MENU // Nasi Campur

Nasi Putih // Steamed white rice
Nasi Goreng // Fried Rice with garnishes
Rendang Padang // Spiced Beef in a rich coconut sauce from Padang, Sumatra
Tahu Kecap Kudas // Fried Tofu in Sweet Soy Sauce from Kudas, West Java
Bakso Bakar // Chicken, Beef & Tapioca Meatballs, skewered & roasted
Ayam Goreng Kuning // Chicken Wings, marinated in tamarind & spices, poached in coconut water and then fried!
Bakwan Jagung // Corn Fritters
Otak Otak // Coconut Fish Cakes from Kalimantan
Taugeh Goreng // Stir-Fried Bean Sprouts
Gudeg Jogja // Yogyakarta Jackfruit Stew
Gado Gado // Mixed vegetable salad with tempeh, boiled eggs, fried shalllots and peanut sauce from Java.
Krupuk // Deep Fried fish crackers

Sambal // Hot Sauce
Sambel Matah // Raw Balinese Sambal
Ketjap Manis // Sweet Soy Sauce
Acar // Family Table Pickle from Gorontalo, Sulawesi

Lapis Legit // Spiced Layer Cake
Kue Nastar //Pineapple cookies
Gemblong // Deep Fried Sticky Rice Dumpling coated in caramel
Buah // Fresh Fruit

Bintang // Complementary Indonesian beer, it wouldn’t be right without a Bintang in hand!
Teh Manis // Sweet Jasmine Iced Tea inspired by Teh Botol
Kopi Lethok // Coffee with Coconut Milk from Ngawi, a city in East Java.

*subject to change without notice

EVENT // Nasi Campur – Indonesian Street Food Lunch

My brother is currently stuck in Bali because of the latest volcano action (not that he’d be complaining). My sister lives for her annual Indonesian escapes from reality. Mum recently returned home from two years travelling Asia then living in Bali. She hasn’t stopped asking me to make her Beef Rendang and Sambal since stepping onto Australian soil. Obviously, I wouldn’t make it just for her, so you’re all invited!

Nasi Campur is what she ate every day, rice and an ever changing series of dishes. Indonesian food is so diverse with many different influences over the centuries from Indian, Chinese, Arab, Portuguese, Spanish, English and Dutch. All in all this has made Indonesian food one of the most vibrant and colourful cuisines in the world, full of intense flavours.

It wouldn’t be right without a Bintang in hand, so the Bintangs are on me!

Selamat Makan!
(Indonesian for bon appétit)

Date: 12pm, Sunday 29th November 2015
Location: South Gold Coast. Exact location only disclosed after payment, usually a few days before the event.
$35 donation, all inclusive. BYO welcome.

Book & Prepay: Please RSVP using the form below and we will send you the PayPal link. Your booking is finalised after payment is received.

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