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More Indonesian for South Philly: Ramayana Now Open in EPX

Check out the very affordable and very veg-friendly menu for the new cafe.

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East Passyunk Crossing has a new Indonesian restaurant called Ramayana, and the Passyunk Post dropped by for some pictures of the space, which used to be Toyotomi sushi. This new cafe is from the same owner as Ramayana grocery store at Seventh and Tasker, and reportedly opened on October 8, with plans to hold a grand opening in mid-November.

The menu (posted below) is already very vegetarian-friendly, but according to their Facebook page, they'll happily sub in tofu or tempeh to make any dish on the menu meat-free. Or, go another way entirely and play meat roulette by ordering a plate of "seasoned chicken innards." Nothing on the regular menu is more than $7; the Post reports that they also do catering and offer up some additional daily specials and snacks.

Ramayana is open from noon to 8 p.m. daily.

Ramayana Menu

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