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The title of “best Padang restaurant” in Jakarta is probably tossed around a bit too lightly these days, but in the case of Sepakat, few who have eaten there would deny the honor.


Sepakat is kind of a well-kept secret since it’s rarely mentioned in the media (sorry), but therein lies its charm. Located on the second floor of a run-down building next to Blok M Square in South Jakarta, you’d hardly suspect to see such a space regularly packed with customers, who, like we did, have learned about the restaurant via glowing word-of-mouth and are there for no reason other than the food (the decor is nothing to write home about).


A must-try here is the rare delicacy known as gulai gajeboh (unadulterated cow fat served in spicy Padangnese coconut milk curry), a specialty from Nagari Kapau in West Sumatra’s Agam Regency, which, if you can look past the dish’s description, will have you asking for more, cholesterol levels be damned.

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