It’s official mi goreng food season and it goes without saying that as the undisputed reigning champion of hangover remedies and winter warmers, when a new noodle creation hits our mark. glorious city, this is something to be very excited about.
Sydney has seen many mi goreng innovations, from the Dutch CBD smuggler’s “Magic Mi Goreng” toast, to the whipped Bloody Mary’s mi goreng at Old Mate’s Place.
Now you’ll want to draw your attention to the all new and top secret Mi Goreng Fried Donuts, made to order and packaged with crunchy, drool-worthy umami flavors.
Called GORENG, the concept is simple. Whenever you crave those crispy halos of goodness all you have to do is pop Instagram and DM GORENG your order, which you can then pick up at 187 Kent Street, Millers Point on Saturdays, from The Legend. behind it all, Larasati Soewandi.
“Hailing from Indonesia, we wanted to rekindle nostalgic memories by reimagining a childhood classic, mi goreng, into a bite of modern drool-worthy goodness,” says Soewandi. “In a similar sense, our GORENG donut is a metaphorical celebration of salvation from the dark place we found ourselves in during COVID-19. “
After the death of his mother, the loss of his tourism business and lifelong savings during COVID-19, as well as the need to support his father, the idea behind GORENG emerged as a side business. Orders are made with a secret family after-hours recipe at their Pemberton Foods Cafe & Grocer in Botany.
Right now, you can order two flavors of GORENG Fried Mi Goreng Donuts. The first is an OG, the second a spicy and flavorful version called “Flavourbomb” for those who like a little more spice. You can buy packs of two for between $ 10 and $ 12 while waiting for the poison you choose. Or go for a three-pack that will set you back $ 14 of cruise. There are also future plans to add truffle creation to the mix.
“Our goal is never to be mundane,” says Soewandi. “We have a knack for always experimenting and we look forward to offering our foodie friends countless possible flavor combinations. Watch this place! “
Go here to learn more about GORENG.
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Image credit: GORENG