Thinly sliced beef simmered in a sesame infused broth tossed with Padang fresh tasting green chilli sauce.
'Kaki Lima’ literally translated from bahasa, means ‘five feet’, referring to the pedestrian sidewalks that the hawkers and food carts would gather at, creating impromptu eating destinations, which were always five feet wide. Kaki Lima’s modern take on Indonesian street food is filled with nostalgic childhood memories in Indonesia. From a young age, Kaki Lima’s founders were constantly exposed to the authentic and vibrant flavours of street food sold from ‘kaki lima’. These carts, a mish- mash of colours and wonderful aromas, would offer them a feast of nasi gila – literally crazy rice, rubber noodle, bala- bala vegie fritters, and much more.