It was lunch time when we reached the end of Shinsaibashi shopping street and we headed for Cafe Bintang close to Uniqlo department store for lunch. It is an Indonesian restaurant serving halal Indonesian food. Located on 4F, Google map brought us right to the location of Cafe Bintang. It is however a little difficult to spot their small red coloured signboard with thin fonts amongst the other similar coloured signboards. Typical to Japan, the shoplot number is rarely displayed making it even harder to confirm your location. If not for the Indonesian flag (red/white) outside, it would have been a frustrating search for the Cafe worse, missed it altogether. But the flag’s red/white colour doesn’t really distinguish it as it blends with the other signboard too!
As mentioned earlier, the Cafe is a little difficult to spot. Make sure you familiarise yourself with these two different signboards below to assist you to find the cafe. By the elevator, although there is a different designed signboard, it does not display which floor they are on. It’s on 4F.
Their food menu for the main dish is rather limited but suffice for the hungry stomach. The food was nice and the authentic Indonesian taste we are accustomed was there. Our lunch for two cost less than ¥1,900 which is very reasonable taking into account you’re in Japan. Recommended. 👍 For more info, visit their site here.