Considerably less than a calendar year after opening, Warung Siska — a unusual specialist in Indonesian delicacies — has shuttered its doors in downtown Redwood City, a target of the ongoing staffing crisis in the hospitality sector.
“Opening and running a restaurant at any time is a problem. Executing so in the course of a 2-12 months-very long-moreover pandemic has made it an endless obstacle system,” restaurateurs Anne Le Ziblatt and Ervan Lim explained in their announcement.
They had teamed up with chef Siska Silitonga, who operated the popular ChiliCali food items truck in San Francisco, to introduce the Bay Region to the bold flavors of Indonesia’s 17,000 islands. Lim and Silitonga are natives of Indonesia Le Ziblatt, who had lived in Jakarta as a little one, made the decision to transform her Nam Vietnamese Brasserie into the new strategy past year.
They launched the cafe in July and offered many holiday break gatherings, including a Balinese feast final drop and special meals for New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Working day.
“We are happy to have shared their interpretation of fashionable Indonesian food with the Bay Region and thank you all for your kindness and assist,” the homeowners claimed in their note.
Silitonga, who left the cafe before this yr, advised Eater SF she is cooking at pop-ups and other activities even though checking out programs for a new restaurant that could possibly also serve as an Indonesian cultural middle.