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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Balinese Cuisines

A visit to this tropical island would not be complete without having a taste of its unique cuisine. Dining in Bali can provide unforgettable moments, from 5 star gourmet experiences to breezy open sided bamboo cafe.

Balinese authentic food itself is rarely served in most restaurants or hotels. The suckling pig, lawar, and variety of satay, are often cooked specifically for festivals or ceremonies. Nasi (rice) is a staple of the daily Balinese diet and is usually accompanied by vegetables, sambal (hot chili) and a small amount of fried fish or meat. Meals are usually prepared in the early morning by the wife/mother; the family will eat the meal throughout the day.

If you are interested in seafood, Jimbaran is the best choice with many restaurants along the white sandy beach. The Jimbaran Bay seafood restaurants serve a wide selection of fresh seafood, grilled to order. You can enjoy spectacular sunset view and Jimbaran's beaches over cracked crab and a cold beer.

In addition to local Balinese and Indonesian fare, the island's list of restaurants covers a wide variety of excellent venues at varying price points. The restaurants are spread around most of the major tourist areas, in particular, Kuta, Legian, Sanur , Ubud, Candidasa and Lovina.

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