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Ilustration menu in Borobudur Restaurant, one of the best restaurant in San Francisco (Image : borobudursf.com)
Ilustration menu in Borobudur Restaurant, one of the best restaurant in San Francisco (Image : borobudursf.com)

Best Restaurants In San Francisco : Borobudur Restaurant

World Tourism – One of the best restaurants in San Francisco is Borobudur Restaurant. Borobudur Restaurant in San Francisco is home of “the best Indonesian food in the Bay Area” (Asia Week). Reviews of Borobudur restaurant is as follows. There are many best restaurants in San Francisco serving delicious dishes for tourists. But there is one restaurant that has dishes that are delicious, unique, and very friendly service. The restaurant is named Borobudur Restaurant. Borobudur comes from the name of a temple in Indonesia. The Borobudur Temple is is the biggest buddhist temple in the world. This temple is one of the tourist attractions in Indonesia. The restaurant is located at 700 Post St., San Francisco, CA 94109 (415) 775-1512.

Borobudur Restaurant, one of the best restaurant in San Francisco (Image : tripadvisor.com)

Borobudur Restaurant, one of the best restaurants in San Francisco (Image : tripadvisor.com)

Indonesian food, with its distinctive taste and style of cooking and its wide selection of ingredients and spices, is considered to be one of the finest cuisines in the world. Come experience home style Indonesian cooking featuring a variety of flavors from across the islands. Indonesia is located at the crossroads of the ancient world, astride the great trade routes between the Middle East and Asia. Wave after wave of traders, adventurers, pirates, and immigrants have been drawn by the riches of these Spice Islands. All brought their native cuisine with them. Borobudur restaurant truly the best restaurant in San Francisco.

Borobudur Restaurant's Interior, one of the best restaurant in San Francisco (Image : tripadvisor.com)

Borobudur Restaurant’s Interior, one of the best restaurants in San Francisco (Image : tripadvisor.com)

From India came curries, cucumber, eggplant, and cowpeas. From the Americas, chili, pepper, vanilla, sour sop, pawpaw, and pineapple. The Chinese brought the wok and stir-fry, Chinese mustard, and such vegetables as brassica and cabbage. From Arabia arrived Middle Eastern gastronomic techniques and ingredients such as kebab and flavorful goat stews. Europeans introduced all peanuts, avocado, pineapple, guava, papaya, tomato, squash, pumpkin, cacao, and soybeans. Nature and history have conspired to give Indonesia a culinary tradition as varied and seasoned as its thousands of islands and hundreds of ethnic groups.

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