Currently there is no menu available for Rice Indonesian Restaurant in Brunswick Heads. We are continuously adding menus, so check back soon!
In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within Brunswick Heads below.
Below you'll find samples from menus of places nearby.
|Crab Pot – Smoked mussels, baby octopus, calamari, smoked salmon, prawns and shrimp marinated in pesto, garlic & lemon juice||$19 / $24.50 / $31|
|Spinach – Shallots, baby spinach, feta & lemon||$17 / $20.50 / $25|
|Greek – Lettuce greens, fresh tomato, olives, cucumber, spanish onion & feta with balsamic dressing||$14|
|Chicken – Chicken breast, sundried tomato, marinated artichokes & pesto||$19 / $23.50 / $30|
|Mediterranean – Roasted marinated eggplant & pumpkin, baby spinach, roasted capsicum, olives, marinated artichokes, mushrooms, feta & pesto||$19 / $24.50 / $31|
|Prawn Star – Garlic tiger prawns, onion, spinach, roasted capsicum & anchovies||$19 / $24.50 / $31|
|Calcutta – Tandoori base, mushrooms, chicken breast and roasted capsicum||$19 / $24.50 / $31|
|Diana Ross – Pepperoni, ham, onion, mushroom, roasted capsicum, olives, pineapple, anchovies & pesto||$19 / $23.50 / $30|
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|Sambal||The chili-based sauce known as sambal is a common at all Indonesian tables. Chilies, sharp fermented shrimp paste, tangy lime juice, sugar and salt all pounded together. If you like it hot, make sure you give this a try.||Indonesian|
|Nasi Goreng||Considered Indonesia’s national dish. Rice stir-fried with eggs, meatballs, chicken/beef/shrimp, assorted vegetables. The rice is made brown with thick and sweet soy sauce called kecap.||Indonesian|
|Gado Gado||One of the most well known traditional Indonesian dishes, gado gado is a beautiful salad which is served with a peanut sauce. It is a very unusual dish comprising vegetables such as sliced cucumber, spinach, bitter melon, green beans, sliced potatoes and usually accompanied by hard boiled eggs. The peanut sauce should not be confused with satay sauce, even though they both contain peanuts. The gado sauce is more pungent and will frequently have sliced red chillis in it. Lotek, another version of gado, is made using raw vegetables, whereas gado uses cooked vegetables.||Indonesian|
|Mango Lassi||Served in most Asian restaurants, it is probably a ‘signature smoothie’ type of drink. Fresh mangoes with yoghurt and light spices poured over ice – absolutely delicious and refreshing to the palate and takes away any heat from spicy food still burning your tongue!||Asian|
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