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While nasi ambeng is currently enjoying a resurgence in the heartlands, Mamanda’s authentic version of this celebratory Javanese dish remains our pick. Located at the historic Sultan Gate, the restaurant’s palatial surroundings – it is housed in a mansion built in 1840 that was once home to Tengku Mahmud – befits this traditional meal of different meats and vegetables, like beef rendang, urap and sambal goreng served in a dulang (tray) and surrounded by a large mould of rice.