Trading at street food markets and events, Enggi’s Kitchen is the first kitchen to offer homemade Indonesian food in Bristol and the Southwest. From the Iconic Satay Ayam (Chicken Satay), Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice), Rendang Daging (Beef Rendang) to Gado – gado (Mixed Salad in spicy peanut sauce), or if you have special dietary requirement we got all sort it out for you.
GALLERY COMING SOON
We started Enggi’s Kitchen to introduce Indonesian Cuisine to the public and chose our menu carefully to ensure the authenticity of the food we bring whilst engaging in building network with the local farmers and butchers.
Our meat and poultry are from “Halal Butchers” as we respect some of our customers believe and need.
Permanent Trading days:
Nicholas Friday Street Food Market every Friday at Wine Street, Bristol
Tobacco Factory Sunday Market every other Sundays, Bristol
Fuze 2018 on the 10th and 11th of March at the Passenger Shed
ChipFM 2018 on the 24 of March 2018
South Glos Food and Drinks on the 19th and 20th of May 2018
Bristol University open days with BEATS 15th June, 8th September, 3rd
STREET FOOD MARKETS
We pop up at various street food markets in and around Bristol.
Let us be involved in your big day and make it extra special.
We love a party! Book us to make your celebration go off with a bang!
We would love to be involved in your festival. We can cater from small, boutique festivals and also large events.
We can cater for one off or short run pop-ups. Drop us a line below with your ideas.
There are lots of other events we can cater for. Get in touch below and we look forward to hearing from you.