open daily from
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
homemade, because we enjoy cooking!
OUR LAKEVIEW RESTAURANT IS NOT JUST A PLACE TO EAT AND DRINK, BUT RATHER A PLACE TO BE AND RELAX.
WE OFFER YOU INDONESIAN AND SOME WESTERN DISHES.
WE USE OUR OWN ISLAND RESOURCES IN EVERYTHING THAT IS POSSIBLE. FOR THIS REASON, OUR MENU IS NOT VERY LARGE, BUT EVERYTHING IS FRESHLY COOKED. IF YOU LIKE A VEGETARIAN MEAL OR OTHER DISHES, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT THE MANAGEMENT OR THE KITCHEN TEAM. WE ARE HAPPY TO COOK YOUR FAVORITE DISH FOR YOU, IF POSSIBLE. WE FOLLOW THE NUTRITION GUIDELINES OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO) AND SWISS SOCIETY FOR NUTRITION.
Batak cuisine is part of Indonesian cuisine and compared to other Sumatran cuisine traditions. One characteristic of Batak cuisine is andaliman spice. That is why andaliman in Indonesia sometimes dubbed as "Batak pepper". Andaliman pepper is hand-picked in the jungle and is rare because it cannot be cultivated; it needs the enzymes of birds to germinate. Andaliman pepper has a slightly anesthetic effect similar to Szechuan pepper and has an intense citrus taste. Andaliman pepper stimulates the flow of saliva and the food is perceived more intensely.
The Toba Batak are majority Christian and not restricted to Islamic halal dietary law. Therefore many meals are made of pork but there are also halal batak dishes, mostly chicken and Toba lake fishes.
Indonesian cuisine is a collection of various regional culinary traditions that formed the archipelagic nation of Indonesia and most Indonesians prefer spicy food, greatly by region with many different influences.
Sumatran cuisine, for example, often has Middle Eastern influences, featuring curried meat and vegetables such as gulai and curry dishes. Elements of Chinese cuisine can be seen in foods such as noodles, meat balls, and spring rolls have been completely assimilated.
Indonesian dishes have rich flavours; most often described as savory, hot and spicy, and also combination of basic tastes such as sweet, salty, sour and bitter.