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Jakarta Post

Nothing beats the comfort of Indonesian food for iftar (breaking-the-fast meal). Usually cooked with various spices, Indonesian food is packed with flavor, making it a rewarding meal after a long day of fasting. Therefore, The Jakarta Post has compiled a list of restaurants serving Indonesian dishes this Ramadan.

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(TJP/News Desk)