Daily Kitchen is a restaurant that has a wide variety of Indonesian cuisine and some Western dishes. Upon entering the restaurant, you will feel that the decor is very thoughtfully done.
Salad Mangga Kepiting Soka IDR 40k
We started with the Salad Mangga Kepiting Soka, a fried crispy cajun soft shell crab mixed with mango, cucumber, carrot, kecombrang, yam and garlic chilli coriander dressing. It had sweet and sour flavours. Basted with the sauce, the crab was left a hint of soggy-ness. And it was a bit spicy.
Tahu Telur Petis IDR 20k
This was a fried mix tofu and egg served with Javanese style petis sauce. The tofu that was used was soft and had this crispy texture. Combined with bean sprouts and sweet soy sauce with peanuts, this was indeed delicious.
Rawon Buntut IDR 65k
Then, we had a Rawon Buntut, a 1-hour boiled oxtail beef with herbs and kluwek, salty egg, sambal and crackers. This was the best item we had, with a nice thick rich broth. The oxtail beef was very tender and tasty.
Udang Goreng Tepung Telur Asin IDR 50k
Fried crispy prawns infused with salted egg sauce. The dish lacked in salted egg flavour, and had this lemony flavour. Neverthless, the prawns were succulent and fresh.
Like many restaurants along this area, the prices at Daily Kitchen are incredibly reasonable.
As a whole, some of the dishes were decent and the presentation of the food was good, but nothing really stood out. If I have to choose, my favourite would be the Rawon Buntut. It was a good relaxed meal, in an environment that would work for family get togethers and hanging out with friends.
Ruko Bolsena, Blok B No. 1-3
Gading Serpong, 15810
Monday – Sunday 10am to 10pm
Price IDR 100k for two
Recommended Dishes Tahur Telur Petis, Rawon Buntut