Salsa in Bali
For over decades now, Bali is a true melting pot of cultures. Not only tourists are coming to Bali from all corners of the world, but also many foreigners are living and working in Bali.
Did you know that people from more than 100 different nationalities are registered as residing in Bali?
Although the typical Indonesian food suits many of them, the influence of so many different cultures in the way of food preparing, results in a un -comparable choice of foods.
Have you ever heard of RODIZIO? Or CHURRASCO?
Both words are from Brazilian origin. Rodizio means rotating, revolving, while churrasco stands for barbeque.
Meat lovers can now enjoy this typical Brazilian food fest in Bali as well.
The system works as follows; meat in all kinds are served fresh grilled at your table. Every 5 minutes or so, a servant is passing your table with another kind of meat. You can choose, take and taste whatever you like. Sirloin, tenderloin, ribs, sausages, chicken, pork; everything, and as much as you want.
Brazilians are meat eaters; 200 to 300 grams or even more per meal is quite normal. No need to be shy; just follow them.
Side dishes, rice, beans, salads and farofa –a typical Brazilian dried manioc powder which is spread over the beans- , and later on desserts, are nicely presented on a self service buffet.
Take it by yourself, and eat as much as you want.
Don’t forget to try the caipirinha, Brazil’s national drink. Made from Cachaca (a national liquor), fine sugar, crunched ice, and lime. Delicious, but be aware: it’s strong!! You might be singing after a glass or two.
All this, and lots more, is now available at Rio Bar and Grill, located in Seminyak, Jl Raya Seminyak 31B.
Try it, and you’ll love it.
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