The Indonesian restaurant Bojo has existed for fifty years and was founded by two cousins who previously sailed the world with the Holland-America line for years.
The cozy Bojo with its authentic Indonesian cuisine immediately caught on, and both foreign visitors and Amsterdam residents quickly found their way to the restaurant. Bojo is still one of the most famous Indonesian restaurants in Amsterdam.
Indonesian cuisine is very rich and diverse. Indonesia consists of more than 1,000 inhabited islands, all of which have their own specific dishes. Families often have their own recipes that are passed on to a new generation.
Enjoy classics such as Nasi Rames, Bami Rames, Bapao, Gado-Gado, Satay and much more.