House of Sundanese Food
It's interesting. The more and more I eat Indonesian food, the more and more I seem to like it. We stopped here for a quick pre-flight meal at Changi Terminal 2 today (#036-059, 6546-4839, with plenty of other locations around the island). I grabbed my favorite soto ayam, which had a hint of interesting spices in it (and a couple meatballs with a not so welcome texture), but it still went down quickly, especially after a squeeze or two of lime.
What was more impressive to me though was the emping chips and a kickin' belachan hot sauce that went perfectly with it (basically an Indonesian version of chips and salsa). The lime juice, or air jernk nipis, was described on the menu as being not too sweet our sour, but it turned out to be rather concentrated -in a good way. Granted, all I had were these few quick things, and maybe I still won't like the majority of Indonesian food, but this was very encouraging.