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Halal Food Instagram Heroes #8 Makan Inda Beranti

Hey! You know what cuisine we haven’t really looked at in Halal Food Instagram Heroes? Southeast Asian cuisine. And that’s not about to change.

ONLY JOKING. Our next instalment of HFIH – the big numero ocho – is Makan Inda Beranti, an Instagram run by ‘Two hungry Bruneians on the search of halal restaurants & good food in London (& Brunei)’.

So get ready for chili, shellfish and a swimming pool’s worth of coconut milk, because Makan Inda Barandi are real experts when it comes to seeking out the best halal dishes from Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei and beyond, whether they’re in London or Southeast Asia.

Now let’s order our usual and drop a load of pics of delicious food in front of you, if only to make your food envy skyrocket to another universe.

Shouts to corned beef by the way – a very underrated meat.

Also: whoa.

Freshly caught crab stir-fried in sweet and savoury chilli tomato sauce from Neptune! There’s a saying that the best time to eat crab is after a full moon, and so we did! What I love the most about the food in Brunei is that they’re super afforable but also very very good 😋 Would’ve been perfect with Mantou buns to soak up all the gravy but sadly they don’t serve them here. I give it a 4.5/5! – D #brunei #bruneifood #bruneifoodies #food #foods #foodporn #sgfood #chillicrab #crab #seafood #delicious #instafood #foodstagram #likeforlike #like4like #makanindaberanti #lovefoodhatewaste #neptune #foodie #love #summer #instagood #lunch #foodpics #photooftheday #hungry #yummy #eat #halal

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There are three main reasons we love Makan Inda Beranti:

– They only post on Instagram, so our thumbs don’t have to expend energy clicking through to other websites.

– They are so heavy on the crab/lobster material we’re tempted to pack in our jobs and start again as deep sea fishermen.

– They prove that halal food is not a cuisine in itself, but something that encompasses cuisines from all over the globe. And that is a really great fact to remember, if you ask us.

Remember what we say every time we drop a Halal Food Heroes of Instagram blog: if you know of an exceptional eater who is sharing their culinary quest with the world wide web – especially if they’re doing it on Instagram – then hightail it to our Facebook, hop on over to the IG, or hit us up on Twitter, and slide in those DMs and make sure you let us know all about them.

Because then we’ll feature them on the site.

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