Native Indonesians and friends who have lived in Indonesia have told me that Simpang Asia's offerings are authentic. I don't have much experience with Indonesian food, but I can tell you that everything I ate made me pretty happy.
Lemper -- banana leaf-wrapped sticky rice and chicken. Tahu tempeh -- deep-fried tofu and tempeh ($4.00).
Nasi bungkus -- banana leaf rice wrap with chicken curry, beef rendang, Balinese-style egg, spiced potato, bits of chicken gizzard, and vegetable curry ($7.50).
Kwe tiau goreng sapi -- stir-fried flat rice noodle with beef, bean sprouts, and yu choy ($6.75). Chicken satay ($4.50).
Ayam kalasan -- fried chicken sweetened with coconut ($7.50).
Rendang -- tender dried beef curry ($5.50). Bubur ayam -- rice porridge with chunks of turmeric-spiced chicken, Chinese doughnut, and onion chips ($5.50).