Former Lassi Space Is Reborn As Satay Junction

This week Brick Lane Curry House owner Sati Sharma and manager Vivek Deora teamed up with Raj Dodani (partner in Newark sister restaurant Partha Junction) to open a sixteen-seat Indonesian joint at 28 Greenwich Avenue (clearly they weren’t dissuaded by former tenant Heather Carlucci-Rodriguez of bygone Lassi calling the landlord a “schmuck”). As you might guess, the new place specializes in meat, fish, and veggies on a stick, and other street foods as interpreted by chef Durayati Djunaedi, who grew up in Jakarta and has spent her most recent years cooking traditional made-from-scratch Indonesian food for weddings and events in Israel. Hours are Sunday to Thursday, noon till 11 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from noon till 1 a.m. Prices (as listed on the menu) are decidedly NYU-friendly.

Mee Bakso (cup/bowl) 4/7
meatball soup, noodles
have it as an entrée 9

Soto Ayam (cup/bowl) 4/7
spicy chicken soup, vermicelli
Sop Tofu (cup/bowl) 4/7
Gado Gado 6
steamed vegetables, medium spicy peanut sauce

Siomay 7
steamed vegetables, fish balls, peanut sauce

Satay’s served w/peanut sauce and acar
Vegetarian $7/Meat $9/ Seafood $11
Satay Combos
Pick any three 5
Pick any five 9

Satay Choices: chicken, beef, pork, fish (MP), lamb, shrimp, vegetable, tofu


Nasi Goreng 4 / 6 / 6 / 9 / 11
fried rice - choice of vegetable, chicken, beef, pork or shrimp

Mee Goreng 4 / 6 / 6 / 9 / 11
pan seared flat noodles - choice of vegetable, chicken, beef, pork or shrimp

Pisang Goreng 3
fried banana, vanilla ice cream, honey
Cassava cake 3
baked cassava, grated coconut

Es Alpukat 4
avocado juice, splash of chocolate
Es Kelapa Muda 3
tender coconut juice
Es Teller 3
young coconut juice, seaweed jelly, jack fruit, coconut milk

Es Teh Manis 2
jasmine tea, sugar, ice
Beer 5
Wine 6


Trio 3
Sweet sambal, spicy sambal, acar

Krupuk Udang/Putih 2
shrimp/plain tapioca crackers

Tahu Goreng 3
crispy tofu

Bumbu Kacang 3
peanut sauce

Seasonal Greens 3
Usually simply garlic sautéed

28 Greenwich Ave., nr. W. 10th St.; 212-929-9400

Former Lassi Space Is Reborn As Satay Junction