Chef Siska and Tracy are collaborating to introduce Malaysian and Indonesian food to San Francisco. This dinner will be hosted at our commissary kitchen in the Mission, which is also a nonprofit culinary training school during the day serving low income students in the community. Come celebrate our Nusantara cuisine. See you soon! Terima Kasih.APPETIZER
Trio of Malaysian Starters
1) Umai: Borneo Malaysian inspired "ceviche" of pasteurized seasonal fish with citruses, onion, garlic, chili. 2) Cucur Badak: Fried sweet potato dumplings filled with savory coconut shrimp. 3) Tofu Achar Nyonya: Fried tofu pockets stuffed with turmeric pickles and peanuts.ENTREE
Fish & Tamarind Laksa
Sour tamarind and mackerel broth, pineapple, mint, hot chili, fermented shellfish, torch lily, rice noodles. This dish is also known as Asam Laksa.
Eggplants & Quail Eggs Sambal
Charred Asian eggplants and quail eggs in spicy tomato sauce cooked in lemongrass, ginger, kaffir lime leaves.
Beef braised in coconut galangal, turmeric, and lemongrass. The liquid is reduced until the curry is savory and dry.
Indonesian Fried Rice
Indonesian fried rice served with a side of salad and house made peanut sauce.DESSERT
Two-layered dessert of natural blue flower dyed sweet rice cake and a pudding made of Malaysian coconut cream custard called kaya.