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For the ultimate epicurean delight in private setting
Friday, 1 Nov, 2013 – 15:03 | No Comment
For the ultimate epicurean delight in private setting

Pan Pacific Bali Resort creates your personal romantic experience. Dine under the stars in one of our extraordinary romantic private dining venues:

Cliff Lawn : overlooking Tanah Lot and Indian Ocean

Tea Box 7 : on our …

Ayam Betutu, At Least Once in Your Life Time
Wednesday, 16 Nov, 2011 – 7:20 | No Comment
Ayam Betutu, At Least Once in Your Life Time

“Why come to Bali for delicious Rendang?” It is a satire for those travelers who eat other dishes instead of trying Balinese cuisines in Bali. Ayam Betutu is a popular Balinese cuisine renowned for its …

Nasi Jinggo: Cheap Balinese Favorite
Wednesday, 2 Feb, 2011 – 7:18 | No Comment
Nasi Jinggo: Cheap Balinese Favorite

For Balinese, although Bali serves internationally-acclaimed restaurants offering international favorites, those things cannot replace a traditional favorite. From 1980s up to now a fist of steamed rice completed with side dishes covered with banana leaves …

Denpasar Will Serve You “Bulung”!
Sunday, 12 Dec, 2010 – 15:04 | No Comment
Denpasar Will Serve You “Bulung”!

It is already well-known that seaweed has many benefits. This plant is used for cosmetics, medicines, and as a main ingredient of many kinds of meals. Since bulung (seaweed, Kappaphycus alvarezii in botany) contains many …

SIOBAK KHE LOK, A Well Blend of Chinese and Bali
Friday, 3 Dec, 2010 – 9:00 | No Comment
SIOBAK KHE LOK, A Well Blend of Chinese and Bali

Long time before finally I tasted my first Siobak, I craved to prove what my friend told me about it. But always failed for some other ridiculous reasons. Until my visit to Singaraja regency at …

Bali Culinary Professionals
Thursday, 8 Jul, 2010 – 18:00 | No Comment
Bali Culinary Professionals

Dear friends and culinary lovers,
Greetings from the island of gods!!
I hope you and your family enjoyed a wonderful holiday season. This year Bali Culinary Professionals will become the forefront in our industry as …

Colossal Megibung at Taman Ujung, Karangasem
Monday, 7 Dec, 2009 – 14:34 | No Comment
Colossal Megibung at Taman Ujung, Karangasem

Colossal megibung at Taman Ujung Sukasada Karangasem broke the world record of largest communal eating, 19,768 people participated in this megibung (communal eating) event. The participants came from all over Karangasem regency. The participants of …

Ma Joly Restaurant and Lounge
Sunday, 8 Nov, 2009 – 12:00 | One Comment
Ma Joly Restaurant and Lounge

Our elegant beachside restaurant, serves a fine selection of world-class French and International cuisine, as well as the freshest fish from Jimbaran Bay.

MÉTIS CALLS PETITENGET HOME, WELCOMES GUESTS TO SENSORY DINING EXPERIENCE IN BALI
Tuesday, 20 Oct, 2009 – 14:52 | 4 Comments
MÉTIS CALLS PETITENGET HOME, WELCOMES GUESTS TO SENSORY DINING EXPERIENCE IN BALI

Chef Owner Nicolas “Doudou” Tourneville Leads World‐Class Team of Pioneering Chefs
BALI, INDONESIA (OCTOBER 19, 2009) – Today, the highly-anticipated MÉTIS Restaurant and Gallery welcomes guests to enjoy an entirely sensory dining experience borne of the …

The Casa Luna Cooking School
Sunday, 18 Oct, 2009 – 7:53 | 2 Comments
The Casa Luna Cooking School

Join Janet De Neefe, author of the best-selling memoir, Fragrant Rice, and her cooking team, as they take you on a Balinese culinary-cultural adventure.
Listed as ‘amongst the world’s best cooking schools’ in The Australian newspaper, …

Bali’s restaurants among Asia’s top 10
Saturday, 3 Oct, 2009 – 5:00 | One Comment
Bali’s restaurants among Asia’s top 10

Stevie Emilia , The Jakarta Post , Jakarta
Bali has two entries in the list of Asia’s top 10 restaurants in an international fine food guide released Wednesday, confirming …

A Balinese Dish: Chicken Betutu
Sunday, 21 Jun, 2009 – 9:45 | No Comment
A Balinese Dish: Chicken Betutu

One of Balinese culinary heritage is Ayam Be Tutu. This meal is so popular even for non-Balinese. And Gilimanuk in Jembrana regency, is the ‘nest’ of this yummy food.

