It’s time to get hungry, get messy and get utterly and completely satisfied with these meat heavy mounds of porky treats and beefy slabs. Here is my lip-licking road to the best ribs in Bali.
When you walk into this rustic warehouse, the first thing you’ll notice is the huge open fire stacked with logs, slowly barbecuing a whole pig. The Pork Spare Ribs are a special of the day and are coated in a sticky decadent agave and chipotle glaze. Sweet and spicy are of comparable intensities.
Hog Wild with Chef Bruno is a sassy and groovy restaurant known throughout Bali. Chef Bruno’s magical vision goes far more than just wicked ribs and brutal martinis. His creations will make you experience “finger-licking” like you’ve never had before.
Tucked away in a garden setting down a small street in Legian, Sang Ria is ideal for a romantic dinner. Their signature dish is pork spare ribs with home made sauce, which will fullfill your wildest meat dreams.
Cupit Warung is an open restaurant in a lush greeneries with a small bar & live music corner. The ribs are just fantastic – tender, lean and glazed in a slightly sweet, more Texas style, BBQ sauce.
Naughty Nuri’s is one of the most famous places for ribs. First, you’ll taste their epic homemade secret recipe BBQ sauce, then your saliva was just burst out to meet the big flavor, your eyes getting bigger which means you are shock of the goodness of the juicy meaty tender and succulent meat. And you will know that this is total food porn.
The ambience at The Fire Station is welcoming and lively, and it’s clearly the late-night hangout for those in the neighborhood. Their ribs are outstanding – so tender and the meat falls right off the bone easily. The grill is set up roadside, tempting passersby with smokey goodness.
The ribs at Warung Sunset are offered with a variety of flavourings. Their most popular is the honey-glazed ribs, sticky and sweet, or choose from black pepper-spiced ribs or sweet and spicy, they’re all good!
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