You Need to Try the Beef Rendang and Nasi Goreng at Restoran Garuda
The new Makati restaurant serves irresistible Indonesian fare.
(SPOT.ph) Curious about nasi goreng, sate, and martabak? It's time to get a crash course in Indonesian cuisine, and you won't even have to whip out your passport. Indonesia-based Restoran Garuda recently opened their first branch in Legazpi Village, Makati City, and they'll treat your palate to flavors from the Southeast Asian country—no airplane ticket required.