Malaysia's First INDOMIE Cafe
The Ultimate Mumbo Jumbo
Attention! Calling all IndoMie fans out there, if you still have not heard about IndoBowl, Malaysia's First INDOMIE Cafe in town then you're real 'out' lei! This latest craze of eating IndoMie noodles loaded with a variety of mouth-watering dishes such as steak, chicken chop, lamb chop, and sate went viral the beginning of this September, resulting in long queues, full house with many foodies coming from near and far to try out this noodles cafe.
Watch This Noodle-Licious Video
More Yummy Video Of Mambo Jumbo Platter
With IndoBowl now, you can enjoy your curly and springy noodles to the max with add-ons such as beef ribs, chicken chop, lamb chop, satay, prawns, and even salmon. The crowd favourite has to be the massive serving of 'Mumbo Jumbo Platter'!
More Chicken Chop
This delicious platter of Indomie comes complete with sate, chicken chop, steak, and ribs - topped four runny sunny side up for the extra decadence!
The Mumbo Jumbo Platter With Red & Green Sambal
The ultimate star in all their serving is their very special housemade quintessential red and green sambal. The red sambal is the spicier variant while the green is more subtle yet fragrant. Both pairs very well with the IndoMie and if you are looking for an extra kick of spiciness, then go for the red sambal for the ultimate challenge. I believe it's the authentic Indonesia-style condiments that gives these dishes the winning flavour!
Well, apart from the Indomie dishes, (if you don't like Indomie), they offer a wide choice of tasty rice dishes just to fill up your hungry tummy. Try their Signature fried rice, a crowd favourite for many dining at IndoBowl.
Indomie Signature Sambal
Pricewise is pretty affordable within the range of RM 10 with as low as RM 6 for a traditional basic Indomie, Indomie Signature Sambal, that comes with sunny side up.
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During this tasting, I didn't have the chance to try Indobowl's rice dishes but nevertheless, my daughter's recommendation was to try their Nasi Iga, a braised beef short ribs rice served with special Indonesian sambal.
Crowded As Usual
IndoBowl Malaysia's First INDOMIE Cafe @ Lake Fields Sungai Besi Kuala Lumpur