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IndoBowl @ Sultan Gate

39 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198487

6291 7152

$11 · Muslim Owned · Restaurant · BBQ · Seafood · Asian · Beverages · Chicken · Beef · Duck · Indonesian

Monday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM Tuesday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM Wednesday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM Thursday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM Friday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM Saturday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM Sunday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM

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Avijeet Sen

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

Had lunch a couple of times at this place. There are 2 menus and make sure to ask for the Indonesian bowl menu for which this place is known for. The prices are quite reasonable. Lots of dishes in the $10-15 range which are filling enough for lunch. You can also go for slightly expensive dishes in the $20-25 range (which mostly come with fried rice instead of white rice or noodles). If you’re going in a group, you can also order large platters. The service is fast and efficient. The Indo bowl dishes come with the option of 2 sauces - red or green, with the former being more spicy. Depending on your spicy tolerance levels, you can go for one of them. The red sauce is not super spicy in my view and hence you can go for it. Definitely recommend this place for a good and fast lunch. Will be visiting again.

Azrina Tan

Rated 4.0/5.0 9 months ago

Exactly what you’d expect, but tastes great anyway. Noodles are a little more on the al-dente side (so perhaps not for you if you like it softer/more mushy). You can request for either green or red chilli as the sambal, personally prefer the red. Satay portion is good and tastes great - if you like more of a grilled meat, would suggest getting the Satay madura instead of the “ayam bakar madura) (chicken thigh texture didn’t come out as grilled as the satay did). Fried sotong + squid indomie is pretty standard 3 pcs of each seafood and just fried normally in batter. Probably a bit more sauce-focused here at this establishment. Service is very fast, yet staff are polite and overall a nice casual sit-down place for dinner

Valentino Suhail

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

Indomie Seafood Goreng was nice, recommended to add Indomie portion coz the serving is just decent. Fried squid and Prawn was delicious. Chicken Sate Madura tastes good for a Singaporean but if ure an Indonesian this is definately not the authentic ones that are sold in Indonesia.. Overall review Good.. Service was fast and friendly..

Chin Zhi Hui

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

I had a nasi goreng here and it tasted good and smoky. The proprietors and the staff were really friendly.

Cool Cumcumber

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

The indo mee here is so so nice. The meat that goes with the indo mee ( be it chicken and lamb chop ) doesn't taste marinated much. But with the options of red or green sambal/chilli, they goes well with the meat. Sambal is not very spicy type. "Satay" is not the usual dry satay, the gravy/sauce that comes with the satay is fragrant and slightly sweet. No usual peanut sauce for this satay. Nice experience still. Chendol drink is OK, but coconut milk taste is not strong for that satisfactory effect. If you know what I mean.

Kevin Howard

Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago

Very good Indonesian food. Ordered myself an Indomie Rendang. Beef was tender and flavourful. Sunny side up egg is cooked well. Friendly staffs, food was served rather quickly. Overall 5/5 experience, totally recommended! Side note: the place was rather hard to find, but don’t let this deter you from trying out this place and its dishes.

L Eberouge

Rated 4.0/5.0 10 months ago

Love the Fried Rice with Ribeye & Fried Rice with Ayam Bakar Madura. Both beef & chicken satay Madura are nice too. Indomie Ayam Bakar quantity was quite small. Would have given 5 star as service needs to be improved. Overall, good dining experience.

A ZHARFAN

Rated 3.0/5.0 a week ago

No intentions to bring your business down but hopefully feedback will help your business Inshaallah. Indomie- For a restaurant promoting indomie, volume would compensate for taste. Indomie can be made at home and people would ideally crave for creativity, something different or if not volume of the noodles. Very little noodles for the pretty hefty price. In all honesty, A bit more generosity would be appealing especially to our muslim community. Meat- Very hard and rubber like, very difficulty to chew and swallow. For the price that they intend to sell, hopefully the restaurant will find some ways to make improvements on how meat should have been done better. People would come back if meat is good. Drinks, chicken and seafood sides are alright so far. Nothing too fancy. Ambiance is nice and staffs are nice too. I think for most of us, it will be a once in a lifetime visit unless restaurant is willing to change something that is worth coming back for. Hope this would help both restaurant and customers :)

Amelia Tan

Rated 3.0/5.0 a week ago

Tougest ribeye I've ever had. Literally hurt my teeth trying to eat it. Left 90% of it untouched in the end, which was such a waste. Indomie itself and chicken satay was quite good. Service was good too.

