• Yuni's Kitchen

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Indonesian restaurant located in the courtyard of a church. Offers a range of traditional fare, including labeled vegan items such as laksa, kang kung, and nasi campur sayur. Open Wed-Sat 5:30pm-10:00pm, Sat-Sun 12:00pm-3:00pm, Sun 5:30pm-9:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by r8medusa


Points +358

15 Jul 2022

Nice vibe and very friendly!

I really enjoyed trying Indonesian for the first time. It was a fun and unique vibe, and the food was great to share! Good options for both vegan and non-vegan

Pros: Lovely staff



Points +1423

15 Dec 2019

tried to give it five

Would definitely give Yuni’s a five star review if Happy Cow allowed. Went for lunch today and enjoyed the most delicious Balinese food I’ve found in Melbourne.

Definitely recommend the Nasi Campur Sayur (vegan on request) if you want to sample a tasty range of dishes. My favourite morsels on the plate were the grilled eggplant and fried tempeh.

The Tahu Isi Goreng was the best I’ve ever tasted, including in Bali. Tofu, stuffed with fresh veggies including kangkung and bean shoots, battered and deep fried. If you love sambal like I do, load up.

We had the Gado Gado as well. The sweet, mildly spiced peanut sauce was satisfying but not too heavy.

I wish I was eating it all again right now!

Pros: courtyard seating

Cons: charges extra for vegan options


Points +13703

11 May 2019


We came here for lunch on a Saturday. The beautiful old church in which the restaurant is contained belied it’s very ordinary interior. I asked about vegan options (not all clearly marked on menu) and there were a fair few, generally involving removal of egg. We ordered the Sayur Lodeh vegetable curry ($15) and the vegan Laksa ($16), as well as one each of white rice ($3) and yellow turmeric and coconut rice ($4). Both mains were acceptable but fairly lacklustre, tasting mostly of coconut with no perceptible herbs, spices or other interesting flavours, save the lemon wedge in the laksa. There was no tofu in the curry, despite it being in the listed ingredients on the menu, and the dish was smaller than I expected. The veganised laksa cost a dollar extra to replace egg noodles with rice ones. The experience was not terrible, but a bit disappointing and I wouldn’t make a point of coming back.


Points +353

06 May 2018

Great laksa!!

Beautifully fresh and tasty food. Omni place but does vegan very well.

Pros: Delicious Food, Lovely atmosphere- great venue , Friendly service

Cons: Some dishes can take a while- best to ring ahead i

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