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Bar Batavia is Little Sister’s new cocktail lounge

(Image: Renée Suen)
(Image: Renée Suen)

Toronto’s only Indonesian restaurant is now home to Toronto’s only Dutch-Indonesian cocktail bar. Named after the colonial capital of what was once the Dutch East Indies (now known as Jakarta, Indonesia), Bar Batavia is Little Sister’s new upstairs lounge, serving signature drinks alongside Dutch-Indo bar snacks. Right now, guests can munch on things like satays and shrimp chips with peanut sauce, but the new year will bring in more Dutch favourites, like a unique take on nachos and something called “cheese toasties” (better known around these parts as “grilled cheese sandwiches”).

(Image: Renée Suen)
(Image: Renée Suen)

For F...ernet’s Sake: Fernet Branca, Flor de Cana 12 Anos, cola flavour. $12.

(Image: Renée Suen)
(Image: Renée Suen)

The Devil’s Right Hand: Tromba Reposado, seasonal berries, chili tincture. $15.

(Image: Renée Suen)
(Image: Renée Suen)

The Third One Down: Bushmill’s Black Bush, Averna, Campari, earl grey. $12.

(Image: Renée Suen)
(Image: Renée Suen)

House-made gaufrettes (so, waffle chips), sambal oelek cheese sauce, smoked lardons and pickled chilies. $8.

(Image: Renée Suen)
(Image: Renée Suen)

Cumin-spiced cheese toastie with house pickles and Indonesian ketchup. $8.

2031 Yonge St., 2nd floor, 416-488-2031, barbataviato.com, @barbataviato

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