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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the popular non-vegetarian restaurants of Bali?

Nitin Gurha DEC 10 2012
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Please don’t pin it down to chicken and fish only when the options are immense. It will not be fair to what Bali has to offer. So, let your taste bud soak up all the non-vegetarian flavours of Bali. Show Bali that you have it in you to go for the daring and bold recipes!


  • Bumbu Bali 2

    It will be love at first sight. Really, it will be. Designed in the form of a traditional Balinese compound, the crude wood works, the open spaces in the middle of the compound and the greenery that adorn the dining area will be enough to impress you even before you actually start tasting the traditional Balinese delights this restaurant offers. From slow-roasted chicken and duck in banana leaves to soups from banana stems and, of course the ever-popular sate- all that is authentic and true to the Balinese cuisine seem to be concentrated in this restaurant. And if you want to take home some of these amazing food, take a chef. No, its not a joke. This place is also a cooking school and make sure you learn some tricks of the trade so that the taste stays with you no matter which part of the world you are in.

    For a meal in this restaurant, the cost starts from Rp 50,000.

    Address: Jalan Pratama
    Tanjung Benoa
    P.O. Box 132
    Nusa Dua
    80363
    Bali
    Indonesia
    Official Website: www.balifoods.com

  • Ary’s Warung

    A warung ( eating out place in Balinese) that has managed to capture all the hype of the city of Ubud, Ary’s Warung is an experience that will drive all your taste buds to the highest level. From the chic but traditional settings that offers a glimpse of the Balinese way of life to the sumptuous seafood that sneaks in almost all the menu, giving the cuisine of this place a unique flavour, this warung is a gift from Bali. Start from steamed zucchini flower, a seafood appetizer or caesar salad with shredded ducks and savour the crispy lobster wonton or the ginger marinated fried pomfret. The options are immense and conveniently includes a kid’s menu also. Wash these delicacies with the choicest wine from across the globe or with an indigenous one from Bali- all within Ary’s Warung. Don’t you just want to thank Ary (whoever, wherever he / she is) !

    The cost of a meal in this restaurant will start from Rp 95,000.

    Address: Jalan Campuhan
    Ubud
    Indonesia
    Telephone: +62-361-975053
    Official Website: www.dekco.com/aryswarung/

  • Cafe Lotus

    Thatched roof, flowers of numerous colours and varieties, traditional bamboo-mat seating arrangement and the graceful Balinese dance -with all these lining up to welcome in this restaurant, who wouldn't want to visit this restaurant. The menu is quite long with Balinese and Continental cuisines attracting foodies from all around the world. But among these mouth-watering delicacies, sate, be it pork, prawns or chicken is a must-try. Order it with rice coned-up in banana leaf and grilled sardines, and feel the power of food as it does its magic and you won’t want to leave this restaurant. As the sunrays slant to a golden crimson hue, the Pura Saraswati Temple lights up with the Balinese dancers entertaining the guests. The food seem to become more savoury as the mind relaxes to the movement of the dancers along with the famous lotus pond that serves as the backdrop of this heavenly experience. And don’t forget to have your choice of drink, it will add more to the floating-feeling!

    The cost for a meal for two will start from Rp 80,000.

    Address: Jalan Raya
    Ubud
    Bali
    80571
    Indonesia
    Telephone: +62-361-975660
    Fax: +62-0361-972175
    Email: hans@cafelotusubud.com
    Official Website: www.cafelotusubud.com


Ready to taste all that Bali is offering? Thinking about it will only leave you mouth-watering and not lip-smacking. So, go from lip-smacking to finger-licking and after the trip, whenever you remember Bali, its non-vegetarian flavour will be the first thing on your mind.

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