Yenny Setia Widjaja: Taste of Indonesia
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM JP/Dian KuswandiniOffering Indonesian cuisine no longer seems to make the cut when it comes to renting a space in some malls, says Es Teler 77’s owner Yenny Setia Widjaja. “It’s all about prestige to them, and they still consider us kampungan [country bumpkins],” said Yenny, who started her business with her late husband 28 years ago. “They just don’t let us enter their malls — they ...
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