The first time you eat Nasi Padang, especially if you love powerful spices and flavors, will be an incredibly memorable experience (possibly life changing).

I remember my first time eating Nasi Padang, back in 2009 when I visited Sumatra; It immediately became one of my favorite meal types. In Jakarta, there are hundred, maybe thousands of restaurants serving Padang food.

When I was eating my way through Jakarta, there was one restaurant that really stood out to me for their Nasi Padang: Rumah Makan Surya.

In this blog post I’ll share all the food and details with you.

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What is Nasi Padang?

What is Nasi Padang?

Padang is a city in Western Sumatra that’s known for a few things, but most famous for its food.

Nasi, which means rice, is the mandatory accompaniment to Padang food, so the two are often paired together as Nasi Padang (also you might see it as Makanan Padang, meaning Padang food).

Characterized by being spicy, full of chilies, galangal, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, turmeric, garlic, shallots, and an assortment of jungle herbs and vegetables, plus seafood and meat, Padang food has gained a reputation across Indonesia for being some of the most flavorful of all.

Many Padang dishes are curry dishes, but you’ll also find boiled dishes with sambal (chili sauce), deep fried seafood and also grilled dishes. The assortment and flavor combinations are mind blowing.

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Nasi Padang is a meal, not just a dish

There are two ways to serve Nasi Padang:

  1. Pesan – This is where you get a plate of rice, and choose which dishes to go directly on top of your plate of rice. This method is most common at local street food stalls.
  2. Hidang – This method, which is an incredible meal to experience, is typical at Padang food sti down restaurants. The waiter will bring you a selection of what could be dozens of dishes, stack them into the center of your table, and you can choose to eat whatever dish you want. You pay for what you eat, but don’t pay for what you don’t eat.

When I was in Sumatra, eating at little street food stalls, I often ate Nasi Padang in the pesan style, but for a seriously incredibly culinary experience, the hidang style is quite a treat.

Although Nasi Padang refers to dishes from Padang, the food is so popular, and rightly so, that Padang food is one of the most common types of food to eat in Jakarta.

Makanan Padang
Rumah Makan Surya

Rumah Makan Surya: Makanan Padang

When I was in Jakarta, Renis, who watches our food videos on YouTube, invited my wife and I to eat at her favorite Nasi Padang restaurant in Jakarta.

The name of the restaurant was Rumah Makan Surya, and it proved to be some of the best Padang food I’ve ever had. Thank you Renis!

The restaurant is just south of downtown Jakarta, along a road called Bendungan Hilir Raya, which is a pretty busy food street.

Rumah Makan Surya, or sometimes just called Nasi Padang Surya, is a hidang style, sit down restaurant, with the stacks of pre-cooked dishes in window. Inside the restaurant, there’s both an outdoor smoking and non-ac section, and an indoor ac section.

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One of my favorite Indonesian meals

Along with being powerfully flavor food, Nasi Padang is also known as being a meal you come to eat when you are really hungry and don’t want to wait for your food.

That’s because all the curries and dishes are fully prepared, and as soon as you sit down, all the dishes are delivered to your table and you can start digging in.

At Rumah Makan Surya, within minutes, our table was double decker stacked with plates of incredible looking curry, and we each had a plate of rice to accompany the dishes.

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Beef rendang is a must

Beef rendang

Possibly the hardest thing about eating Nasi Padang this method is choosing the dishes you want to eat. But there’s one dish that’s a no brainer: beef rendang.

Not only a favorite Padang dish, but also one of the best dishes in the world according to CNN Travel (not everything on the list I would agree about, but rendang is something I can’t argue with). When you have a well made proper beef rendang, it’s truly one of the world’s greatest dishes.

The rendang at Rumah Makan Surya included pieces of beef in a dangerously tasty blend of spices, and what really came through nicely was the dry coconut within the curry. Rendang is not to be missed at any Nasi Padang restaurant you eat at.

Sambal ijo
Sambal ijo – green chili sambal

Sambal ijo

Another dish, which is actually just a sambal, that I couldn’t get enough of was sambal ijo, a green chili sauce.

