The Cafe Ind Restaurant

Ground Floor 2A&2B Lrg Lai Chee Pekan Sibu 96000 Sibu Sarawak Malaysia

Passion for life is the Indian motto and Indonesian is love for food. This is exemplified by our passion for cooking and serving Indian & Indonesian food and curries in particular. The love of food is a great way to define the Curry Culture Experience. The culture of enjoying a traditional Indian or Indonesian meal with family and friends is an age-old practice. The Café Ind would like to share this experience with all our guests. We, at The Café Ind, feel that this Tradition is a must for us, if we are to bring the true culture and heritage of India and Indonesia to the table. So go ahead and visit us at The Café Ind.

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  • 2019-08-01 00:00:00+00:00
The mum ordered the garlic naan (RM5.00)…to share and the chicken masala (RM13.50)…for the gravy to dip the roti in and the meat.

Restoran Chef Alibaba Salam Alibaba Kafe Restaurant

4, Jln Kampung Nyabor Pekan Sibu 96000 Sibu Sarawak, Malaysia

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  • 2019-02-13 00:00:00+00:00
On the other hand, the roti telur…(roti canai with egg) that I also ordered was very nice so I guess it would be safe to assume that the roti canai would be great too. Well, thankfully, at least one of the two was nice though I was wishing they could be a bit more generous with the dip – I really had to stretch it towards the end so I would not end up eating roti telur plain, without any dip. Perhaps I could have asked for more but I did not do that.

Nearby

Sri Pelita Islamic Cafe Restaurant

Lorong Kampung Datu 11 Kampung Datu 96000 Sibu Sarawak Malaysia

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  • 2019-04-13 00:00:00+00:00
My girl wanted their murtabak daging (beef)…and yes, she enjoyed it very much except that for reasons unknown, it was so very big! She could not finish it all so she had it packed to be eaten later at her quarters.

Tandoori Cafe Restaurant

Retail Lot 7A & Open Space Ground Floor Sibu Heritage Centre Jalan Central Pekan Sibu 96000 Sibu Sarawak Malaysia

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  • 2019-08-24 00:00:00+00:00
Back to the rice, they were pretty good, bursting with flavours and tasted different – the mutton had a hint of mint while the chicken daun ketumbar (coriander leaves). The very nicely done and very tender meat was buried in the rice…like what I had once in Penang but thinking that there wasn’t any meat, I asked for the curry, silly ol’ me but it was good in a way as I would want the gravy to go with the rice.