restaurant review #279 – Bandung is an Indonesian restaurant at the edge of Den Bosch (or with a more fancy name ‘s Hertogenbosch) in the Netherlands. There are hardly any Indonesian restaurants in Belgium, but there are plenty in the Netherlands. So whenever we are in the Netherlands, we like to go to an Indonesian restaurant as they always have vegan options and we simply love the food.
Note: it is always advised to inquire at Indonesian restaurants about the use of trassi (shrim paste) in vegetarian/vegan dishes.
This review is from a visit to Bandung last Winter, before the measures due to the COVID19 pandemic started.
I had made a reservation online for a Friday evening, and that was definitely a must as the place was full. It was very busy.
We were early, but that was no problem, and were seated near the bar.
We had the vegetarian ricetable, which was said to be easily available vegan.
A nice selection of dishes, with also tempeh and tofu included. The dish with egg was replaced by a dish with vegetables.
The ricetable was 24,50€ pp. Good value for money. We liked it a lot! Great variety.
About accessibility: there’s one small step to get in. There was no accessible toilet. It was rather crowded inside and not so much space to manoeuver. Toilets were small but clean.
All in all: we loved it! Great food, a bit crowded atmosphere though.
Note: This review is from before a visit before the lockdown, so please be aware that the setting, menu, etc may have changed meanwhile.
Restaurant Bandung, location
5211 PN Den Bosch
073 – 8200943