Mainly including green chilies, salt and oil, this chili sauce was so good with rice and mixed with the different dishes. I could have eaten bowls and bowl of sambal ijo!

Dendeng balado
Dendeng balado – dried beef with red chilies

Dendeng balado

Another common Padang food you’ll see at restaurants is called dendeng balado, which is dried fried beef with chilies. The beef was kind of like beef jerky, but it was ever more dry, and more crackery rather than leathery.

The beef was then fried with soft sweet red chilies to make an amazing pairing. I thoroughly enjoyed dendeng balado, but my wife Ying like it even more than I did.

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Gulai otak – don’t let the texture throw you off!

Gulai otak

Gulai otak, cow brain curry, is not a dish you have to try when you come here, but if you’re willing to give it a go, you should.

Cow brain curry is very common at Padang restaurants and at Surya it was incredible.

cow brain curry
It’s an amazing dish, so rich and heavy

The brain was cooked in a thick creamy coconut milk based curry, and the brain itself was unbelievably creamy, like half melted cheese or like panna cotta.

For me, cow brain is really good, but I reach a limit with how much I can eat in one sitting due to its richness and heaviness.

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Gulai ikan – a type of fish curry

Gulai ikan

Another dish I always like to eat at Padang restaurants is some type of gulai ikan, or fish curry. Fish is one of my favorite things to eat, and I’m a huge lover of curry.

On this particular meal, although I would normally go for an ocean dwelling fish, they suggested I try a freshwater fish curry.

I’m not sure what type of fish it was, but the fish itself was a little mushy, but the curry sauce was fantastic – full of creamy coconut milk, turmeric, and with flavors of chilies, lemongrass, and maybe some ginger in there as well.

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Amazing Nasi Padang in Jakarta

Ying and I had a few more dishes as well, including a couple of chicken dishes – how could you resist a piece of chicken that’s completely covered in a layer of chili?

Additionally, although I failed to take a photo of it, I also had a plate of mixed boiled vegetables served with sambal (so plenty of vegetables as well to go with the meat).

One of the main vegetables on the plate was daun pepaya, papaya leaves, which were slightly bitter, and delicious when dipped into chili sauce.

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Jus alpukat – this was the perfect supplement to the meal

Jus alpukat

Part way through our meal, I noticed some other tables that had ordered jus alpukat, an avocado smoothie shake, and I needed to try one.

I asked them to make it without sugar, though I think they added in a bit of condensed milk to boost up the creaminess. Additionally, they added on a sprinkle of chocolate sauce on the top.

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The avocado smoothie was so silk smooth and creamy

The avocado juice was so good it was almost unbelievable.

The bulk of the avocado was creamy like pudding, yet more fluffy and with that natural avocado earthy taste. It was just slightly sweet, from the condensed milk I think, but not too sweet.

Wow, it was good. It’s well worth ordering if you eat here.

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Would you like a banana?

If you’re still hungry after devouring as many plates of rice and curry as you can, there’s a plate of bananas on your table.

I was way to full to think about touching the bananas, but I just wanted to point that out.

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Here was our total bill

Total price

During our trip to Jakarta, my wife and I ate at this restaurant twice, and our bill each time was around 165,000 IDR ($12.52) for about 6 dishes, rice, and avocado juice.

They charge you according to which dishes you eat, and don’t charge you for the dishes you don’t touch – even though they are sitting on your table.

Watch the video:

If you have a few minutes, press play to watch the full video of this incredible Nasi Padang meal.

(Or you can watch the video on YouTube here)

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The outside of Surya Masakan Padang

Conclusion

When you’re in Indonesia, Nasi Padang, or food from Padang, is one of the most flavor packed meals you can possibly choose to eat. And while it’s originally from Sumatra, you’ll find Padang food all over the country.

In Jakarta, there are hundreds of Padang food restaurants and many well known chains that specialize in this delicious cuisine. I tried a couple Padang restaurants in Jakarta, but the best Nasi Padang in Jakarta that I tried was at Rumah Makan Surya.

When you’re in Jakarta, for an amazing Nasi Padang feast, don’t miss Rumah Makan Surya!

