Monday, March 29, 2010

Indonesian Night Markets!

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Let’s start with the Chicken Satay – skewered pieces of tender grilled chicken smothered with a dollop of smooth creamy peanut sauce and few servings of fresh rice cakes. Then perhaps move on to Bakmi Ayam – very thin egg noodles in a clear chicken soup with chunks of chicken meat and a few sprigs of fresh onion. And for dessert? The Martabak looks like an appealing choice. A thick crumpet-like pancake oozing with chocolate, peanuts and cheese. Or maybe even the Pisang Bakar? Grilled Banana Slices topped with condensed milk and grated cheese…

The Indonesian Students Association (PPIA) of UNSW proudly present the INDONESIAN NIGHT MARKETS (INM) 2010 “BACK TO BATIK” where you can truly have experience a “market-like” atmosphere and treat yourselves to an authentic Indonesian feast!  
Being the largest event hosted by PPIA, and the second largest event in UNSW after O-Week, the 2010 Indonesian Night Markets ‘BACK TO BATIK’ will be held on Tuesday 27th April 2010 at the UNSW Main Walkway from 4-9pm !

In addition to the numerous food stalls on offer, “BACK TO BATIK” also features a lively entertainment showcase including Indonesian student bands, traditional regional dances and for the first time ever, a batik inspired fashion show to honour the Indonesian icon.
So for an unforgettable night of fun, friends and of course food, head on over to the 2010 INM, where you can experience a true taste of Indonesia! 

Nibble on Nibblies! xx

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