There is always an interesting mix when western food meets Asian food. Case in point, cheese baked rice or maybe McD’s Nasi Lemak burger.
In this new wave, this Southeast Asian instant noodle toast is going viral in Australia now.
Recently, an Australian cafe, The Dutch Smuggler, has made a big name for themselves after they posted a new addition to the menu called the Mi Goreng noodle toastie on social media.
According to the Daily Mail, this newly invented epic dish costs AU$9.50 (RM 27.54).
This Mi Goreng sandwich fusion comes with two toasts, filled with Mi Goreng, melted cheddar cheese, fried egg and a runny yolk and their signature spicy mayo.
The toastie actually began as a limited edition offering in 2017. However, due to popular demand, it is now permanent in The Dutch Smuggler’s menu. It has become a crowd’s favourite, as the fusion toastie was voted as one of Sydney’s best sandwiches of 2019 by Good Food.
Good Food writer Andrew Levins said that the toastie “is an absolute banger, the epitome of stoner cuisine.”
The cafe also offers The Mac Dizzle, a mac and cheeses filled toast, and also the Ramen Empire − which is a mix of spicy Korean ramen noodles, kimchi, seaweed, a fried egg and cheese.
If you happened to be in Sydney, give this Mi Goreng Noodle toastie a try.
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