Wisata Kuliner PPIA

Are you missing Indonesian food? Go to Mie Kocok Bandung at 1/108 Maroubra Rd Maroubra NSW 2035, Australia and experience the awesomeness of our cuisine in Kangaroos Land!!

TimeOut Review

OK, so Mie Kocok might send some of us into teenaged sniggers, but ‘mie kocok’ in Indonesian means “shaken noodles”, a specialty from Bandung in West Java

Broadsheet Review

Tender fried chicken, shaken noodles Bandung-style and more varieties of cracker than you can try in one visit.

Yelp Review

If you like family-style dining in a place where the food tastes good, the staff are friendly, and you don’t have to worry about waiting more than half an hour for your meal: then Mi Kocok is the place for you. 

Goodfood Review

You’ll find food adventures galore between the yellow exterior and the persimmon pink kitchen here.

All About Food Review

Started in 2003, Mie Kocok Bandung has served my friends and families well for as long as I can remember. It can be quite busy on Sunday afternoon in the restaurant. Other than that, you will most likely get a table. I know the restaurant name is Mie Kocok Bandung, but I have never ordered their Mie Kocok. Mie kocok if translated literally is ‘Shaken Noodles’.

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