Festival Accès Asie is delighted to invite gourmets to a mouth-watering event! On Sunday, May 11th, starting at 6 pm, Nonya restaurant will offer an introduction to Indonesian culinary arts.
With a three course meal, Ivan Wiharto, the restaurant’s chef, will be delighted to introduce guests to all the rich flavours and colours of Indonesian fine dining.
Participants will get to choose between a soup and a salad for the entrée and between beef or fish for the main course. Side dishes and a desert will also be served. The aromas of peanuts and coconut milk will mingle with yellow and red curry in this hybrid cuisine that borrows elements from Thai, Vietnamese and Indian gastronomies to create unique and delicious dishes.
In addition to savouring these delicious meals, patrons will get to learn more about the Indonesian culinary tradition with a workshop offered by the chef himself. Ivan Wiharto will present three simple and practical recipes that everyone will be able to reproduce at home. He will reveal the secrets to preparing yellow and red curry paste as well as peanut sauce, staples of Indonesian cuisine. All these flavours will also be part of the menu of this delicious evening.
Located at the heart of the Mile-End neighbourhood, Nonya Restaurant is a paradise for lovers of the exotic. Reminiscent of Thai, Vietnamese and Indian cuisines while offering unique and authentic dishes, Nonya offers an impressive array of meat, poultry, seafood and of course vegetarian options. Change of scenery guaranteed!