Sendok Garpu

Coopers Plains

For a real Indonesian foodie experience unbeknown to all but the Indonesian community, head for Sendok Garpu at Coopers Plains.

Here on weekends a canteen in the middle of an industrial estate transforms into a bustling hawker's style eating place as families descend for an 'Indonesian Jajanan' or light meal – a mix of traditional dishes and street food just like at home.

Sendok Garpu Coopers Plains

Under a makeshift marquee diners drink iced Kopyor (coconut) and tuck into a host of delectable dishes such as Javanese Gulai Kambung (spiced lamb), Ayam Kalasam (marinated chicken in coconut sauce), Mpek Mpek Galambang (savoury fish cake delicacy), Nasi Goreng and Anekan Janana Pasar (traditional assorted sweets).

Sendok Garpu Coopers Plains

Not to be missed on Sundays is the Martabak Manis - a divine stuffed pancake with a sweet chocolate, cheese, sesame and peanut sauce stall made on site at a street cart.

Sendok Garpu

40/284 Musgrave Rd

Coopers Plains

Brisbane

Coopers Plains Stn

Sat-Sun 11-3

Cash Only

0425 249 837

Map

284 Musgrave Rd, Coopers Plains, Queensland

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