Still craving the infamous Indonesian style chicken from Ayam Goreng 99, L and J headed off to Kingsford again with two other friends P and S.
L, P and S all had their famous char-grilled chicken :) The authentic Indonesian chicken was nicely marinated with a choice of breast or thigh. It was bursting with flavor compared to your typical charcoal chicken and you could really taste that char grilled flavour.
J tried the deep fried Javanese style chicken which was somewhat similar to the char-grilled version (it even looks the same haha, we had to ask the waiter which one is which :P). This one was probably more dry comparatively, but it’s a good sort of dry… the meat was more fluffy and lose, definitely in a good way :D
Oh and don’t forget the ketchup sauce (not the tomato sauce haha but the sweet Indonesian soy sauce kecap manis :P) or the chili sauce that both go really nice with the chickens!
L also tried the deep fried soybean and tofu which was nicely fried with a thick batter. They were relatively plain in flavour but made as a good alternative to rice to eat with the chicken.
Charcoal grilled marinated chicken ($6), Deep fried marinated chicken Javanese style ($6), Deep fried soybean and tofu ($2 each)
We also tried the Chicken satay :D which came covered in a really thick and rich peanut sauce, sweet soy sauce and deep fried shallots :)
Chicken Satay ($8 for 5 sticks)
For drinks, we had the avocado juice and cendol :D The avocado juice might sound really rich and filling, but it’s actually quite fresh! The mix of mocha and condensed milk made the drink more like a milkshake making it very addictive. On the other hand, the ice cendol was probably more heavy but still very good with everything in the right proportions :D
Avocado juice with Mocha, shaved ice and condensed milk ($5)
Green jelly with Palm sugar and coconut milk ($5)
Nibble on Nibblies! xx
Ayam Goreng 99464 Anzac Parade,
Kingsford NSW 2032
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