My relationship with Indonesian food started off with an obsession with the country behind the cuisine. Being filled with mystical islands that are surrounded by spiritual air, its hard not to obsess about Indonesia. I was too deeply attracted to scenic magazine clippings of rice fields, infinity pools and beaches to take notice of its cuisine (shocking, I know). One of my first exposures to Indonesian food was actually in Amsterdam; sitting close to the flower market, I had my first taste of beef rendang. Since then, I made my way to Bali, Gili and Bintan, and had many more meals to deepen the love for Indonesian food.
One of the many great advantages to living in Toronto is the fact that you can easily sample food from different corners of the world. Having the taste of samba and curries taunting me and discovering that Little Sister focuses on Indonesian cuisine, I ogled their Instagram feed and paid them a visit.Read More