You might also be interested in: Jakarta Travel Guide for Food Lovers

Rumah Makan Surya Masakan Padang

Address: Jalan Bendungan Hilir Raya No.15, Bendungan Hilir, Jakarta (you can check out Jakarta food map here)
Open hours: 9 am – 8 pm daily
Total price: 165,000 IDR ($12.52)

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  • trucha

    1 year ago

    I love eating vicariously through you. When I was in Indonesia I noticed that the food at these places were stacked in the window. For how long, I don’t know. It is soooooo hot there and all of this food has been cooked a while ago and put in a window. How can you not get sick from that? I don’t get it, It is so unappetizing. I finally went to one on my last day in Jakarta. I was too nervous to enjoy it. How do you know if it is safe?

  • Rahasia Awet Muda

    2 years ago

    Padang food is the most delicious food in the world!

  • Sabung Ayam Online

    2 years ago

    I love nasi padang specially with beef rendang

  • panji

    2 years ago

    hi mark you try to come sumatera, to real nasi padang better

  • Resep Masakan

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark, i like nasi padang too, very delicious. Nice article. Thanks for share

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Great to hear that, thanks!

      • Merry Christ

        2 years ago

        Hi Mr. Mark Wiens, i always watch your travel, in here now in Jakarta Indonesia….
        i will travel like Mr. Mark Wiens Style, because Chili is life….

  • Rivney

    3 years ago

    Nasi Padang most famous food in Jakarta. Its Spicy food, when you visit Jakarta try this food. You really like it.

  • Heru Santoso

    3 years ago

    I’m from Bukittinggi, West Sumatera, home to Nasi Kapau, Simpang Raya and also the city that invented Ayam Pop (I believe one reader has explained to you what it is). I now live in Jakarta. What I’ve been wondering for quite some time is why Gulai Cancang is not that popular here. Rendang is obviously up there as one of the world’s most delicious dishes, but Cancang, properly cooked (like how Simpang Raya in Bukittinggi does it) is to me definitely a better dish than Rendang. It’s made of many edible parts of a cow (not just the meat, but also intestines, tripe, lever etc) cooked in a very spicy flavorful dark curry. Trust me, the taste is out of this world. Make sure to try if you have a chance to visit Bukittinggi.

  • taufik

    3 years ago

    hy mark invite me for a culinary tour with you, see your video, I was very tasteful to eat, but now are fasting

  • charles

    3 years ago

    I watch your video on how you eat beef rendang, personally i think u haven’t eat the rendang in the most optimum way , here’s a helpful tip to maximize in enjoying the flavor in case u eat Nasi Padang Rendang in the future:

    — Don’t just eat the beef rendang separately from other stuff but instead you should mixed it all up with other foods which are offered, and one of the simple yet best mix is: You mixed if u could the Beef Rendang with Jackfruit curry ( Sayur Nangka), then put some yelllow curry sauce, red and then the brown curry , then also take a little Dry Cassava and after that don’t forget take a little of Green Chili sambal and eat them with hot rice, It would be good to take them all in one scoop of spoon but if you couldn’t then at least you should put them all in One Mouth (i mean not to swallow until every of those items being mixed in your mouth) . I guarantee if you follow my advice you will get the explosion of flavors when eating beef rendang

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Charles, this is awesome advice, than you very much. Next time I’m going to do some more mixing for the perfect bites!

  • Daniel

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark!

    Thanks for your post and video about Indonesian food . I read & notice almost all of the comment in here from Indonesian. They are very kind too show and recommend you their favorite dish. I am Indonesian and born in Jakarta too also honored about how much your enjoy the Indonesian dish. Based on my view Indonesian food does not famous compare to Thai Food / Malaysian/ Vietnamese Food to for foreigner. I hope your post making people notice how amazing Indonesian food is! Thank you and good luck for your food experience in Indonesia

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Daniel, good to hear you’re from Jakarta. I think you’re right about Indonesian food not being as well known to foreigners, but it’s such an amazingly flavorful and diverse cuisine. Hopefully more and more people will have a chance to try Indonesian food!

