The Indonesian restaurant on Fushing (between Minsheng & Min Chuan) is called Pondok Mutiara - near the Chungshan Middle School MRT station.
taiwanfun.com/north/taipei/d … Pondok.htm
It is pretty good, and i used to eat lunch there a lot when I worked in the neighborhood, and it was very popular with the lunchtime crowd. Went back a few weeks ago and it is still good, but suffering a lot as many of the offices have relocated to the likes of Neihu, and World Trade Center/Warner area. This area also has a lot of newer/trendier eateries which make it look a little old fashioned.
The people are very nice and helpful, and they have been serving Indonesian food for a long time here. I am not sure how long they will be able to continue though as they were telling me that almost every day the restaurant doesn’t get much trade.
The lunch special is around NT$200 and includes gado gado (Indonesian salad with a spicy peanut dressing), rice dumplings stuffed with chicken, a nice fresh veg soup, a light chicken curry, satay and a juice or can of coke.
I can recommend the chicken in sweet and spicy soy, and the fried potato beef cake (deep fried potato and beef pasties not unlike you get in some UK chip shops but with nice asian flavour).