by Steven S. on
Best indonesian food in USA period!. I'm indonesian myself, and always go to indonesian restaurant if possible, i've visit many indonesian restaurant in usa (from Bayleaf in sunnyvale- CA, to Bali Cafe-Miami). This place rocks!, if you dont mind eating with styrofoam utensil, i guarantee you the best indonesian eating experience. The place itself is very small, around 15 seating, the decoration is very indonesian, and its a cozy, family oriented restaurant. That beef rendang, please don't compared it to any malaysian/indian beef curry, its way better than that. Seasoned and cooked to perfection, tender, creamy just melted on your mouth-Heaven Made~!
by Susan W. on
Alright so I went here a couple of months back and I had a pretty good time. All the different areas with the different djs was a very good thing. When it comes to djs I guess I have some commitment issues so it was nice to be able to bail out and see what was going on in the next room when the dj started playing a song I wasn't into. The drink prices were what you would expect for Atlanta so no suprises. The $10 cover charge wasn't bad for all the areas you get to go to. If you sign up for email updates on their site you can then sign up to be put on the list which means if you make it there before 11 you get in free. Well I was on the list but the damn place was kind of hard to find so we got a little lost and when we got there it was 11:05 and the guy at the door would not give me a break. *tear* Anyways still a good time and I'm so glad they didn't have a line outside. You know how some of the clubs like to make their club seem more exclusive by keeping a line outside even though there is plenty of room inside well Lava didn't try to pull that over anyone. I couldn't help but laugh on the way walking back from Lava to the parking garage at the people in the line outside of Opera. So.... good drinks and good times and for you fellas lots of drunk girls dancing extra slutty. What more could ya ask for?