From left to right: Coconut water (es kelp muda), iced black grass jelly (es cincau hitam), and happy soda (soda gembira).
These cold drinks are not only refreshing, they taste wonderful, too!
Juice in Bali
A great way to feel refreshed is to sip on a nice glass of juice. Here we have Mango, Strawberry, Melon, and Papaya.
Balinese chicken curry with rice.
Chicken is a staple food in Bali, and boy do they make it taste great!
Wide fried noodles (char kwetiau).
These noodles are one of our favorite dishes, and is popular all over Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Fried Chicken (Ayam Goreng)
This is a popular dish all over Indonesia, but is prepared a little differently in each part of Indonesia that you visit.
Suckling Pig (Babi Guling)
Not commonly found in other parts of Indonesia, this dish is one of the best Bali has to offer. Nothing beats spit roasted pork!
Stir Fried Vegetable Soup (Capcay)
This soup is both healthy, and delicious!
Indonesian Salad (Gado-Gado)
Made with steamed vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, fried tofu and tempeh, and lontong, served with a peanut sauce dressing.
Bali Specialty Vegetable Dish (Rambanan)
Spicy Water Spinach (Plecing Kangkung)
This type of spinach is a little different than the kind found back at home. Add some bean sprouts, and some spices, and you have this delicious dish.
Indonesian Fish Dumplings (Siomay)
This is the Indonesian take on the Chinese Dim Sum Shumai. Steamed fish dumpling, and vegetables, usually served with a peanut sauce.
Tipat is one of Bali specialty that is made out of steamed vegetables with rice cubes and peanut sauce.
A Meal in Bali
Clockwise from top left: rice, Tipat, Babi Guling, Capcay, Gado-Gado. Makes me hungry just looking at it!
Balinese pancakes. Yum!
It's what's for breakfast.
Yup, Tiramisu is popular in Bali, too!
You may have seen some kind of version of this if you have ever been to a local asian store. Trust us, it's better here.
No description is necessary for this. Maybe just YUM!