She'll Be Coming Round the Batavia Corner - Victoria Park

I don't usually crave Indonesian food as Mum cooks it brilliantly at home. And, usually my go-to Indonesian food restaurant is Sparrow in Highgate. But, last weekend Mr. T and I were invited by friends to have lunch at Batavia Corner so we revisited this restaurant after a long time.

Yellow Rice ($2.70) with Beef Rendang ($9)

Batavia's corner menu is extensive and our friend recommended so many different dishes. In the end I chose the beef rendang with a side of yellow fragrant rice. The portion deceivingly large! The beef in the rendan was nice and tender and the sauce was runnier than I expected, but certainly did not lack the richness of the spices.

Nasi Ayam Mercon

Mr. T decided to try something from their special menu, the Nasi Ayam Mercon (fireworks chicken rice). The mercon (fireworks) describes the spiciness of the chilli and as the name suggests the chilli on this dish was like fireworks going off in Mr. T's mouth. I didn't dare try it, but he enjoyed it despite sweating through the whole meal!

Overall, we were very satisfied with our meal here and it made us miss home!


Ratings: /10
Food: 7
Value: 7
Atmosphere: 7
Service: 8
Overall: 7.3/10


Restaurant Information

Batavia Corner
Shop 3, 912 Albany Highway
East Victoria Park
Ph: 6364 0808

Batavia Corner Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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