Waroeng Little Jakarta , KL Malaysia

21:00 16/3/2012 It takes a lot of persuasions before Summer gives in and try Indonesian delicacy. She has this connotation that everything about Indonesian food  is stinging spicy. Well, our friendly neighborhood restaurant that specializes authentic Javanese-Indonesian food change her perception.
Waroeng Little Jakarta is a  Javanese street food concept. It serves mouth watering  food and desserts. Among our personal favorites are Bakso, Rawon, Ayam Bakar and Pepes Tenggiri. And for desserts we both love special Javanese Cendol and Cincau Ijo Bandung.


Pepes Tenggiri is a Javanese fish delicacy served with flavorful java rice. The fish is cook with coconut milk and some locally Javanese spices in a banana leaf. Then topped with Ikan Bilis (Dried Dilis), Keropok (Kropek) and Egg with Sambal. 


Though this dish has a mild spiciness, Summer gave a two thumbs up. That means this food pass her taste buds and will consider it as best.



While Sky was heavenly sipping Rawon. A delicacy originated from East Java consisting of special beef soup containing Keluak seed which is generally used in Peranakan cooking. The flat noodles and aromatic soup make this dish overwhelmingly delicious. This food would be best serve when hot.



For dessert we settle for Cincau Ijo Bandung. Shaved Ice top with special cream, jelly and red beans. It’s a  good alternative for Cendol that we usually order.


Address: Lot 1-0-23, Ground Floor, Pearl Point Shopping Mall, Batu 5, Jalan Klang Lama, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Note: This is not paid post or some sort, we just want to share our good experience with this Indonesian-Javanese restaurant.


Foodie Couple,

Summer and Sky



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0 Replies to “Waroeng Little Jakarta , KL Malaysia”

  1. First time, I have read a review from a resto in Malaysia. Wow, I wanna go there now because of this resto.

  2. The first dish seems interesting (all because of the java rice!) and I do hope someone can replicate that dish here in Davao so that I can try it! 😀

  3. I have always loved your food posts pareng Joey! kakagutom talaha ito! At malapit lang ito sa inyo, swerte niyo naman, lols.

  4. The Pepes Tenggiri looks irresistible! I'm not a big fan of java rice but seeing the photo above, I might make some exception. 😀

  5. Thanks pareng Ed. Oo nasa baba lang ng tirahan namin. 🙂

  6. Yes Algene! you can't go wrong with Pepes Tenggiri.

  7. If I have all the ingredients Jonas, why not?

  8. You should try an authentic Malaysian cuisine. 🙂

  9. The Pepes Tenggiri is inviting. I definitely want to try it.

  10. Wow! Super nice. And the food really looks good. I hope to visit KL too, soon!

  11. wow, what a presentable food preparation! who wouldn't love eating it after opening. looks mighty good stuff! cute smile! http://www.heartscontentofamama.com/2013/02/lunch-date-with-friends-at-golden-cowrie.html

  12. Enticing as it is, just brace yourself for fiery kick though.

  13. Their food taste better as it looks. See yeah in KL then. 🙂

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