Best Mie Goreng In Sydney

 
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I’ve always loved the ultimate student cheat meal, the delicious mie goreng. Today, it is still occasionally a treat for me when I'm craving for Indonesia’s popular noodle dish.

If you’re looking for an authentic, home made mie goreng (yepp, the ingredients are made from scratch), I’d recommend popping over Kusuka Cafe on Sussex Street. Kusuka simply translates from Indonesian to 'I Love', and the mie goreng definitely had me at hello.

There is also an extensive drinks menu from Indonesian coffee to colourful lattes, for those who enjoy trying something new. The avocado shake, topped with dreamy fairy floss, is so creamy and fresh, I could drink it every single day.

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The Super Bowl a must for the mie goreng fan. A double dose of noodles topped with yummy pork belly, corned beef and sausage. For those who want to spice it up, there is the chili matah.

It’s one of my favourite places in Sydney to have Indonesian street food, with a twist. It is always a good time at Kusuka Cafe.

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Kusuka // 12/339 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000

 
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