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Sunday, October 05, 2014

[Food Review] IndoChili

INDOCHILI

Located along Zion Road, the owner of Java Kitchen Group, Mdm Wahyuningsih was inspired by her grandmother and God to create dishes using lots of herbs and spices proven to be very beneficial to health.

 IndoChili is a halal certified restaurant and is one of the rare restaurants in Singapore that brings you authentic, nutritious and traditional Indonesian food with a rich heritage.


Rustic, traditional decor of the restaurant gives it a very Javanese ambience to this place. I feel like I'm dining in Indonesia!

Jus Alpukat ($5.80), fresh avocado juice with chocolate syrup. An incredible combination that makes a very creamy and refreshing beverage. I strongly recommend this among all the other beverages here.

Sate Ayam Madura ($7.80). In Indonesian, the term, “sate” means a dish of marinated, skewered and grilled meats, served with a sauce or no sauce. Sate here is a popular item on the menu and meat is very tender with the grilled smokey flavour and sweet aroma from the sauce.

Tahu Telor ($8.80) This may not look too impressive but don't judge a book by its cover. Tahu Telor was deep-fried till puffy, creating a delectable textural contrast with the beancurd and the dark luscious chunky peanuts. 

Tumpeng Mini ($9.80). Inspired by the Javanese royal tradition, this tumpeng miniature us a special -dish that is not only famous due to its tradition but because it is truly delicious. The mountain-like shape of the extremely fragrant yellow rice symbolizes the gratitude and reverence of the Javanese towards God. Served together with ayam bumbu rujak, perkedel, potato peanut and pickles, a good mix of meat and vegetables.

Combo bakaran ($42.80). A heaping serve of grilled pomfret, squid, prawn, satay and chicken. Was very impressed by the grilled pomfret (Ikan Bakar Kecap) all covered in kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) which also comes in as a single dish itself. Prawns were also fresh and sweet.

Sop Buntut ($14.80). This was my favourite dish of all and it's a must order when you are here. A robust oxtail soup whose acidity can be managed with some squirts of lime and sambal belachan. Soup is light and clear without odour and very aromatic. I personally like it with more lime for their sourish kick.

IndoChili
54 Zion Road
Singapore 247779
Tel: +65 64451766
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IndoChili
Website: http://www.indochili.com/
Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line), Tiong Bahru (EW Line), Orchard (NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Thu, Sun: 1130am -10pm
Fri-Sat: 1130am - 1030pm







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