      • Adi

        2 years ago

        hi Iam Adi an indonesian, live in south africa at the moment.. i watched all the indonesian food videos you have, and it makes me kinda miss indonesia badly.. thanks for sharing the indonesian food videos and you look really really love the food.. hardly to find indonesian food here in south africa compare to thai food, maybe because its hard to find the ingredients for indonesian food.. anyway im also a big fan of stink bean and dog fruit..lol.. good job mark

  • Qyuu Iqlimah

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark!
    I noticed that you fell in love with avocado juice and es kelapa kopyor (kopyor ice). I recommend you to try Alpukat kopyor from Ice Juice Kedungsari. It’s avocado juice topped with shaved kopyor. Well, it’s basically a drink from heaven. You can also have alpukat durian (avocado juice topped with durian), kopyor durian (kopyor juice topped with durian), or durian kopyor (durian juice topped with shave kopyor).
    You can find Ice Juice Kedungsari in several places and malls throughout Jakarta & its neighboring cities such as Tangerang, Bogor, and Bekasi.

  • Revi L

    3 years ago

    Mark.. really enjoy your videos and commentary. Growing up in Jakarta, i really love your reviews of all my favorite dishes. Thumbs up.

  • Ivan

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark,

    Love to see your blog in youtube. A true Foodies. What I admire about you is that you really appreciate other cultures. Hats off to you Mark. I also travel for foods……The end of November I’m going to Japan with my son…..I’ll definitely follow your guide!! I lived in Bandung – Indonesia, if you happened to visit the city, pls contact me. I’ll show you around the city. Cheers!

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Ivan, thank you very much, appreciate your support. I’ll let you know if I visit Bandung in the future. Hope you have a great trip to Japan, enjoy the food!

  • Rio

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark, been a fan since i saw your video on youtube when you ate kobe beef in japan from while back. I always drooled whenever i watch your video. great facial expression!

    I’m a bit surprised when i stumbled upon your videos from Jakarta, my hometown.
    Hopefully you’ll comeback to jakarta again to try some other Indonesian food.
    You should try out
    1. Pagi Sore (located in Cipete, South Jakarta, A fusion Padang cuisine served in the same fashion as Padang restaurants)
    if you think this surya place is good, then pagi sore will blow your mind, cause they are like times better. Some dishes are the same with regular Padang food, but some has their own touches to it and it’s awesome. Their ‘Ayam Pop’ is different. And it’s ridiculously good.

    2. Ketoprak Cobek Pak Yono (Deep south jakarta, it is basically a mix of Ketupat, Crackers, Tofu, and rice noodles poured with smooth peanut soy sauce, but the different with regular ketoprak is they came with this ‘Telur Dadar’ / traditional omelette. I must tell you that their peanut sauce is different. Crazy good)

    3. Ayam Presto Ny. Nita (or literally means Mrs. Nita’s high-pressure-cooked spring chicken)
    you definitely should try their ‘Ayam Bakar Pedas’, the meat is very juicy and tender where all the flavors are in the meat. And their sambal is one of the best sambal you can find in Jakarta. If you want to, you can even eat the bones as they has become ‘lunak / tender’

    4. Nasi Goreng Bhakti (located at Senopati Area), you should try their Nasi Goreng Kambing. It is out of this world.

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Rio, thank your for the comment and for watching the videos. Appreciate all your recommendations, it makes me want to go back again to Jakarta as soon as possible. I’ll remember your remember for next visit.

  • Fathul

    3 years ago

    Hi mark, another padang food that you need to try are
    1.Martabak kubang, this is not the sweet martabak version, this martabak is made from beef and spices covered by thin layer of bread, and eaten with sour and spicy sauce, and yes it may be influenced from indian style cooking. You can find it in saharjo are in jakarta
    2.asam padeh
    This is usually spicy and sour fish/beef soup, it doesnt use coconut milk but use tamarind as a source of sourness, maybe you could also find some dish similar with asam padeh in thai cuisine
    I think rm surya have this dish in their menu
    3.lontong sayur padang
    This is breakfast dish, it has rice cake, eggs, and variety of curry. Usually there are 3 type of curry. The jack fruit yellow curry, the fermented soybean curry, and the ‘daun pakis/paku’ curry. You can find this in rm bopet mini, but to be honest, i havent find lontong sayur in jakarta that is as good as in padang province

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Fathul, thank you very much for your recommendations, they all sound delicious. I’d especially like to try the lontong sayur Padang for breakfast. I’m really hoping to visit Padang!

