Anywhere rice is a staple, making something tasty out of leftover cooked rice is going to be part of the cuisine. China, Vietnam & Thailand all have many variations on fried rice, but in Indonesia and Malaysia, Nasi Goreng is an especially delicious version. Flavoured with spicy chili sambal, sweet soy-based kecap manis, umami-loaded shrimp paste (optional), with a side of cool cucumbers and fresh tomato, and topped with crunchy shallots and fried egg (optional), it’s, well, just amazing.
Nasi Goreng (#vegan, #GF)
Add Crispy Fried Egg +$2
Add Shrimp Satay +$3
We’ll also have fresh pie from the wood ovens at Dufferin Grove! $4
Add organic vanilla ice cream +$2
Len Senater is the founder and proprietor of The Depanneur, who happily cooks for his friends and neighbours every Tuesday night.