A stroke of luck…

Somebody had a stroke of good luck – no, it wasn’t me, the born loser – and my girl chose to drop by here again for lunch last Saturday afternoon.

I had the teh tarek (pulled tea) with cincao (black grass jelly)…

Cafe IND teh tarek with cincao

…and their chicken vindaloo

Cafe IND chicken vindaloo

…with rice ( we had their mutton vindaloo once)…

Cafe IND chicken vindaloo with rice

…while my girl had their ginger tea and her usual, her favourite mutton biryani

Cafe IND mutton biryani

The mum stuck faithfully to her favourite kalio ayam

Cafe IND kalio ayam

…from their Indonesian menu with a special request for it to be super extra spicy and as always, we enjoyed our lunch to the max and rest assured we shall be coming back here again and again and again…

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.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

7 thoughts on “A stroke of luck…”

  1. I miss my mutton briyani, must have it when my cough gets better hee hee
    All the food here looks good, am sure that you guys enjoyed it very much

    I’ve heard of fruits that one can’t eat when having a cough – certain fruits to avoid when having a heaty cough and others a cold cough. Never heard of not eating mutton biryani but yes, mutton is heaty, that I know.

  2. The pyramid shape rice is interesting. I usually see rounded ones or stars but never a pyramid unless it is a nasi lemak bungkus.

    It’s nice to have a place that is consistently good. It will really keep diners returning.

    I do know that many use a funnel so the rice is conical – one place here used a heart mould, don’t think I’ve seen stars around here.
    Yes, good quality control is very important – that is why I am not a fan of franchise places – may vary from one outlet to another and even at the same outlet, may be good one day, not great on another day.

  3. teh tarek (pulled tea) with cincao (black grass jelly)…

    I’ll have to do some research on these! LOVE learning about stuff when I visit your site!

    Yes, we do have a lot of things unique to us here, vice versa.

  4. I guess your missus had a stroke of good luck. Of all, I like the kalio ayam, that much I can say.

    Bingo! My missus’ favourite, that kalio ayam – will have it again and again and again everytime we drop by here.

  5. Very good food. I would enjoy all that, just don’t know which one to choose hee…hee…

    Go for the Indonesian. You have nice Indian there but I have not seen anybody blogging about nice Indonesian places there. I loved the Indonesian nasi padang in Singapore but that was a long long time ago.

  6. The best when everyone enjoys the food that they love and everything is as it is.

    See if I have stroke of luck or not, I haven’t been here. Always wanted to try back then but no chance as my kids not into those food. Hopefully this round, I am lucky enough to taste the food. ^^

    They can have some of the things on the menu like cheese naan and the tandoori chicken is nice, anytime nicer than roast chicken. They also have fried noodles, Indonesian style, that kind of things.

  7. i’m still not sure i’ve ever tried kalio ayam before – someday, i hope! 🙂

    It is very nice, different from our usual Malay(sian) curry or Indian curry – a class of its own. Somehow I have not seen anybody blogging about a nice place serving Indonesian cuisine in KL or Selangor. I do like Indonesian, the nasi padang is the bomb!

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