  • Arief

    3 years ago

    Agree. Have you tried Itiak Lado Ijo (Fried Juicy Duck With Green Chillies) during your 2009 Trip? Its on Bukit Tinggi. Man! It has an incredable taste

  • Indrani

    3 years ago

    I have had Nasi Padang – the Singapore version. Never knew there are so many variations of this dish. Very informative post on that.
    I am also surprised about how they charge for the food – untouched food not charged?!!! I wonder if this practice is followed anywhere else in this world.

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Indrani, thank you very much for reading, glad you have had Nasi Padang in Singapore. I would love to know more about that too, but I do know that for Nasi Padang, when you eat this style, it’s very typical.

  • Intan Roboch

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark, my name is Intan.. I’m Indonesian and I used to lived in Jakarta, I now live in California. I’m a food addict as well as yours and I really want you to try this dessert called Martabak, oh dear is delicious, the yummy one I think it’s at Tebet on Saharjo street.. the original is cheese and chocolate but they have the one mix with peanuts. They also have the savory version which called martabak telur. It’s eggs but it’s so good. You need to try them all for your next visit to Jakarta!! ☺

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Intan, great to hear from you. I was able to try martabak before leaving Jakarta, but from a place called Martabak 65A. There will be a video about it coming soon.

  • lawrence

    3 years ago

    Hi there,
    If you like padangnese food, have you tried sate padang and ketupat sayur padang as well? Sate padang is satay made of beef or ox tongue, they are served with ketupat and special spicy curry. While ketupat padang is ketupat served with gulai(curry), there are three types of curry, the jack fruit, pakis, or lamb curry. Have a try when yoi are in jakarta or in padang.

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Lawrence, thank you very much. I did have sate Padang, and it was truly amazing, I will be posting about it soon. Hoping to visit Padang in the future.

  • Tommy Gilberg

    3 years ago

    You should go to Bukit tinggi , It is a city near the mountain , about 2 hours north of Padang , west sumatera . A Beautiful city , nice weather ( 70 F – 80 F) , and super spicy Padang foods . The taste is so authentic and original , they serve lot’s of padang foods between 20 to 30 dishes on your table . I was there for 3 days , it was an amazing journey 🙂 .

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Tommy, thank you for the recommendation. I would love to visit in the future, that sounds amazing!

  • Yessy Tan

    3 years ago

    Hii Mark ..very enjoy your food review..If you looking Padang Food,you must try “Medan Baru” at Krekot street,Central Jakarta..very recommended ????????????????????????..Our president Jokowi have been eat here with his staff ????????????

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Yessy, thank you very much, I already ate at Medan Baru and the food was incredible!

  • Ira Dwight

    3 years ago

    You are hilarious!

  • wahyudi

    3 years ago

    RM Padang Surya adalah rumah makan favorit dr tahun 1985 sampai sekarang dan yg berkesan sambal ijo nya juga selama bulan Ramadhan tutup. Semoga rumah mskan Padang Surya tetap menjaga kulitas rasamakanan dan pelayanan

  • aditya pratama

    3 years ago

    hi mark, i loved to see your video on you tube. have you try SATE PADANG mark?, that one of my favourite SATE, beside SATE KAMBING & SATE AYAM. one that i want to tell you, you must eat in the restaurant that serve an authentic Indonesian dishes. There’s many Place that sell an authentic Indonesian food that you must to try before you leave indonesia… googling it man, and keep the good work…

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Aditya, thank you very much for your support. When I was in Jakarta, I had Sate Padang at a place called Ajo Ramon (video coming). It was amazing, I loved it!

