XXL IndoMie platter at IndoBowl

IndoMie fans, you’re in for a treat. IndoBowl, a speciality halal IndoMie cafe near Bugis, has XXL-sized IndoMie Mumbo Jumbo platters that feed three to four, perfect for Iftar meals this Ramadan.

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IndoBowl only landed in Singapore back in 2019, but they’ve been around a couple more years than that, starting out first as a stall in Petaling Jaya, serving homestyle Indonesian fare made with family recipes passed down for more than 60 years.

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The IndoMie-centric menu at Indobowl sees bowls of IndoMie topped with assorted ingredients, from Ayam Bakar ($9.90), served with their signature house-made Sambal Belado, or Sambal Ijo, to Sate Ayam ($9.80), and even Lamb Chop ($16.90).

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The real highlight, though, is the IndoMie Mumbo Jumbo ($49.90), a sharing feast that’s as extra as it sounds. It’s a massive platter of the famed mie goreng, which comes with the full works: Sate Ayam Madura, ribeye steaks, lamb chops, Ayam Bakar Madura, sunny side-ups, and the duo of house sambals.


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Alternatively, if the soto life chose you, there’s also a IndoMie Soto Seafood Jumbo ($34.90), good for two to three, that’s made with IndoMie’s Soto Flavour soup noodles. To this soup-based noodles, IndoBowl adds squid, prawns, fish balls, crab sticks, eggs, and chicken chop.

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Besides IndoMie, IndoBowl also does Nasi Goreng versions of its mie bowls, in case you visit with friends who prefer not to indulge in instant noodles.

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If you’ve missed the Balinese villa life, coming out of the pool to platters of IndoMie goodness, jio your friends down to IndoBowl to relive those memories, since borders are

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