Gado-Gado is usually referred as Indonesian Salad. It is made of various vegetables poured with peanut sauce. My wife loves Gado-Gado at this restaurant because it does not use bean sprout and it also contains tempe (i.e. fermented soy bean) and tofu.
My dad ordered Nasi Rawon. The item came with rice, sambal goreng, cucumber, abon, and a bowl of Rawon meat soup. My wife ordered Nasi Campur; the rice came with more items compare to Nasi Rawon. Her Nasi Campur also came with a bowl of Rawon meat soup. I believe Makassar is the only city in Indonesia that sells Nasi Campur with Rawon meat soup.
My mom and I ordered Soto Banjar. It contains chicken meat, egg, noodle, lontong, and perkedel. The taste is similar to Soto Ayam, but Soto Ayam has stronger spices. I accidentally put too much chily on my soup and it's pretty hard to describe the original taste. However, I like it and I will definitely visit this place again in the future.