This is not a drill. There is now an Indomie restaurant open in Malaysia.

Folks who have been there say the sambal makes it even better.

By Sulaiman Daud | September 3, 2017

Depending on who you ask, Indomie is either just another processed food snack OR THE MOST INSANELY DELICIOUS THING ON THE PLANET.

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How popular is Indomie? It’s not just a Southeast Asian phenomenon, it’s gone worldwide. Indomie can be found on five of the seven continents. The word for “noodles” in Nigeria is literally Indomie! This is Indomie’s world now, you’re just living in it.

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But what if you stagger to your kitchen cupboard and discover that you’re out of Indomie? Don’t worry, the very first restaurant we know that’s dedicated to the life-saving noodles has landed right next door in Kuala Lumpur.

Called Indobowl, it claims to be the first restaurant dedicated to Indomie in Malaysia. The addictive noodles can be enjoyed with side dishes like beef ribs, satay, seafood and chicken soup.

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Photo via Finding Fats’ Facebook page
Photo via Finding Fats’ Facebook page
Photo via Finding Fats Facebook post
Photo via Finding Fats Facebook post

The addition of fiery red and green sambal really gives your bowl a noodles an extra kick. If for some reason you don’t like Indomie…

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…then you can also enjoy traditional Indonesian cuisine like nasi goreng at the restaurant.

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The restaurant has proven to be quite popular with its patrons, if its flood of five-star reviews are anything to go by:

From Indobowl’s Facebook page
From Indobowl’s Facebook page

The Indobowl Cafe is open from 10am to 10pm daily. For the benefit of your local (and now legal) Uber or Grab driver, the address is:

72, Lake Fields, Jalan Tasik Utama 7, Sungai Besi, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Go forth and feast. Or even book a plane ride so you can beat the crowd.

More info, and even a giveaway, in this Facebook post:

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About Sulaiman Daud

Sulaiman of House Daud believes we stand today on the edge of a new frontier and that every Pam will find her Jim. His favourite Doctor is Peter Capaldi's Twelve. In his spare time he writes about pop culture (mostly Batman related), which you are very welcome to read here.

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