Go there…

Yes, yes…I know I’ve been blogging about this place ever so often these days but last week, while he was still in town, my brother said he would like to go there and check it out and that was why we dropped by for lunch that afternoon.

Well, I sure was not in the least surprised that my missus wanted the kalio ayam (RM14.50)…

Cafe IND kalio ayam
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…again, her obvious favourite here. My brother did try a bit of the gravy and he loved it.

I strongly recommended the opor ayam (RM14.50)…

Cafe IND opor ayam
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– the white curry, to my sister and she took my word for it and yes, she liked it.

My brother had their beef rendang rice set…

Cafe IND beef rendang
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…and he said it was good too.

As for me, I had something from their Indian menu, the fish curry with basmati rice (RM16.50)…

Cafe IND fish curry rice

I did not ask for a switch to biryani as I wanted to enjoy the very nice Indian curry gravy with the rice – it would surely drown out the taste of the biryani and that would be such a waste. I’m not too sure but I think you would need to fork out an extra RM2.00 to ask for the change.

The fish curry…

Cafe IND fish curry

…was really great, one thick slab of ikan tenggiri (mackerel) with a bit of brinjal and ladies fingers in it.

When I wanted to pay for our lunch, the generous boss said that it was on the house – his special treat for my brother, all the way from Auckland, New Zealand. That certainly was so very nice of him.

My girl, all cooped up in her school in the jungle at the time, was grumbling away when she heard that we went there for lunch, she loves the food here a lot too so I guess we would be going back there again…real soon! LOL!!!

CAFE IND (2.290813, 111.829294) is located along Laichee Lane, right behind one block of shops facing the main road (Jalan Kampung Nyabor) where the Bank Simpanan Nasional, Sibu branch (2.290561, 111.829071), is located.