  • Cathy

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark,
    Loved this post! Reminds me of my lunch hour from work where I rush down to enjoy the nasi padang spread. Of all the things I look forward to is the topping chilli and lime crushed side pickle they serve the hot rice and mains with! What do you think of chillies? I was looking for a dedicated post on chillies..do you have any favourites from around the world? I am a chilli fan and the word chilli can form water in my mouth!! Nasi padang is the classic comfort food and spice lovers get to taste a great range of flavours!

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Cathy, thank you for your comment, and glad this post brought back good memories of Nasi Padang. I’m a huge chili fan as well, and I think I really like pretty much every kind of chilies. I especially like the bird eye chilies that are transparent in color, as they are spicy and also have a sour taste to them.

  • Jesclyn

    3 years ago

    Thanks for visiting Jakarta Mark! Hopefully you can come to Bali and try local foods like Babi Guling,Sate Lilit,Chili Crab,Ayam panggang, etc. Btw I’m one of your huge fan????????

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Jesclyn, thank you very much. I would love to come to Bali!

  • epni

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark, if you still in Jakarta you should try pempek pak jenggot at Pasar minggu stasion and Bakmi jogja near that. hope you will love it like i do. love to see all your video

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hi Epni, thank you very much for your recommendations. I’m not longer in Jakarta, but I will remember for next visit. Thanks.

  • Tina

    3 years ago

    Hi… Hi… I think u missed 3 items u must try:
    – dendeng lambok : like dendeng balado but with green chilies and moist fried beef
    – ayam pop : a light fried chicken. Before fry, it marinade with coconut water
    – nasi goreng : padang authentic fried rice with dried fried beef and egg

    I hope u n ying can enjoy it… ????

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Tina, thank you very much for your extra suggestions. The next time I try a nasi Padang restaurant, I’m going to get all of what you’ve recommended. Thank you!

    • Sanny

      3 years ago

      Dendeng balado with green chilies call Dendeng batokok..yes it’s yummee

    • Albert

      3 years ago

      Ayam pop is a must try. I live nearby that surya restaurant and I ate there a couple times. Here are two more recommendation for famous padang restaurant in Jakarta: 1. Garuda in Jl. Hayam Wuruk. 2. Sari Bundo (http://www.saribundo.biz) in Jl. Juanda. The second one is a very famous old padang restaurant (established in 1967). A lot of highly ranked government officials (including former president Habibie) likes to eat there. Next time you visit Jakarta, give them a try!

    • Imam

      3 years ago

      Have to add to Tina:
      Dendeng Lambok is among the most unique and defining for RM Surya. Also called Dendeng Batokok which literally means ‘battered’ – the meat went through roast and battered before submerged in a special samabl ijo that contains secret ingredient: petai. Now, petai itself is not for everyone, but in modest amount as secret, throughly blended ingredient, it becomes everyone’s favorite.

      Another BEST thing about RM Surya is the Kopyor Juice: fermented coconut meat – which gave it a more rich, oily, and smooth texture, made into juice. Something so thick and rich, even more than milkshake.

      Fun fact: people who work at RM Surya dont get salary, but instead: share of profit. This is why they tend to be egalite yet hardworking. Now, sharing profit requires some kind of transparency right? This is why every evening after restaurant closing, trusted elders among the workers would sit around a table and count their revenue together!

      The profit for the whole year passed, is distributed just before Ramadan (when the restaurant close their operation for the whole month), so the workers only get Weekly Allowance during regular day but come back home for Eid (some still go home to Padang) feeling rich. Profit sharing is just the traditional way of doing business that is no longer common among Padang restaurant.

      I made a trip to RM Surya in Padang, and traced that some workers are still closely related to the workers in RM Surya Jakarta. This is just another proof of how authentic they are!

  • Putri

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark, if you visit jakarta again you should try Nasi padang at Bopet Mini. It is located next to Rumah Makan Surya. it serves many varieties of padang dishes. If you come in the morning they sold authentic padang breakfast menu such as ketupat sayur, bubur kampiun, mie rebus, nasi goreng, etc. Its delicious. Anyways love your vids. Bye ????

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Putri, I just searched for that place, that looks like some amazing Nasi Padang as well. Will definitely try it out on my next visit to Jakarta, thank you for the recommendation!