At Pandan, there’s a telling of a story of a country, as they cook up a respectful take on its adorned culinary repertoire. There’s all the essentials, from gado gado to soto ayam, and seafood staples like grilled prawns. Many dishes come with homemade sambals, and it’s worth ordering a side of each. They showcase the same deft complexity that appears in the restaurant’s curries.
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