ONLY one Indonesian restaurant ranks a place in the local 'foodie' bible, the Tatler's Hong Kong's Best Restaurants' Guide. The Java Rijsttafel in Hankow Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, earned a place last year under the 'I know this little place' category. Presumably the inclusion was merited on the quality of its Indonesian cuisine. But, even if it were not, the Java Rijsttafel probably deserved a commendation if only for having a distinguishable name. The biggest problem with local Indonesian restaurants is the similarity of their names. The oldest is the New Indonesian Restaurant in Kowloon, while the newest is the New Indonesian Restaurant in Causeway Bay. And, if two were company, three is certainly a crowd when the New Indonesia Restaurant in Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay, is taken into account. Not surprisingly, a legal tussle has erupted between the owners of these New Indonesia Restaurants and it will be up to the courts to decide which one is allowed to keep the name. In the meantime, confusing matters further, just a few doors away from the Lockhart Road version is the similarly named Indonesia Restaurant. This one has a twin across the harbour as well, the Indonesia Restaurant in Granville Road. Meanwhile, Tjen Irwin, the owner of the Indonesia Restaurant in Causeway Bay, must have allowed his imagination to run wild when he opened Hong Kong's newest Indonesian restaurant in nearby Kyoto Plaza. With an original juxtaposition of popular descriptions for the national cuisine he came up with . . . Restaurant Indonesia. His advice to those with dining appointments at any of the above? Check the addresses carefully and make a note of the telephone number just in case . . . and do not bother trying to explain any of this to a taxi driver.