Bali Trip 2012 – Indonesian Food

Posted November 8th, 2012 in Bali 4 Comments »

We ate a lot while we were in Bali.  I love eating and Hiro loves eating too, so we were around the food almost all the time from the morning till the night… :p

It was actually my first time drinking coconut water.  I just never tried it.  But since I was in Indonesia I thought I’d try a sip.  …. I didn’t like it much 😛

Hiro seemed to like it.

In Ubud, we went to a famous duck restaurant Bebek Bengil (dirty duck).  The place was beautiful – very big place, and you can overlook rice terrace from your table.  There’re many ducks (probably they are for the restaurant….) around too.

I had lots of Nasi Goreng while in Bali, but I loved this restaurant the best.

Although it’s a restaurant specializing duck, I ordered crispy chicken :p

Food was so delicious!!  And I loved the view too.

This is at Kolega Warung in Seminyak.  The review was good, so we went there to try.
You can pick food you want for your plate from the counter.  My plate was around AUD$2

The food was great but this place didn’t have air-con…  Hiro was asleep but sweating.

We also went to Kudeta in Seminyak.  Actually we weren’t planning going there because I knew the price would be expensive.

It was expensive!!!!  But I have to admit, the food and location were wonderful.  We ordered soft-shell crab and papaya salad, crumbed snapper with Japanese coleslaw and wedges, and some pasta to share.  One bottle of Bintang beer costed around AUD$6 here!!!

Coconut & Palm Sugar Pancake at Made’s Warung in Seminyak.  As the name indicates, it was super sweet!!  The dough was chewy and nice 🙂

This Tempeh (fermented soy bean) chips are at Made’s Warung as well.  Very nice and crispy.

One night we went to Papaya – a Japanese supermarket near our villa to get some Japanese food to eat at villa.  They sell fresh bread, sashimi, sushi, fried stuff, bento boxes, onigiri, etc etc along with other foods, drinks and non-food items.

I think the prices were bit expensive considering we were in Bali, but still reasonable.  We bought few bento boxes, sushi, katsu and salads.

4 Comments on “Bali Trip 2012 – Indonesian Food”

  1. 1 Megan said at 2:31 pm on November 9th, 2012:

    Hi Ume! I left a comment yesterday to say how much I miss Bali when I look at your photos. I really want to visit the Japanese supermarket! I also said I have no idea when we will get to Bali again and my husband is going skiing in Nagano for two weeks in January, so I am stuck here.
    Today my boss offered us a trip to Bali next year for a Christmas bonus!! 🙂
    It looks like you had an enjoyable time, but the heat!!! So humid at this time of year. That’s a bit of a shame.
    Welcome home, by the way 🙂

  2. 2 umepontarou said at 2:24 pm on November 10th, 2012:

    Hi Megan,

    Oh that’s great!!! What a great Christmas gift 🙂
    I really want to go to Bali again soon, but don’t know when… Yes it was very hot and humid – I don’t really like the clime (it’s like summer in Japan) but everything else was wonderful.
    You enjoy your Bali trip next year!
    You are not going with Peter? You don’t do skiing?

  3. 3 Megan said at 10:27 am on November 12th, 2012:

    Haha 🙂 I prefer not to go skiing so it would be wasted on me. It is a great opportunity for Peter to go with our friend (his wife is also staying home). Their son has just bought a ski lodge, so it is cheap accommodation. They will have a great time together.

  4. 4 umepontarou said at 9:19 pm on November 14th, 2012:

    I’m sure they will!! It sounds a lot of fun 😉

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