BREAKING NEWS   

BBIP Member Benefit Scheme

The BBIP Board has been working on a new member benefit scheme.  Initially, this will consist of discounts at participating Indonesian restaurants in Perth. The scheme so far includes

  • Tempayan
    35 Hampden Rd, Nedlands / 9389 9504 / Discount 5% Mondays only,.
  • Café Bintang 
    11/910 Albany Hwy E Victoria Park / 9472 9788 / Discount 10% on spend over $20.
  • Dapur Van Java
    1 Leonard St  Victoria Park / 0403 700 738 / Discount 10% on cash sales.

Each establishment has its own conditions but in all cases members must show a valid “entitlement” card before ordering.
Validity is displayed by a sticker on the card. Currently cards are being issued with stickers valid until 28 February, 2023, At the AGM in 2023 validation stickers expiring on 28 February, 2024 will be issued. Cards for new members and validation stickers will be available at the AGM and other events through the year.
Negotiations are ongoing with other restaurants so you can expect more to be added to the list soon.

We urge you to support the businesses that support BBIP members!

MORE FAVOURITE LOCAL INDONESIAN RESTAURANTS

Vice Chairperson

Fiona recommends SUKU at the Fremantle Markets. 

Watch this video about SUKU (Especially from the 2 min mark to 6 min mark.)

SUKU is a great place to get some fresh and delicious Indonesia food.  Make sure you try tempe mendoan – enak sekali.


Robbie’s favourite Indonesian restaurant is MONGGO at 683 Beaufort Street Mount Lawley.

Vice Chairperson

https://www.monggorestaurant.com/restaurant

Robbie’s recommendations: I like the Jakarta Nasi Goreng vegetarian dish, Tempe Medan and before I went vegetarian the Rawon.. Selamat makan.


 Here’s a list (Current at 10 May 2021)  of

Indonesian Restaurants in Perth


What’s your favourite Indonesian restaurant? Why? What do you recommend we try there?
Send your recommendations and food photos to BBIP and check back here to see your review published.


Many thanks to Ibu Danielle who shared this link from CNN Travel

40 Indonesian foods we can’t live without.

The article describes each of the dishes and even has recommendations for where to order it in Indonesia.