TGIF... as usual, dine out is a must! Was so excited to have dinner in Obaltan city with Mr.N & Ms.P. Unfortunately Bebski was too tired that we cancelled the meeting with them and instead went to MKB near our place.
MKB serves a variety of indonesian food traditionally comes from Bandung which is East of Java, with noodle being their signature dish, they also have nasi goreng, beef rendang, satays and indonesian soups.
It was a full house when we got there at ard 6.30PM, luckily we got a table!
The restaurant is full of mostly indonesian, you can hear everyone was chatting and reading indonesian magazine.. Arghh.. Feels like home ^^
The essentials for Noodle and any dish ~~ Chilliiiiiiiii !! We also like our sweet soy sauce to accompany the fried snacks or the satays.
Our favourite starter, the Misoa Goreng or Deep fried rice noodle and vegetable fritter. Crisp on the outside and soft and moist in the inside. Its hard to describe the flavour ;p Eaten with the mild spicy peanut sauce..
|Yamine Manis $7.50|
|MIne Panorama $9.50|
Es Markisa / Passionfruit drink, A refreshing sweet drink. Small glass though hehe..
|Es Markisa $3|
I also like their Loh mie Bandung is a Bandung style egg noodle with gravy sauce topped with mince chicken, beansprout, mushrooms, fish balls and beef balls. The gravy is thicker than Thai gravy and the fried shallot in it complement the gravy very well.
Another Famous dish from bandung is Batagor / Fried tofu fish cake covered with spicy peanut sauce and drizzled with sweet soy sauce / kecap manis. Crispy coating, chewy fishcake and soft tofu. Nothing better than this before the noodlesssss ~~
Bebski ordered this once. It was nothing special. :) Coto Makasar, A typical indonesian beef base soup with a combination of diced beef and beef tripe. The best seller for this kind of dish are the hawkers!
Overall, MKB serves a cheap and tasty dishes. Service can be quite slow when the restaurant is full. But don't worry, the noodle is the best I've tasted anywhere in Sydney :) Not to forget the chillies!