You might be surprised to find a funky Balinese eatery alongside the Sai-gawa River, but the gado-gado (vegetables in a spicy sauce), nasi goreng (Indonesian-style fried rice), or chicken satay (grilled on a skewer, with peanut sauce) prove that it's the real deal. Indonesian beer and mango ice cream are also available. After dinner the atmosphere gets quite lively, as the place stays open past midnight during the week and until 4:30 am on weekends.
From Kata-machi Scramble (the area's central intersection), turn right just before Sai-gawa Bridge, and follow the narrow lane along the river.
2–31–30 Kata-machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa-ken, 920-0981, Japan