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Vegetarian Restaurant

Berikut resto vege daerah sunter…

Dapur Vegetarian
Jl. Danau Sunter Utara – Seberang Giant Hypermarket
–siap saji – tinggal pilih

RM Karunia
Jl. Taman Sunter Indah Ruko K1 – 1/22 Sunter (Dekat Danau Sunter 2)
t : 021 – 6500371
–siap saji – tinggal pilih

Foodcourt Rumah Sakit Royal Progress (d/h Medika Gria)
Jl. Danau Sunter Utara, Sunter Paradise I -Sunter
Tlp. 021 6450367

Lung Hua Vegetarian
Ruko samping Sunter Mall, Blok G-7 No. 9
t: 021 – 6505437, 6504620
–sebelah Lapo Ni Tondongta, makanan masak

Sunter Paramitha
Perumahan Metro Sunter Raya Blok E/I
t: 02106506462, f: 021-6506488
–masuk perumahan.. siap2 ktp 🙂

RM Chang Sow
Jl. Sunter Danau Agung 2, Blok E 10 no. 50/1 Tlp. 021 6459182
–konon expensive..

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