Zuhilmi Zulkifli

Rated 3.0/5.0 7 months ago

I would say the food was quite delicious but to me it's very pricey like the nasi goreng which costs arnd $15-$20, you can get that at other places which costs around $6-$8. But if you want to try their speciality in IndoMie bowl, then you should come as you can't get it anywhere else. Their serving is quite generous and both their sambal belado and hijau are very spicy but nice. That drink there is the Soda Jagung for $4.50. The place is very cozy and service was great. Overall, i think most of us would come here just once in a while maybe cuz just to try the IndoMie. I think it's not worth eating Fried Rice for that price. Well what you'd expect as this is like a restaurant.

Nur Rashidah Amren

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

Good service and food 👍 the satay portion is huge. The noodles taste like the instant indomie noodle we usually cook at home but here, we can pamper ourselves with that extra chicken, sotong etc. A cozy place too.

Joseph Benjamin

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

I had a great experience at Indobowl tonight. Ordered the satay, indomie and the Nasi goreng. The star of the show was their Nasi goreng and satay. Nasi goreng packed so much flavour with different textures and their satay was juicy. The indomie dish was lacking a bit but still an overall decent dish. If you’re looking for spice kick their Sambal was tasty but not spicy. I think if anything one has to question is the price. As maybe you might be able to get this cheaper somewhere else. Was still an overall good experience with good food

iz

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

Ordered the Indomie Dishes, the servings for the mee was very little. Honestly overpriced for the portion served. Indomie Ribeye: Beef made well done, not tender. Indomie Ayam Bakar: Chicken was okay tasted like normal ayam bakar. Cendol was nice, peach tea tasted like pokka peach tea.

Whiskey Tea

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Quite a place to check out if you have craving for Indomie. You get to have select red or green chili sambal to accompany your choice of grilled chicken , beef or lamb . Green is less spicy but I feel red sambal has more flavour and kick. They have nasi goreng too if you don’t Want noodles 😉. I got the grilled chicken with topped with soya sauce and aromatics of shallots , Chili and onions . Nice sauce . Grilled chicken was a tad too dry and was a bit tough .

Kiki Evans

Rated 1.0/5.0 2 months ago

Upon arrival, the waiter asked if we had made any advance ordering as it is Ramadan period. Told them we did not and waiter blatantly told us that we are too unbothered to read email confirmations that were sent out and that we’re gonna get our food late! Went over to the email confirmation to check if there is advance ordering but there is only menu link available and no links or statement stating that we need to pre order our food first. Honestly think this could be avoided if 1. Duty manager takes initiative to check reservations. Call up or text guest that did not make pre orders. 2. Door server follow up on guest if they made pre orders upon arrival 3. Waiter were nicer and more understanding. Last time i’ll be here. I sounded like a petty karen but oh well.

umairah syamina

Rated 2.0/5.0 2 months ago

ordered the indomie rib eye steak but was disappointed with it. steak was very overcooked, chewy and hard to swallow. portion was very small despite $20. my food was served the last but yet it was cold. steak felt like it was pre-done. my friend ordered the fried rice lamb chop and was also disappointed as it was hard and overcooked too. $25 for a small amount of meat. feel like they can do better because ive been here before.

Devane Sharma

Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

Great value. More famous for their noodles as the name suggests, but the rice sets are good too. The sambal is fantastic and not exceedingly spicy. Would be better with a tad more vegetables on the side

Xing an Tan

Rated 1.0/5.0 a week ago

The portion is very small. And at this price I was expecting the indomie is fried with some veg etc… is just boiled Indomie where u can do it at home. 😅 Ayam sate is decent 😁

YC

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

Ordered the IndoMie Mumbo Jumbo for 4 pax to share. The taste was great! All the meat except for the beef was tender and marinated well. While the portion is sufficient for 4 pax, if you're a carbs lover, you may consider ordering more noodles. We ordered iced coffee, which is pretty standard. I find it slightly pricey but will still return for my indomie cravings.

Prudence Lim

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 weeks ago

FOOD WAS RLY GOOD!!! indomie bowl was a good portion and the meat was rly soft and succulent and good :-) think the portion was abit big for the nasi gorengs but means it’s worth ur money!! vibes were nice too! i ❤️ the staff they deserve a kiss xoxoxoxox MUACKS