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Foodie discovers cafe that sells delicious mie goreng TOASTIES – but they ain’t cheap

Foodie discovers cafe that sells delicious mie goreng TOASTIES – but they ain’t cheap

  • A foodie has reviewed a Melbourne restaurant’s carbohydrate-rich mie goreng toasties
  • The young woman said she criticized the sandwich before trying it
  • But she was soon won over, declaring that the meal belongs on the ‘God level’


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One avid foodie has stated that mie goreng toasted sandwiches belong on the “God layer” of cafe food after she came across the “carb on carb” meal on a city menu.

Melbourne woman Ailene Wu initially rejected the idea of ​​the carb-focused sandwich, but quickly changed her mind after tasting the $12.50 lunch treat.

“At first I thought ‘no guys, this is too much, we’ve gone too far,'” the 20-year-old said in a video showing the golden sandwich.

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One avid foodie has declared that mie goreng toasties belong on the 'God layer' of cafe food after he came across the carb meal on a city menu

One avid foodie has declared that mie goreng toasties belong on the ‘God layer’ of cafe food after he came across the carb meal on a city menu

the ‘MelbFoodieeeTikTokker was quick to call it an “obvious” candidate for God tier because “carbs on carbs” is always good.

“Imagine noodles between bread and cheese,” she said, tearing the sandwich into pieces.

“I was really surprised by how good it was,” she admitted.

The sandwich is from YOI, an Indonesian fusion restaurant in Melbourne, and is available until 5pm every day.

The restaurant describes the meal as a real Indonesian/Australian mash-up.

‘It’s freshly baked sourdough with mie goreng, cheese, corned beef and our sambal mayo’, they said.

Ailene’s followers were thrilled with the idea of ​​a mie goreng toastie.

The young woman said TOI's noodles were super spicy?

The young woman said TOI's noodles were super spicy?

The young woman said TOI’s noodles were super spicy?

She initially rejected the idea of ​​a mie goreng sandwich before tasting it and elevating it to God level

She initially rejected the idea of ​​a mie goreng sandwich before tasting it and elevating it to God level

She initially rejected the idea of ​​a mie goreng sandwich before tasting it and elevating it to God level

“I’ve been waiting for you to post, wait a minute, did you just say noodles and bread and cheese?” Oh my god,’ said a woman.

Others called the sandwich “blasphemy,” while some were unaware that the combination was taboo.

“I’ve been doing this since I was a kid, I didn’t know people were selling them now,” one man laughed.

Some were just torn.

“My stomach says no, but my mouth says yes,” one man wrote in the comments.

The video has been viewed by more than 27,000 people.

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