Palu is a chartered city (kota) on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, 1,650 kilometres (1,030 miles) northeast of Jakarta, at 0°54′S 119°50′E / 0.900°S 119.833°E / -0.900; 119.833Coordinates: 0°54′S 119°50′E / 0.900°S 119.833°E / -0.900; 119.833, at the mouth of Palu River. It is the capital of the province of Central Sulawesi on a long, narrow bay. Because of its sheltered position between mountain ridges, the climate is unusually dry. At the 2010 Census Palu had a population of around 336,300, not including those living in neighbouring regencies.
Things to do in Palu
4 based on 27 reviews
I came late Friday evening. Not many customers dine in that time but the restaurant staff gave warm welcome to our group. The environment is cozy and relaxing. There are several separated dining rooms suitable for lunch/dinner meeting or small party. Taste of the food is average.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
This is the only pizza Hut in town but doesn't deliver a good pizza. many food on the menu are unavailable.
4 based on 22 reviews
When Festival Teluk Palu 2014 was held, I invited by the Head of Tourism Department of Central Sulawesi Province to do a coverage about the event. Right after I am landed on Palu, I was picked up by the Tourism Department's staffs and they brought me to this restaurant to get some bite to eat. The meals provided here was looks and tastes good. One thing that make this restaurant different is they had Kaili's (one of the local tribes in Palu) menu.
3.5 based on 27 reviews
Banyak restoran Kaledo di Palu dan umumnya pemiliknya masih bersaudara satu sama lain. Resto Kaledo Abadi dikelola oleh ibu dari resto-resto kaledo yang lain seperti Stereo. Rasanya lezat. Kaledo atau kaki lembu donggala adalah menu wajib ketika berkunjung ke Palu.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
Maybe I just had a really bad luck, however when I came for a coffee and a dessert I was told that the coffee machine doesn't work plus I can't get the pancake with banana which I wanted to order for unknown reason. Anyway, I was offered iced black coffee instead of my espresso and pancake with ice cream,but the overall experience wasn't anything too exciting. But they offer some fried food,even a burger I believe if you feel like that.
4 based on 89 reviews
If you are meat-eater and happens to be in Palu, you definitely have to visit this place. The kaledo (kaki lembu donggala) beef bone soup is so delicious with spices, the meat so tender. You can request the soup with or without bones. Arrive early evening before it gets packed.
3.5 based on 8 reviews
It has captured the spirit of the same KillineyKopitiam in Singapore, but with a better view plus an additiional nightlife possibility.
It is spacious, comfy and have enough food variety just like the one in Singapore. The decor reflects the nostalgic kopitiams in Singapore, complete with the road signs and facade photo spread over the focal wall.
It is near the airport, so I would recommend those who are too early when approaching the airport to stop by and have a nice meal. Or for new arrivals to Palu.
3.5 based on 13 reviews
I took dinner with my friends here. The food are delicious enough and quickly ready. But the strength of this place is the atmosphere was very cozy and good for talking with friends. There were indoor table with AC and outdoor table.
4 based on 13 reviews
me and my cousin was longing for crab when we traveled in Palu! we wonder how difficult it could be, and we cant find it anywhere! that was quiet night enough 10.00 PM, and we decide to jump to these resto. we ordered Rica Fish (grilled), its delicious! Beansprout and daun kelor. and of course we ordered crab! before i ordered, i asked the waitress, how many crab that we will get? and she said 2 crab! so thats enough for 5 of us. but when it served on our table, the crab is just half of big crab and a quarter of small crab. I asked the same waitress why its just 2, and she said that is the big crab. yes thats just half of big crab. make sure that they dont cheat on you!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Uta Dada is a specialty dish of Palu, Central Sulawesi. It's made of rice cooked in a pouch made form weaving coconut leaves. It's usually eaten with a spicy, herbal (curry & others), chicken broth. This restaurant was situated on top of a hill overlooking the city of Palu and the bay - a very scenic eating place. The place itself is very modest and simple, but don't let this fools you. The restaurant was featured in the President magazine.
I tried the Uta Dada and also some grilled chicken. They were so yummy I went for a second helping.
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