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Ketupat

Here, serves a great variety of specialties from many different parts of the archipelago in very pleasant surroundings. You find many different soups, chicken, beef, duck, lamb, seafood and vegetarian delicacies from Bali, Sumatra, Jawa, Sulawesi, Moluku, and other parts of Indonesia.
In addition to the usual pork, beef, and chicken 'Sate' you find here barbecued skewers with goat meat, prawns, tuna, squid, and even 'Sate Lilit' with minced crab or duck meat. Seafood lovers can choose from different preparations of lobster, crabs, prawns, calamari and all kinds of fresh fish.
Vegetarians will enjoy salads and tasty main courses with beans, potatoes, spinach, bean sprouts, young fern leaves, and many more exotic delicacy.

 

Puri Seafood Bintang Lima
Another place to experience local Balinese and East Javanese cuisine is the tiny Puri Seafood Bintang Lima. There are just 5 tables (four of them very low without chairs and you have to sit on the floor). The menu lists many exotic delicacies such as curries from banana flowers, palm hearts, tofu and bean sprouts, as well as glass noodles with vegetables and many other vegetarian dishes such as fried buttered mushrooms.

 

Tanjung Sari
It is well-known since more than 25 years. In a stylish setting with a festive, almost cathedral-like atmosphere near the beach, you can watch on some evenings traditional dances and try the many dishes which are part of a Balinese Rijsttafel (here served as a buffet).
However, the main reason for many guests to come here is the beach front bar and the "Arak Bumbu", a wonderful mix of the potent local rice liquor with a combination of herbs and spices (including ginger, garlic, pepper, honey, lime, and many others).

 

 

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