There’s An Indomie Cafe In Kuala Lumpur And We Can’t Wait To Try It

If you’ve ever had Indomie at a mamak or cooked your own, you know how yummy that one packet of Indonesian noodles is.

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You may recognise IndoBowl as being a part of Tryst SS15 in Subang. Just a couple of months ago, they came out on their own to open what they claim is Malaysia’s first Indomie cafe in Malaysia. Already so delicious on its own, imagine having Indomie with add-ons such as chicken chop, lamb chop, satay, prawns, and even salmon (there are many more options)!

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You must also try their signature red and green sambal. Get the red sambal if you’re OK with spicy food; green is for the less brave! Both are said to be really delicious and perfect with the noodles.

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Due to the overwhelming response from Malaysians keen to get their hands on a plate, stay updated on what’s still available through their social media platforms, as they do sell out quite fast.

Facebook: IndoBowlOfficial

Instagram: IndoBowl

Location: 72, Jalan Tasik Utama 7, Lakesfield, Sungai Besi Kuala Lumpur 57000

Opening hours: 10am-10pm

*Featured image credit: IndoBowlOfficial Facebook

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