Asai takeaway ( Bamboo Cafe) is an Indonesian takeaway franchise based in London’s Borough Market and is currently the largest Indonesian takeaway restaurant chain in the UK.
Asai is an Indonesian delicacy which can be eaten raw or cooked in different ways, so the menu at Bamboo Café is a bit of a mix.
Bambangas are a spicy noodle dish, made with ground meat or tofu, which can then be stuffed into rice paper wrappers, fried in a pan and then topped with chopped onion, chili peppers, sambal and a sauce.
There are several variations on the bambang, but the basic one is called a sambala, which is a small bowl with a bunch of vegetables on top, cooked with spices and spices are sprinkled over the bowl.
The other variation is called 국분메람, which means 고리나도다.
Bumban meets this basic concept, but adds a bit more depth by including sambals, spicy peanut sauce and hot sauce.
Bambangs are usually served with fried rice or boiled rice, which are then topped off with sliced vegetables, peanuts, a few toppings and more spices.
They are typically served with a spicy peanut butter sauce or sambolang sauce and rice.
If you are looking for a bit further into the Bamboo cafe, I recommend checking out their 괄상러 기동사 강배온지요, a Korean restaurant which serves bambangs for around $10.
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