38 Reviews of Ayam Penyet President from Past Customers
  • Overall
    4.5/5 based on 38 reviews
  • Food
    4.5, Good
  • Service
    4.8, Good
  • Value
    4.5, Good

Must try - Satay , Gado-gado, grilled chicken penyet. Fried rice is yummy too but do request for non spicy version if you cannot take spicy food. Although the servers keep mixing up the orders, the food is definitely something you can try. Tahu telur is so-so, as the sauce us too watery and bland. Great place for gathering or lunch meeting

  • Janice, 24 Aug 2016
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4 / 5
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I forgot their star item is the ayam penyet and went on to order other items instead. To my relief, I was not disappointed. Kangkong is nice. Beef rendang is nice. Fish is nice. Every dish I ordered is nice. Pretty affordable for a restaurant too. Definitely will be coming back for more!

  • Michael, 20 Jul 2016
  • Web Review
5 / 5
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Dropped by earlier tonight after walking around the Stadium. It was peaceful and not too crowded. The staffs were very friendly and helpful. The food were surprisingly good. The Grilled Beef (Empal Bakar) was surprisingly tender. It looked like huge chunks of beef that might need tenderizer before we could chew it; but the moment our fork touched it, it just fell apart. And the flavour went deep into the beef too. The portion was also surprisingly big, 1 portion had about 6 chunks of beef. For that kind of prize, so worth it. The Smashed Fried Chicken (Ayam Penyet) was also tender and the crispy bits and the chili were great too. The tempeh was also surprisingly flavourful and didn't have that raw tempeh taste. The Chicken Satay was delicious. We could do with more peanut sauce on it, but delicious nonetheless. The best part, the chicken satay had that smokey flavour and bits of charred edged that gave it that unique 'traditional' satay feel to it. The Gado – Gado was good too. Didn't expect the belinjau crackers when it stated garlic crackers, but we're definitely not complaining about the upgrade. The complementary chicken soup was good too, flavourful, even when we didn't get any chicken pieces. But it was a good complement to the rest of the meal.

  • Rian, 2 Jul 2016
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5 / 5
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Came here for a lunch meeting with an Indian friend who informs me his parents are really happy when they're here, so take it from me, if you need to host Indian families, this is probably a good spot to take them to. The great things we had here: 1. Ayam penyet 2. Beef rendang

  • Justin, 20 Jun 2016
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4 / 5
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grill beef ribs and satay are awesome ,,the smooky and real taste of ribs and satay with dilicate sauce just like when you it in Indonesia,,sambal are amezing,,love the real taste of cabe rawit(indonesian chilies) and the fragren of shallot..hmmm yummy..ikan pesmol also best,,never think that fish is that big,,fresh water fish with chilies gravy..yumm yumm..this place will defenetly crowded...

  • Eli, 18 Mar 2016
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5 / 5
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Ayam penyet taste inside is tastier than other place Chilli super spicy Gado gado small portion Empal bakar is big portion. If you compare with market raw food, buy Empal bakar is more worth than ayam penyet and ayam bakar. Big portion and they need to cook longer so no more smell This branch have 3 high chairs and try..

  • NA, 3 Sep 2015
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4 / 5
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Ayam penyet or smashed chicken is the best in this restaurant for me, else the catfish also good Worth for the price

  • Lidya, 28 Jan 2015
  • Web Review
5 / 5
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