Fan of Indomie?
If you are, I’ve got good news for you.
No, great news.
No, simply BRILLIANT NEWS.
For the God of Instant Noodles (sorry Maggi, your throne has been taken) has descended on us, in the shiny, holy form of a cafe in Malaysia.
Called Indobowl, they have dedicated their entire ‘cooking bible’ to the sacred art of… you guessed it, the worldwide phenomenon that’s Indomie.
Like seriously, did you know that Nigeria actually named their version of the word ‘Noodles’ Indomie?
What can you expect from the cafe?
There will be a variety of side dishes such as beef ribs, chicken chop and seafood accompanying your Indomie dish.
As well as green (fragrant) and red (spicy) sambal that really gets you ticklish.
And if you for some weird reason got tired of Indomie, you can opt for their rice dishes and Signature fried rice!
Prices are reasonable too; most of what’s available on the menu can be poached somewhere around the range of RM 10 (S$ 3.33). That’s a practical steal for heaven in your mouth.
That’s a practical steal for heaven in your mouth.
And don’t worry, my Halal friends, they’ve got you covered with a ‘No Pork No Lard’ guarantee.
If you’re the ‘must see then can believe’ kind like my friend Syafiq, then you would just have to wait a bit, for they are already applying for a Halal cert!
Sometimes, words just don’t do the food justice. So let’s indulge in some mouth-watering #foodporn, shall we?
I want that plate. For Christmas.
What’s that noise? Is it an earthquake?
Oh, it’s just my stomach.
And you know what’s even better than Indomie?
Indomie with giveaways!
SIMPLY LIKE the hyperlinked Facebook PAGE, TAG & SHARE THE POST TO WIN!
5x RM100 cash vouchers
10x RM50 cash vouchers
Before you start your 72km route march for the Indomie, let us just disclose the location for you guys.
72, Lake Fields, Jalan Tasik Utama 7, Sungai Besi, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Operating hours: 10 am – 10 pm DAILY
Good luck, trekkers. Salvage some for us far-landers to try!
It kind of sucks for us Singaporeans right now, huh?
First the Char Kuay Teow burger, now the Indomie Cafe. And just when I wonder why our neighbours get the best things, I suddenly remember the magical ‘Nasi Lemak Burger’.
Now I can kind of relate to how the Malaysians felt when we had that Singapore-exclusive delicacy.
C’mon Singapore, time to up your game! Let’s have a Carrot Cake burger. Or a Hokkien Mee burger. Or something that’s so delicious the smell will waft over to Malaysia.
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