Dear diners, please be aware that non-Quandoo vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with online booking.
Monggo is a contemporary Indonesian restaurant in Perth’s Mount Lawley, not far from the city centre along Beaufort Street, showcasing head chef David Wijaya’s knowledge of the diverse culinary traditions at work in the Southeast Asian archipelago. Indonesian cuisine has always absorbed and influenced different global cuisines, taking on and importing into food from Japan, Portugal, the Netherlands, China, and the Mediterranean. A great way to get acquainted with the reasons behind Monggo’s award-winning success is to book in for the Rijsttafel (Dutch: ‘rice table’) menu, a feast consisting of many side dishes (and lots of steamed, fragrant rice) for two or more people. Going for this option ensures you gain an understanding of the diverse flavours at work in Indonesian cuisine. A top Asian dining destination in Perth.
While service was a little slow, no doubt due to the Christmas crowd of diners also present, the food was great. Well worth a visit!
We really enjoyed the Great atmosphere. The food was absolutely delicious. The service was friendly, with the waitress being prompt and helpful in explaining the menu to us. Will definitely be recommending this restaurant to our friends. Thank you
Fantastic! Beautiful food and atmophere, a real little taste of Indonesia. A really good find. Will definitely go back for another date night and the price is so reasonable.
We usually go to this restaurant prior to a show at the Astor theatre. Service is always good and prompt. What we do is we order dishes from the Entree menu and share them. This gives a variety of tastes and they are generous enough to share out and taste a bit of everything. Pair these with some Nasi Goreng, and it is great. They do not have tea or coffee, so we usually head 50 metres down the road for waffles and coffee afterwards. Really tasty food at reasonable prices.
When arrived with a voucher purchased through Deals. At first it seemed we were not going to be allowed to use it, although I had informed the restuarant through email. Eventually it was decided they would allow us to use it. The restuarant was empty at the time so not sure why they would cause embarrassment over it. It was perfectly legitimate. As I had a guest that was an uncomfortable start. The food - It was called a banquet but it was a long way from being a banquet. Lucky we were both small eaters. The food was tasty so that sort of saved the day. We waited so long for the sweets to come out that we left in the end as we were booked for a show. ( waited about 20mins after the main meal was cleared. Nothing was ever said about the delay. I got the impression the waiter was overworked and couldn't service all the customers as it did get quite busy after a while and he was the only one working. Probably not returning.
Delicious! Plenty on the menu, I had the Gado Gado which was very yummy. Friends ordered the Nasi Goreng which they should have got with the optional egg (+$2.50). Desserts were really good as well, lovely and light and fresh and not too sweet. Love that they had raw, vegan cheesecake as a dessert option, they were delicious and a generous serve. The warm banana layer cake with coconut ice cream was really good too!
Food was excellent as usual. The only setback was the long wait. There was only one person running the whole show and this was on a Saturday night. Not sure of how many people were in the kitchen though. Would I go back? Yes, if I am not in a rush to go somewhere after dinner.
The food was great and there is lots of good choices, but I had a table of 8 and the meals came out at different times, so some were eating when others had finished. Still, the food was worth waiting for.
I think they present a menu to a price, won't ever do their Scoopon again. Their normal menu looked much more interesting, I don't feel there should be a separate & special Scoopon menu for Scoopon customers!! It was weird especially for share dishes eg a piece of chicken leg, some piece of chicken sitting on some sort of puréed sauce, some strange anemic strips of prawn cracker stuff with a small touch of chilli dipping chutney. No just wasn't good enough
Hospitable service and great food. The setting was great for hosting guests, family and friends. I will definitely be coming back again soon for the duck dishes