THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Satay Sarinah
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Satay Sarinah Restaurant Review: Since its move from Georgetown, Satay Sarinah continues to serve authentic Indonesian food, and is one of the few such restaurants in the metro area. Originally opened in 1985, today's venue is much smaller and less formal, and with a slightly diminished menu that still takes on some of the staples of the Indonesian table, such as gado-gado, beef rendang and, of course, the ever-popular satay (in Indonesia, spelled saté), or skewered meat. Even the rijsttafel meal, a several-course feast with elements of favorite dishes, is available, and may be a good way for newcomers to this Asian cuisine to get a feel for what is typical. Desserts include ice cream with fried battered bananas.