Eat your way through Bali

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Are you an incurable foodie who wants to explore the beauty of Balinese cuisine? Come on a food tour with me to hunt down and savour the amazing amalgam of Indonesian, Indian and Chinese flavours which make up this distinctive cuisine. Once you decide what dishes you'd like to taste, we can visit a range of restaurants, roadside warungs and night markets to get into the spirit of things! The list of typical Balinese dishes include: Babi guling: famous Balinese roasted suckling pig Betutu: seasoned steamed or roasted poultry (chicken or duck) - a specialty of Bali and Lombok Bubur Sum-Sum: rice porridge with palm sugar sauce and grated coconut. Bubur Injun (black rice pudding): black sticky rice with coconut milk. Bantal: packages of sticky rice, coconut, sugar and fruit (often bananas or sometimes orange rind or even mango essence Kopi Luwak (Luwak coffee): also called civet coffee or “poo coffee”. It is named after the practice of weasel-like animals called civets let loose into coffee plantations at night to eat coffee berries then poop out the coffee beans which are collected, washed and roasted over a fire Sate Lilit: spiced mince meat on a stick Sayur Urab:mixed salad Sate Susu (milk satay): a spicy spicy beef brisket satay prepared to be "milky" and served with hot chilli sauce. Popular in Bali and Java. Rendang: meat with coconut milk (Minangkabau: karambia) and a paste of mixed ground spices, which includes ginger, galangal, turmeric leaves, lemon grass, garlic, shallot, chili peppers and other spices. Nasi Campur: rice with various dishes Gado-Gado: a salad consisting of boiled vegetables served with a peanut sauce dressing.

Are you an incurable foodie who wants to explore the beauty of Balinese cuisine? Come on a food tour with me to hunt down and savour the amazing amalgam of Indonesian, Indian and Chinese flavours which make up this distinctive cuisine. Once you decide what dishes you'd like to taste, we can visit a range of restaurants, roadside warungs and night markets to get into the spirit of things! The list of typical Balinese dishes include: Babi guling: famous Balinese roasted suckling pig Betutu: seasoned steamed or roasted poultry (chicken or duck) - a specialty of Bali and Lombok Bubur Sum-Sum: rice porridge with palm sugar sauce and grated coconut. Bubur Injun (black rice pudding): black sticky rice with coconut milk. Bantal: packages of sticky rice, coconut, sugar and fruit (often bananas or sometimes orange rind or even mango essence Kopi Luwak (Luwak coffee): also called civet coffee or “poo coffee”. It is named after the practice of weasel-like animals called civets let loose into coffee plantations at night to eat coffee berries then poop out the coffee beans which are collected, washed and roasted over a fire Sate Lilit: spiced mince meat on a stick Sayur Urab:mixed salad Sate Susu (milk satay): a spicy spicy beef brisket satay prepared to be "milky" and served with hot chilli sauce. Popular in Bali and Java. Rendang: meat with coconut milk (Minangkabau: karambia) and a paste of mixed ground spices, which includes ginger, galangal, turmeric leaves, lemon grass, garlic, shallot, chili peppers and other spices. Nasi Campur: rice with various dishes Gado-Gado: a salad consisting of boiled vegetables served with a peanut sauce dressing.

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