Indonesian / Malaysian Restaurant

Borrowing influences from Chinese, Indian, and Thai cooking, the menu at Eastanah pleasantly defies definition. Knicknacks and artwork adorning the walls are like a crash course on Indonesian and Malaysian culture.

Added by Darius Jaeger on Nov 7 06 (last updated Nov 7 06)

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I dined at Eastanah and greatly enjoyed the food. I had not experienced Indonesian before. I had the Tempeh Java - strips of bean curd and tempeh coated in a sweet-and-spicy Java sauce and cooked until crispy - very tasty!

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Neighborhood

SoHo

Prices

$$ - average

Cuisines

  • Malaysian
  • Indonesian

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Hours

11am - 11pm
11am - 11:30pm
noon - 11pm

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