• Warung Matahari

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Indonesian restaurant designed like a modern style Bali beach shack. The kitchen is Muslim-friendly and can cater for vegans - but be sure to specify as most veg dishes contain egg. Example of choices include stir-fried vegetables with seitan, boiled vegetables with spicy peanut sauce, fried rice and fried bifun noodles with vegetables. The spicy dishes are clearly labeled. Last order 10pm. Location is south of the city center, accessible by street-car (stop in front of NHK Starbucks along Heiwa Odori on Peace Blvd), 10 minutes by bike, or 20 minutes on foot. Open Tue-Sun 5:30pm-11:00pm. Closed Mon.

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3 Reviews

First Review by jjwalsh


Points +39

29 Oct 2019


Not open until next month



Points +61

09 Aug 2019


I just had dinner here and it was very good. I had sweet and spicy tempeh with veggies. It was more than enough for one person. I thought the cost was very reasonable, I paid around ¥1600 for the dish and a glass of wine. The staff was friendly and chatty. I’ll definitely go again.Great

Pros: Great food., Friendly staff.


Points +83

12 Jun 2019

Spicy & Tasty Indonesian Food- Flexible on ordering for Vegetarians and Vegans

We had a great meal at Warung Matahari the other night. We didn't have a reservation and it was pretty full up but were lucky to get a seat quickly. Once we sat down, the staff gave us the English menu and a special Vegetarian menu which clearly listed which foods had egg or seafood or were spicy. We ended up ordering a few dishes that were listed with egg, but asked for it without egg, or had seafood, but asked for it without seafood. Each time we made a special request, the staff asked the chef and came back saying it was fine- very flexible!

Once the food came, the steamed veggies in spicy peanut sauce, fresh spring rolls (without seafood), the grilled seitan with stir fry vegetables, the Bifun fried noodles and Fried rice dishes (without egg) were all so wonderful and delicious. My daughter who doesn't like spicy foods at all thought some of the dishes were too spicy, but my son and I loved the level of spiciness. My daughter loved the Bifun fried noodle dish and the fresh spring rolls for a non-spicy yet tasty dish.

The kids really enjoyed the deep-fried banana with ice-cream for dessert too!

Pros: Flexible staff, Dishes transparency about ingredients, Nice atmosphere

Cons: A little far from city center, A little expensive for size of dishes

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