First Ever Gourmet Indomie Cafe Hits Our Shores! (Well.. Almost, Anyway)

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There’s no Indomie cafe in Singapore, but before you close this page, hear us out! The said Indomie cafe is actually in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. And while you can find Indomie dishes served all over the streets of Indonesia, the same cannot be said for our neighbour (and much less Singapore). Newly opened in August this year, Indobowl is the very first Indomie cafe in Malaysia, serving up many variations of the world’s favourite instant noodles.

Fun fact: Indomie literally means “Indonesian Noodles” in Bahasa Indonesia, and it is sold in Australia, Asia, Africa, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Europe, Philippines, and Middle Eastern countries.

Homemade Chilli: A Spicy Spin on the Dish

Indobowl may have gotten off to a good start thanks to the sheer number of Indomie fans, but another noteworthy “dish” that’s helping to keep the crowds is the delicious homemade sambal chilli. They come in redspicy, with extra kickand greenflavourful, without the spiciness.

Used to eating Indomie with just a fried egg and nothing else? At Indobowl, you can pair the Mi Goreng with super drool-worthy toppings like chicken, lamb, ribeye steak, and more. There’s even a hearty 4-pax platter for friends and families.

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Give Me My Indomie!

Address: 72, Lake Fields, Jalan Tasik Utama 7, Sungai Besi, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening hours: 10am to 10pm

To avoid disappointment, we strongly recommend checking Indobowl’s Facebook page before making your way down. The noodles sell like hotcakes, and sometimes sell out by afternoon!

Note: The establishment is currently awaiting its halal-certification, but claims that all its ingredients and meats are 100 percent halal and pork-free.

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Image credits: Indobowl