Less than a 12 months after opening, Warung Siska — a exceptional specialist in Indonesian delicacies — has shuttered its doors in downtown Redwood Metropolis, a sufferer of the ongoing staffing disaster in the hospitality field.
“Opening and functioning a restaurant at any time is a challenge. Executing so during a 2-12 months-very long-additionally pandemic has produced it an endless impediment training course,” restaurateurs Anne Le Ziblatt and Ervan Lim explained in their announcement.
They experienced teamed up with chef Siska Silitonga, who operated the popular ChiliCali food stuff truck in San Francisco, to introduce the Bay Spot to the daring flavors of Indonesia’s 17,000 islands. Lim and Silitonga are natives of Indonesia Le Ziblatt, who had lived in Jakarta as a youngster, made a decision to remodel her Nam Vietnamese Brasserie into the new principle past yr.
They introduced the cafe in July and supplied a lot of holiday break events, which include a Balinese feast past tumble and specific meals for New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day.
“We are very pleased to have shared their interpretation of modern day Indonesian foodstuff with the Bay Area and thank you all for your kindness and aid,” the proprietors stated in their notice.
Silitonga, who remaining the cafe before this year, instructed Eater SF she is cooking at pop-ups and other situations though checking out strategies for a new cafe that may well also provide as an Indonesian cultural center.