Risk is something that's usually reserved for Summer nights at your grandparents' house after they've tired of Stratego, unless you're the crew behind Cloves (quietly opened in the former Wanna Noodle space), and you're unafraid to serve up frog legs and other eclectic dishes designed to give eaters a "taste of Indonesia", even if they're Singa-poor.
If you like your dishes like you like your Disney movies, under the sea options range from grilled squid w/ sweet butter sauce, to mad prawn joints, including one stir-fried with a "sweet and sour dark sauce" and another in a spicy tomato-basil concoction. Smaller bites include satay chicken w/ peanut sauce, oxtail soup, and Bakwan Jagung, or corn fritters that, if spelled with a 'K', are typically followed by "away the last of their popularity by refusing to stop making music after 1999".
If that's not enough, you probably look great in those shorter swimsuits that are trendy right now, but that's OK 'cause they've also got rice/noodle dishes like an egg/onion cracker-topped Indonesian Fried Rice, and fried noodles cooked "Island-Style", also a bold Risk strategy practiced by those who start the game conquering Australia.
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