Indonesia with a twist

tasty August 21, 2017 15:00

By The Nation

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Nimitr restaurant at 137 Pillars Suites &Residence Bangkok invites guests to experience a new take on Indonesian gastronomy this Friday and Saturday (August 25-26).



Nimitr’s speciality sous chef Nanang Prasetya Aditama will craft and redesign a popular compilation of traditional Indonesian recipes from various regions across the country, to present new culinary delights for Indonesian food lovers

The dinner will start with an amuse bouche of Lawar Bali, the traditional Balinese salad and appetiser served at all celebratory occasions, followed by popular salad Gado Gado. The next course is the mouth-watering appetiser Sate Nusantara, a classic dish served in the northeastern region of Indonesia featuring three styles of meat, served together with three individual sauces paired with Lontong. Next up is Soto Medan, the popular soup from the north of Sumatra, which combines the strong taste of all Southeast Asian spices in one dish is followed by two main courses –Pepes Udang Kemangi, and AyamTaliwang from Lombok. The feast ends with the popular dessert from Makassar island, Pisang Ijo.

Chef Nanang recently participated in Thailand Ultimate Chef Challenge 2017 and was awarded with a Silver Medal in the Professional Seafood Culinary Challenge and a Bronze Medal in the “Golden Bull” Australian Beef Culinary Competition / Duo of Beef Flavour Challenge. The six-course set dinner menu costs Bt2,450 net. Book a table at (063) 1 87 6209 or visit www.137PillarsBangkok.com.