Festivals

Sneak peek

There are so many traders at the festival and here are some of them....

These are a few of the traders ready to entice you with all about the Indonesian taste…

Toko gordon LTD

Indonesian Groceries, Stall no: 7+8

Returning to our festival is Toko Gordon Ltd, an Indonesian Groceries stores and online deliveries based in Stoke-on-trent.

For those looking for specific ingredients or items that aren’t available elsewhere, this is the place to be.

Enggi’s Kitchen

Food stall no: 11

Enggi’s Kitchen is a permanent fixture in the Bristol Food Scene in promotingIndonesian Street Food. Established in 2015, today Enggi’s Kitchen is nurturing its second generation to trade and promote Indonesian food. Trading in places such as St Nicholas Market, Finzel Market, Paintworks and events all around Bristol and Southwest, Enggi’s Kitchen hope that Pasar Indonesian will bring Indonesian food lovers to meet up.

Facebook Page: Enggi’s Kitchen, website: http://www.enggiskitchen.com

Two Ten Bakery

Cakes and Cookies, stall no: 4

Two Ten Bakery , Authentic Indonesian home baking direct from our Hampshire kitchen. Quality cakes, biscuits and savories. Food hygiene rated 4 Star by the Food Standards Agency ensuring quality products. Freshly made using best ingredients.

FB – http://www.facebook.com/twotenbakery IG – @twotenbakery Website – http://www.twotenbakery.com

Indo Market LTD

Jewelries, Stall number: 3

At IndoMarket, we’re passionate about Indonesian food and culture. After all, we’re Indonesians, and we do love our food, clothes and jewelry!

When we came to the UK, many years ago, it was hard to find Indonesian food and products. There were Indian shops, Chinese shops, Asian shops – but no Indonesian shops. The Indonesian community worked together to share the few species, flavours and products we could get from home – but it wasn’t easy.

At the same time, we found through cooking demonstrations, festivals and sharing food with our new friends that many British people loved the rich food of our home country. (We also found that Indonesian spices worked brilliantly in fusion cooking with delicious British vegetables, meat and fish!)

So IndoMarket was set up with a mission – both to provide Indonesians with access to the foods they know and love, and to introduce a whole new generation of people to our rich cuisine and culture.

Dapur Teh Ina

Food, Stall No: 14

A darling to the Indonesian Community, Dapur Teh Ina was established around 2004. Most of it’s activities are taking order from Indonesian Embassy and since pandemic it has been doing PO online.

But because sharing is caring, we would like to share her passion for cooking and amazing tastes of the dishes she provides with you.

Yuli’s Kitchen

Food, stall number: 3

Yuli’s Kitchen produces the first home-made Indonesian Tofu in Uk made with all natural ingredients In addition to Tofu, Yuli’s Kitchen serves a wide range of delicious Indonesian cuisine to both home and restaurant-catering customers regularly. We pride ourselves on our fantastic, natural flavours.

https://www.facebook.com/Yulis-Kitchen-102512878102101/

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2 comments on “Sneak peek

  1. I’m looking forward to this! Coming all the way from U.S.A.!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Julian

    I would like to join in

    Like

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