Traditional vs. modern: a taste of Indonesian cuisine
Alison from B-Kyu explored the evolution of Indonesian cuisine on her latest food adventure. First up was Ratu Sari, a Randwick mainstay that’s been chugging on for over 20 years. The Indonesian-Chinese eatery serves up traditional dishes like noodle soup with a choice of fish or beef meatballs, nasi goreng and mi goreng.
Fast forward to the newly-opened Kusaka Cafe, a modern take on Indonesian comfort food. Their specialty is bowls of rice topped with chopped corned beef and cheese, a popular late-night snack in Jakarta, and coffee made in a sock. Alison also shares the best places to get Indomie noodle-flavoured chips.