Indulge in Indonesian Food

10 cent chicken wings (no, that’s not a misprint), special Indonesian dishes and entertainment.

To pay homage to 75 years of Indonesian Independence and Indonesia’s Independence Day last week Indonesian Chef Nut Kunlert  invites locals to celebrate with $5 Bintangs, 10c Indonesian chicken wings, special Indonesian dishes and entertainment this month. P’Nut Street Noodles Balmain will celebrate Indonesian food and culture through a range of specials and entertainment this August.

Chef Nut, says he’s excited to bring the flavours and aromas of Bali and Indonesia to The Inner West.

“Being a short plane ride away, Indonesia has fast become a favourite holiday destination for Aussies, with Indonesian cuisine earning itself a special place in hearts (and stomachs). This August, we’re bringing Indonesia to locals and will be serving up a range of authentic Indonesian dishes.”

Chef Nuthails is from Thailand and mastered the art of cooking with traditional spices, herbs and ingredients from the early age of 6 in his grandmother’s kitchen. Chef Nut traveled Southeast Asia and collate the best street recipes. He went on to learn from and work alongside Michelin Star and Iron Chef Chumpol Jangprai, creating fresh, tasty and original sauce blends which still stand as the base for the P’Nut dishes today. The menu has grown to represent handcrafted, authentic and original flavour dishes with sauces that are made from scratch.

Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia in Sydney, Heru Subolo, agrees it’s a pleasure to present Indonesia’s unique cuisine to Sydney-siders.

“The combination of geographic and cultural diversity in Indonesia has resulted in one of the most unique cuisines in the world. For as many similarities existing across more than 17,000 islands, there are just as many regional differences. Each recipe is also a manifestation of Indonesia’s history and culture.”

This year also marks the 70th anniversary of Indonesia and Australia bilateral relations. Both countries have been working closely on a range of common strategic interest in bilateral, regional and global fora. The signing of Indonesia Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) March this year reflects a deeper level of engagement in the already long-established economic relations between the two countries. Currently, there are more than 40,000 Indonesian living in NSW, Queensland and South Australia.Special dishes that will be served include Char Kway Teow, IFC (Indonesian Fried Chicken), Gado Gado Salad (Poke-Style), (Very) Nasi and Mee Goreng.

Dates: now until 31 August 2019

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Locations: P’Nut Street Noodles Balmain – 415 Darling St, Balmain
P’Nut Street Noodles The Rocks – 26 Playfair Street, The Rocks Square, The Rocks
P’Nut Zetand – East Village Shopping Centre T9, 2 Defries Avenue, Zetland
P’Nut Rouse Hill – Shop GR112A Main Street, Rouse Hill Town Centre, Rouse Hill
P’Nut Sydney Olympic Park – Tenancy 6, corner of Dawn Fraser Avenue & Olympic Boulevard, c/o Brewery under Novotel Hotel, Sydney Olympic Park
P’Nut Dee Why – Shop 8B, 888 Pittwater Road, Lighthouse by Meriton, Dee WhyP’Nut Norwest – P’Nut Street Noodles Norwest, T19/4 Century Circuit, Norwest Marketown

* 10c Indonesian Fried Chicken Wing Offer: Available Sunday, August 25 at P’Nut Street Noodles. 12pm – 8pm. Dine in only, with drink purchase (Bintang, ice tea or coconut water)