Jammed into a dugout of a dining room on Southwest Jefferson Street's restaurant row, this Indonesian eatery serves traditional platters like nasi kuning ($7.95), aromatic yellow rice with a sugary fried chicken leg, chunks of fried tofu and matchsticks of sweet tempeh, or nasi puding ($7.95), white rice with curry two ways—shredded beef and tender jackfruit—and a spicy hard-boiled egg. These combos are so good you'll pardon the owners for serving dining-room entrees in plastic containers.