Right in the middle of central Brighton, Warung Tujuh restaurant is a hit with hometown hipsters and daytrippers alike. Tucked away on Pool Valley only minutes from the beach, this bright and colourful restaurant is named after 'warungs', the roadside food stalls in Indonesia, and the owners here have worked hard to recreate a unique and friendly roadside vibe. ’Tujuh’ means the lucky number seven – also the address. Warung Tujuh is ideal for parties and group get-togethers, as this space has a feel-good factor and the food is healthy and wholesome. Authentic Indonesian cuisine is what Warung Tujuh is all about, incorporating flavours from across the thousands of Indonesian islands. The menu includes regional recipes from the islands of Indonesia, and aromatic favourites include the sate - marinated meat, seafood and vegetable skewers served with peanut sauce - and the gule kambing which is lamb stew with coconut milk, chillies, spices and candlenuts.
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