW, I don’t think I’ve had the time to review it. With the rain and all the work we needed to finish, we were hesitant to go out. It’s fun when your friends are craving for food that you happen to like and know that they deliver!!! We had asked for the following:

Three orders of Mie Goreng Ayam Loh – Warung Indo’s take on pansit. It is mixed with chicken and egg (which came first?) some veggies and if you’re sensitive to spicy food, this will burn your tongue. I love the curly noodles, it reminds me of instant yaki soba without the seasoning flavor overpowering it. In the off chance you find the noodles too spice and need a bit of a break, bite into a cucumber and it will balance the spicyness for a while. No need to drink in water or a cold drink to soothe your burnt tongue. Mine didn’t burn anyway. The serving is generous for P180 pesos!

Kaki Lima – Fried rice with chicken and egg. Very similar to the Mie Goreng Ayam Loh substitute rice for pansit and order a portion of veggies or meat. P205

Special Fried Rice with Chicken Satay – “Masarap siya.” I have no other words than that quoted by co-worker. I’ll take her word for it.

I enjoyed my first experience in Warung Indo and the only thing I found missing is the lack of their sauces. Obviously, they can’t give out their sauces. Think it through if they did, right? The items are already filled with spice and flavor, the sauces of Warung Indo make you customize your food the way you want it to. In short, sawsawan always helps.

Delivery time is 45 mins to an hour. The wait was almost the same if you dine in during lunch. I would go back. Uh-huh.

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Carla M.
4.0 Stars

Back for the second time and I'm glad I was able to drag the NB girls here. 128513 It's quite a long walk from our offices, but nevertheless it was worth it.

It was packed during lunch and luckily, Chichi was able to secure a table before we arrived. The menu was quite intensive so it took time before we were able to decide what to order. Julie J had a bowl of Chicken and Mushroom Noodle soup, Sate Ayam with Nasi Goreng for Yina M,and Ayam Penyet (Indonesian Fried Chicken) for me and Chichi T.

My plate of Ayam Penyet came with plain rice (you can upgrade to Nasi Goreng for additional P20), a quarter cut chicken, sunny side up, and veggies on side. The crispy chicken was infused with spices making it different and more flavorful than an ordinary fried chicken. Dip it in sambal for a nice added kick. 9786

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Julie J.
4.0 Stars

Had our weekly No Baon Wednesday #nbw here yesterday with Carla M, Yina M & Chichi T, thanks to Carla for introducing us to this hole in the wall restaurant that serves yummy Indonesian food, although walking @12 noon under the scorching sun from Legaspi Village to get here is quite a challenge 128531 Hunger pangs didn't help much either 128514

I ordered Mie Ayam Jamur (Noodle Soup with Chicken and Mushroom) @180 the soup which was served separately was kinda bland for me but Yina seemed to like it 9786️ The noodle was tasty and came with an adobo egg.

Their menu is very extensive and there are still so many dishes to try! I'm sure we'll be back again soon 128514 Service was pretty slow and their A/C was useless 128531 But I liked that the owners were very hands on, cleaning and clearing tables as well as taking orders 128077🏼

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Carla M.
4.0 Stars

Thanks to my boss for introducing this hole-in-the-wall resto to me. Place was small but gives you that homey feel. Walls were decorated with colorful wall pieces and some photos of their food. Luckily, we were able to get a table right away because it was packed for lunch. I noticed they also have lots of take-out orders from office people working nearby.

Not so familiar with Indonesian food except for the popular ones like mie goreng, rendang, satay and nasi goreng. Browsed their menu quickly and settled for a safe choice, the fried noodles with chicken (Mie Goreng Ayam). It may look simple but it's packed with flavor. Noodles were coated with a sweet- savory sauce with chopped chili. It was super spicy but I loved it! Tip: drizzle it with kecap manis. 128521 My boss had the Special Fried Rice with Chicken Satay, Fried Egg Omelette, and Prawn Crackers. The satay looked yummy, I'll probably try this when I go back.

Serving can be shared by two. Prices were pretty much affordable.

One thing I didn't like was the slow service. Maybe they were too busy that's why they were having difficulties attending to customers. We had to ask them several times for water refill and when we were about to bill out. 128529

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Mae A.
4.0 Stars

Got their Special Fried Rice with Chicken Satay, Fried Egg Omelette, and Prawn Crackers (Nasi Goreng Dengan Sate Ayam, Telur & Kerapuk) which was prolly good for two. But that meal was mine to cherish. Hahaha. I was just reallt hungry so that really filled me up. I've been here before, and wasn't that impressed then. Of course, I was willing to give it another shot. So glad that I dis, and chose that meal. The Chicken Satay pieces were good. No sauce needed as it was tasty on its own. Plus, it's paired with this flavorful rice that balanced everything out. Good for lunch or dinner if you're craving for some Indonesian dishes 128523

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Grace A.
5.0 Stars

As an Indonesian living here. Here's the best place I could really feel a taste of my homecountry dishes. Well, it's not really quite alike, but the dish so tasty! My fave is Pecel Medan. The prices quite pricey but somehow it's worth it :)

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Inier C.
4.0 Stars

You want to spice up your life? Eat at Warung Indo for real Indonesian Chinese dishes , they have one of the best tastingBeef Rendang. Extra rice please!

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Madz P.
3.0 Stars

Great food, bad service. 128530

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Carz S.
4.0 Stars

2nd time here! Their Gado-Gado is FTW! 128076128522

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Lorisse R.
3.0 Stars

This hole-in-the-wall homey restaurant in Makati was a surprise of different sorts. First off all, there was a funny cat inside. It was looking at us and meowing as if trying to ask why we were bothering it.

On to the experience! As we sat down and rested our arms/hands against the table, we all looked at each other and asked why it was sticky. The menu was as well and some needed to be replaced...

Nevertheless! I love Indonesian food so, i went ahead and ordered Nasi Goreng with Chicken. I asked the server "Buo ba yung chicken?". The lady just looked at me while i repeated my question. My officemate then said that the server was Indonesian. Imagine the look on my face! Bottomline, we all choose our orders and the server asked if order's complete because additional orders take a long time to cook.

We all got our food but one of my officemates got the wrong one. The server said it was what she heard and didn't seem to want to replace it while saying it was one of their best sellers. We had no choice but to take it and hope it tasted great. I had Nasi goreng but i have to apologize for forgetting the Indo names of the dishes because it was too long. But i can assure you, everything we ordered tasted good and spicy! Very spicy!

Might come back because of the food but their servers aren't very accommodating or friendly. I only wish they'd let their Filipino servers take our orders instead because of the language barrier.

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Carz S.
5.0 Stars

This one is the Traditional Indonesian Marinated Fried Chicken
Ayam Penyet at php180.00 - sooooo goooood! Chicken and vegetables! 128077128513128522

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Carz S.
5.0 Stars

Excellent vegetable curry! I'd love to go back!!!!!! 10084128077128077128077

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Jasper v.
4.0 Stars

Today I finally went ot Warung Indo and as a Dutchie with Indonesian roots (mother's side) I must say I was truly satisfied with the Tempeh, Nasi Goreng Ayam with spicy egg and Kroepek which I had. It actually tasted the way my mother makes it and the way I ate it in warungs in Indonesia.

Only downside was the satay sauce. I am used to peanut butter based satay sauce. But the way the 2 Indonesian cooks make it, is the Sumatra way and that's basically with real peanuts grinded.

If you like authentic Indonesian food, go here.

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Roby F.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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