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Top 8 Balinese Food You Must Try In BALI!

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Top 8 Balinese Food You Must Try In BALI!
Loaded with diverse kinds of food from all over the world, it makes sense that Bali is packed with people from various cultures and backgrounds. However, for us locals, sometimes the taste of Italian or brunch dishes don't quite satisfy what we really desire. We're born with tongues that naturally enjoy shallots, turmeric, and ginger the most. Be anxious not, below you can find all you really need, list of dat good, good Balinese food.
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Sate is one of Indonesia's most longed-for dishes, not only in Bali, but also in other cities in the country. It's such a privilege that in Bali, there's a one-stop place that serves sate made out of different kinds of meat and sauces. Popular orders here include its Sate Domba and Sate Udang! And oh, they're relatively cheap. What's not to love?
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Every Balinese born on Earth should be proud of this distinctive dish! Nasi Campur is undoubtedly one of the best dishes ever created. At this place, the Nasi Campur is served in the most unique way you'll ever encounter. The dishes are served in separate bowls, keeping the taste of each and every of it real. Their Sate Lilit is the bomb.
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Ayam Betutu is another iconic dish in Bali. It's basically a whole chicken cooked in delicate and one-of-a-kind turmeric sauce for hours. Only in Bali can you find the authentic and the most delicious ones. One of the places that serve it best is Warung Nyoman. You can totally taste authenticity in every bite of it. Tastes even better when eaten with warm white rice. Spicy and yummy!
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A plate of Nasi Babi Guling consists of pieces of crispy, thick pork skin, meat of juicy suckling pig, veggies, and pig intestines, cooked with delicious turmeric sauce that tastes spicy yet addictive! Ibu Oka is one of the most legendary ones. One plate will cost you around 45K Rupiah. Worth every penny, yes it is.
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Blessed are us, who have access to enjoy ones of the best food in the world made out of soybean, tofu and tempeh, as known as tahu and tempe. Other than the fact that they're nutritiously healthy, they can also be cooked in different techniques. Nook Bali serves one of the best tahu and tempe on their plate of Nasi Campur. Such a perfect meal to begin your summer day on the island.
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As fresh as it can get. Freshest seafood grilled to perfection is quite rare to be found. Fortunately, there's one of a few places that serves seafood like no other, of course in a good way. At Echo Beach, you have the privilege to indulge in diverse kinds of seafood, including their fresh grilled lobster, while accompanied by the view of the serene beach. Yup, I guess I'm down for a seafood diet. I see food, and I eat it.
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Nasi Goreng! No wonder this one made it to Top 10 best food in the world by CNN. However, even though it's simple and easy to make, not everyone can cook it well. If you want to taste the real and authentic one, drop by here and order their Nasi Goreng, complete with kerupuk and shredded omelette. Its spiciness and sweetness are just right. A totally successful dish.
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Indonesian traditional cakes and desserts are really something. Nobody will ever get sick of the taste and the diversity. It's always something to look forward to. Other than scrumptious scones and sandwiches, Biku also serves traditional pastries, such as pastel, risol, and lots more. Tea time taken to the next level!