Siti Sarah is a Malay Indonesian restaurant located in Itaewon area. Precisely Seoul-si Youngsan-gu Itaewon-dong 137-48. From the Itaewon subway station exit number 3 goes to the T-junction. At the T-junction turn right. In the second T-junction turn left in the direction of the central mosque, on the left side of the street there is a restaurant Siti Sarah. With sunflower shades, shades of orange and yellow, as well as a symbol of the sun illuminating the world, there is a cozy restaurant Siti Sarah.
The Siti Sarah restaurant was established on 1 September 2012 and was inaugurated by the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia. Siti Sarah is the name of one of the wives of Prophet Ibrahim who gave birth to Prophet Isaac in his old age. Meanwhile, Siti Sarah was the wife of the Prophet Ibrahim, who gave birth to Ishmael. The two women are a true Muslim who fought in the cause of Allah.
The Siti Sarah restaurant provides Indonesia and Malay food and beverage. Favorite dishes from the restaurant Siti Sarah are Rending and Sweet & Sour carp. Two of these dishes are much favored the visitors, however, other cuisines are also no less delicious. Meanwhile, the visitor favorite beverages are The Tarik and Coconut Ice.
For groups that come in, the restaurant Siti Sarah can provide in the form of buffet food at very affordable and cheap. To order for group, please contact Siti Sarah restaurant minimum two days prior to the 02) 796-8515 or 02) 796-8516. If the group wants to keep coming in the form of a la carte dining, the gladly Siti Sarah restaurant is ready to serve. Since it was first established, diners who ate at the restaurant Siti Sarah comes from the Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Indonesia, Korea, Japan, USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Sudan, Yemen, Syria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, and others. Many repeaters who come regularly eat at the Siti Sarah restaurant. To prove the delicious cuisine in the Siti Sarah restaurant, please come to eat to Siti Sarah Restaurant at Itaewon, Seoul, South Korea.