Cheap & Good: At Muslim eatery IndoBowl, Indomie does not just come with a fried egg

Dishes from IndoBowl at Kampong Glam. (Clockwise, from left) Indomie bowls with ayam bakar, dendeng and sate daging. ST PHOTO: ANJALI RAGURAMAN
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SINGAPORE - Indomie might be the staple of university dormitories and home pantries, and distributed as an emergency food item in its home town of Indonesia.

But at IndoBowl, the humble instant noodles get an upgrade.

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