The shop is tiny, there are maybe chairs for about 10-12 people total. I'd definitely say this is a better place for takeout and quick bites.
The prices are all about less than $15 for entrees, which is pretty decent for the city.
One thing to note is that pretty much all of the dishes are vegetarian-friendly. Even though we got chicken for ours, so it's not a great example, but you can get fish, tofu, or mushroom as your protein for most, if not all, of the menu items.
My friend went with Nasi Campur Bali ($14.95), which is basically a sampler of everything. If you're not that familiar with Indonesian food, you may want to just check out this dish. It comes with sate lilit (satay skewer), lawar (mixed coconut, meat, veggies), sambal matah (kind of like a relish), tempeh, egg, peanuts, rice, and a tempeh cracker. You can also choose your protein (my friend chose chicken).
She was really pleased with everything in this dish.
This is just another view of the Nasi Campur Bali (house special.)