Come back again…

This place

The Cafe Ind Sibu

…was closed when we dropped by the 2nd day of the Gawai Dayak holidays so we went to this Taiwan-franchise place instead.

Well, we made our way back there again last week and for the uninititated, this is where one can get authentic Indian and Indonesian cuisines here, both under one roof – they have two separate kitchens and three menus – one Indian, one Indonesian and one for drinks. As for the location, it is along Lai Chee Lane, right behind the sole BSN branch in Sibu.

I did not notice these before…


…and I thought that was a nice idea, using those kitchen utensils to hold up the creepers and potted plants.

My missus had this fried kway teow or flat rice noodles (RM13.00)…

Cafe Ind fried kway teow

…from the Indonesian menu with a special request for it to be extra spicy and she even asked for sliced cili padi to go with it so of course, she enjoyed that to the max.

I had the tandoori chicken with rice (RM16.50)…

Cafe Ind tandoori chicken with rice

– not my first time having this and yes, and it was as nice as always. My missus went and sat at a table inside, the air-conditioned section, and my girl followed her – I am not all that fond of the choice as it is a little dim so that would make it hard to take nice photographs knowing the limitations of my small digicam. The one I have in this earlier post of the same sure looks a lot nicer – we were sitting outside that day.

My girl had the tandoori chicken paratha (RM11.00)…

Cafe Ind tandoori chicken paratha

…for a change instead of her usual lamb curry bryani rice and she liked it. She also loved the Indian curried potato salad…

Cafe Ind Indian curried potato salad

…that came with it and also the raita that was in my set – I have yet to acquire a taste for it so I passed that to her.

They have increased the prices of everything in their menus but rightfully so, I would say, considering that of late, the prices of everything have been shooting up like nobody’s business. It is perfectly all right by me as long as they are able to maintain the quality of everything served here to ensure value for money and that is one thing that I can say each time we drop by – we always feel that what we have here is consistently good and we sure would not mind coming again and again.

The bill that day came up to RM48.50 and the boss was kind enough to round it up to RM45.00. That sure deserves another double thumbs up…and we sure enjoyed what we had a lot more than our orders at the Taiwan chicken place that day for over RM48.00 but of course, others may choose to differ – like I always say, to each his own!