Introducing Bali Kitchen

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Jazz Pasay, the owner of Bali Kitchen, is a warm and put together individual who is a confluence of Indonesian Culture.

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About Us

Launched in December 2017 by Ajay Ravindranathan (an immigrant himself), Uncle Sam’s Immigrant Café is a San Francisco/Bay Area 501c3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to build cultural awareness in the American population and promote the businesses of our immigrant restaurateurs. We invite readers to patronize the restaurants posted to our site.

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Recent Reviews

Meet Our Restaurateurs!

Han Lao

In quintessential St. Louis fashion, no matter what street you take you will likely find yourself surrounded by restaurants serving various types of cuisine. If that street you took happens to be Hanley Road just off the highway that takes you to downtown St. Louis, then you may find yourself looking at a sign advertising […]

Mrs. Potato a Brazilian potato house

Mrs. Potato Restaurant – Brazilian Potato House

To wander inside of Mrs. Potato, a Brazilian potato house tucked into Southwest Orlando, you’d never imagine from the modest decor and cozy atmosphere that this restaurant was showcased in an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives when Guy Fieri chose Orlando as his featured “Flavortown” in 2017. Carne Seca “I hope you’re hungry,” says […]

Abyssinian Cuisine

Abyssinian Restaurant

As I walked eagerly over to my destination, I began to feel the chill of the night air as the sun descended behind the clouds. The dusk from the evening sun just lightly illuminating the restaurant’s sign. Ethiopian Eritrean Abyssinian Cuisine. I was prompt to catch the owners of the restaurant at the opening. While […]