I’m actually quite excited to share Gado Gado. It brought me unique food experience as it is my first time having Indonesia food in Montreal!
This was a tasty beef jerky! Nicely marinated. But it was too wet, it would taste 10x times if they bake it a big longer in the oven to dry and harden it a bit more. I could imagine people pairing this with a beer!
This was a traditional Indonesia salad but I found it unremarkable.
This is a steamed bun with pork. Definitely for those fatty pork lovers! As for me, it was just ok…I wished the pork was even more marinated, then maybe I would enjoy it more, and not feeling guilty the chunk of fats I just digested.
Looking at this just reminded me how much goosebumps it gave me! This is fried chicken skin! I just cannot… All for Mr.Butter. If I remembered well, he said the skin was too “oily”, in the sense that it wasn’t fried drily.
This dish was what my sister recommended. It has a similar taste as Shanghai noodles, but much thinner. It was good…until I ate the next dishes that I found this particular dish was nothing to praise about!
I LOVED THIS! It was my very favorite dish of the evening. The soup was heavily infused with green curry( I think it was green curry…). The noodle was perfectly cooked, so chewy! I couldn’t get over with the soup though, I really wanted to bring the remaining soup to home so I can make another noodles soup for the next day. Not to mention, the soup pairs well with rice too!
Another solid curry dish! The lamb was so soaked in curry goodness. So riiiiich. I know it’s good curry when my mom would want a bowl of rice just so she can layer the curry on top of the rice.
These brochettes were tasty and nicely grilled! Tender as well! On a side note, I really like those finely cut vegetables served with the dishes – somehow I really like how they tasted.
Cute layered cake! Served warm. I believe it’s made with coconut (and excuse me, the name of the dessert may be wrong…) It wasn’t impressive, but good enough to end the supper nicely!
Also ordered this sponge cake because we were curious! I was quite surprised that I enjoyed it. Very moist!
Although I was not in heaven throughout my seating, the Laksa itself was enough to make me all giddy! I checked their facebook, and they seem to have even more interesting dishes that I hadn’t had the chance to try yet!
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