Gilimanuk is like a door of Bali …

Klepon : A Surprising Snack
Friday, 25 Jul, 2008 – 16:09 | No Comment
Klepon : A Surprising Snack

“Apa anak cerik ngemu getih?” What is a child holding blood in his/her mouth?
This is one of Balinese simile in the form of a question which is taught for elementary students named Cecimpedan. Actually, Cecimpedan …

What to Take in A Bad Weather
Tuesday, 17 Jun, 2008 – 15:36 | No Comment
What to Take in A Bad Weather

The weather in Bali in recent days changes very quickly. Sometimes it was very hot then the other days was very cold. The drastic change of weather sometimes disturbs our immune system so our body …

Nasi Ayam Kedewatan’s Mrs. Mangku in Denpasar
Thursday, 22 May, 2008 – 16:38 | No Comment
Nasi Ayam Kedewatan’s Mrs. Mangku in Denpasar

Standing on Tukad Badung Street, Renon Denpasar is one of two franchises of Nasi Ayam Kedewatan’s Mrs. Mangku (the central of course in Kedewatan, Ubud and another franchise is in Kuta. This restaurants attracts many …

Eating Bantal as Chewing Bubble Gum
Monday, 19 May, 2008 – 17:36 | No Comment
Eating Bantal as Chewing Bubble Gum

When you are in Bali, Bantal is a snack that worth for a try. Its delicious taste will joggle your tongue and coddle your teeth when you feel its smooth texture in you mouth and …

Delicious Meal in Woven Young Coconut Leaves
Friday, 9 May, 2008 – 15:05 | One Comment
Delicious Meal in Woven Young Coconut Leaves

There is a holiday called Kajeng Kliwon in which Balinese serves Tipat or Belayag (rice-cake snack cooked in a small container of woven young coconut leaves) to The God. Besides in Kajeng Kliwon, Tipat is …

Another Tropical Fruit: Ceroring
Monday, 5 May, 2008 – 16:18 | No Comment
Another Tropical Fruit: Ceroring

Ceroring is called Duku in Indonesian and Langsat in English with a touch of Latin it becomes Lansium Domesticum. The fruit is spherical-shaped, five centimeters in diameter, usually found in clusters of two to thirty …

Pan Suweca’s Roasted Chicken
Monday, 28 Apr, 2008 – 17:49 | No Comment
Pan Suweca’s Roasted Chicken

Are you food lovers? So you have to try this Balinese new recipe. Pan Suweca, a restaurant located at Bedugul Street, Sidakarya, Denpasar, will serve you special chicken dishes as its specialty. From his talented …

Exotic Fruit of Bali: Kaliasem
Tuesday, 22 Apr, 2008 – 13:05 | No Comment
Exotic Fruit of Bali: Kaliasem

The dark purple, spherical-shaped fruit, which looks like a big, dark cherry is well known in Bali as Kaliasem, and Gowok in Indonesian. There is no English equivalent for this fruit. It comes in stalk …

What to Eat while Hanging Out in A Warung
Tuesday, 8 Apr, 2008 – 17:12 | No Comment
What to Eat while Hanging Out in A Warung

After school, Denpasar teenagers especially the female do not go back home directly. They come by to the modest warung (a small roadside stall that sells snacks, drinks and convenient household items. However, in Bali …

Mak Beng: A menu with Thousands Customers
Monday, 24 Mar, 2008 – 14:50 | No Comment
Mak Beng: A menu with Thousands Customers

Armed 12 employees, 28 wood chairs, 6 tables, and modest building Mak Beng will serve your lunch. This restaurant is never visited by only few customers. Approximately 12.00 pm it will be flocked by the …

Vegetarian ‘Lawar’
Friday, 14 Dec, 2007 – 15:05 | No Comment
Vegetarian ‘Lawar’

Have you ever tasted Lawar – Balinese traditional food? Lawar is one of the most favorite foods after roasted pork in Bali which contains pork, green jackfruit, grated coconut, frying oil, coconut milk, citrus leaf, …

A Glimpse on Traditional Balinese Cuisine
Tuesday, 23 Jan, 2007 – 16:32 | No Comment
A Glimpse on Traditional Balinese Cuisine

The traditional Balinese cuisine is a rare art that cannot be learn perfectly at cooking course, it has to be learn in the preparation of a ceremony since the traditional Balinese cuisine is dedicated mainly …

Megibung (Magibung)
Monday, 25 Dec, 2006 – 0:00 | 2 Comments
Megibung (Magibung)

The word “megibung” is from the Balinese dialect meaning people eating communally. It is traditional custom of the Karangasem regency and normally occurs when there is a lot of work to be done in the …

Smoked Duck ( Bebek Betutu )
Tuesday, 3 Oct, 2006 – 12:12 | No Comment
Smoked Duck  ( Bebek Betutu )

Smoked duck is a delicacy of Bali, but since the Chef at Seraya Shores Villas did not have a smoker he had to improvise. [The Chef also felt sad for the duck and would not …

The Balinese Warung
Thursday, 3 Aug, 2006 – 11:34 | 3 Comments
The Balinese Warung

A warung is an Indonesian term for a small roadside stall that sells snacks, drinks and convenient household items. However, in Bali a warung is also the local coffee house, corner store and community meeting …

Meals on Wheels – The Food Carts of Bali
Wednesday, 2 Aug, 2006 – 17:48 | One Comment
Meals on Wheels – The Food Carts of Bali

Most Indonesians eat a substantial meal of rice, meat and vegetables three times a day, but they are also in the habit of constantly snacking in between. One of the delightful conveniences of living in …

Babi Guling
Thursday, 16 Feb, 2006 – 14:33 | 4 Comments
Babi Guling

Babi Guling (Suckling Pig) may be the most famous Balinese cuisine. Babi Guling is a whole baby pig prepared over an open, corn husk fire. A long stick is inserted through the pig’s body …