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    Padang FOOD Restaurant: PadanG food Restaurant

    by meiyergani Written Apr 6, 2007

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    PADANG FOOD is a wellknown Indonesian cuisine, it was a special food from West Sumatra, they prepare already cooked food, so the costumer not neceesary to waiting in long long time. One can get easily the restaurant in almost all over island of Indonesia, as well as in Bali, So if you just landed at Ngurah Rai Air Port, you can go to this Padang Restaurant just in front of White statue of Ramayana near Ngurah rai Air Port. They prepare so much plates on the table, but they only count what food you eat, in example if there are two piesces of fried chickens in one plates, then if you only take one piece, the restaurant only count the one you eat, as well as for other plates

    Favorite Dish: They serve special West sumatra Cook, one thing you should know that, almost of their food ar a hot food, so if tou don't like the hot one, ask the restaurant boy to show you not the hot one. You can try a red card head soup, it was popular padang food, the other is cassava leaf, cuttle fish, beef meat in a a chocolate color of saucage called Rendang, chicken soup,fried shrimp, fresh water fish, sea fish, beef soup, etc. Enjoy eat.... Yummy

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    Bush Telegraph Bar & Restaurant: Bush Telegraph Bar & Restaurant

    by Cathy&Gary Updated Oct 13, 2006

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    The Bush Telegraph Pub is an Australian themed pub with corrugated iron, timber booths and lots of Aussie bush memorabilia.

    The beer's are icy cold and the food is good. All the beef is imported from Australia, so if your after a nice juicy fillet, this is the place to go. (They also make a great huge hamburger).

    There is a big screen tv for all the Aussie Live Footy games and live bands on Friday and Saturday nights.

    Bush Telegraph is normally pretty quiet during the day but really pulls in the crowds at night.

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    Pundi-pundi Ubud: Pundi-pundi Ubud

    by imstress Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    The food at Pundi-pundi was so good that we had our dinner there for two nights.
    There is free wifi (pwd:a1a1a1a1a1) and it is just opposite Puri Padi Hotel, where we stayed.

    What we ordered:

    Mango smoothies 22,000RP
    small bintang 18,000 RP
    grill sensation 85,000 RP
    sirloin steak 69,000 RP
    total incl tax 224,070 RP

    Large Bintang 28,000 RP
    Beef Kebabs 56,000 RP
    Pork Spare Ribs 65,000 RP
    total incl tax 172,100 RP

    Favorite Dish: Every dishes taste good!

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    Dirty Duck - Ubud: Dirty Duck - Ubud

    by imstress Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    We had our first dinner in Ubud at the famous Dirty Duck.

    At 6pm the place was already half filled and they have reservation made for the pavilions :(

    The Bebek Bengil (dirty duck) tasted just like the Chinese Wax Duck but it is deep fried.

    What we ordered:

    Bebek Bengil 63,000
    Fruit Lassy 25,000
    Coke 10,000
    total incl tax 185.955

    Go early and ask for the pavillion seat near the end where you face the padi field.

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    Every Corner of Bali: Balinese Coffee, Cocoa, Arak, Rice Wine, Beer ..

    by lianne_kang Written Jul 30, 2007

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    Not only Bali offers a unique experience in terms of food, they offer some varieties of drinks too. Do try Balinese coffee and if you like it, you can pick them up from Matahari (their local supermarket). Their cocoa is not bad, but some places dilute them too much. Their Bintang Beer is pretty impressive! Comparable to international label, it sure does wonders during a hot sunny day. Arak is a Malay name of liquor, you can have them plain or many places mixed them up like cocktail. My personal favourite must be their Rice Wine Liquor, especially the one from Bumbu Bali. A bit sweetish, it is smooth and goes really well with my traditional balinese meal.

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    KINTAMANI CAFE: The Restaurant with Bali Architecture

    by meiyergani Updated Mar 25, 2007

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    Kintamani Cafe at Kintamani- Bali
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    It was a restaurant with Bali Architecture exteriorly and furnished with Bali Art and decoration interiorly. Located at the Kintamani mountain Range where we can see a blue muntain of mount Batur in the far away and the scenery of a Trunyan village at the edge of Lake Batur at the lower part of Kintamani, a warm welcome and international standard in service and menu

    Favorite Dish: The restaurant offers Indonesian cuisines and Western cuisine in a buffet style, chicken and beef soup, salad, fresh water fish, chicken babrbeque

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    KuDeTa: Splendid!

    by malbella Written Nov 17, 2006

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    Many thanks to one of the VT members for suggesting this place to me. Lovely as it is, it's a high class restaurant with bar counters serving great list of cocktails. On top of having the best location for sunset, they play cool music too. A place not to miss the sun setting. It's oh so beautiful. I love it!

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    The Kitchen on Wheels

    by balisunshine Written Oct 8, 2005

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    Food on Wheels

    Mobile kitchens are
    all over the streets,
    to fill the appetites
    of the Balinese who
    snack during the day and night.

    These kitchens on wheels sell cheap food
    to those working in hotels, shops, restaurants
    and even to the taxi drivers.

    Food here is prepared with the freshest of ingredients
    right before your eyes at a quarter of the price that
    you may pay in a restaurant.

    Just sit on the curb side to eat
    and join in a conversation with the locals.

    Food is served in leaves or newspaper cones
    full of soggy, newly steamed peanuts,
    boiled peanuts, (kacang cina malablab),
    peanuts fried in oil (kacang cina magoreng),
    fried without the skin (kacang cina kapri)
    or roasted (kacang cinamanyanyah).

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    Warisan's Catering Company: I don’t want to cook!!

    by balisunshine Written Nov 1, 2005

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    Fit for a wedding

    Kafe Warisan has taken the hassle out of entertaining
    at home, for a wedding, or any other type of event,
    by creating Bali Catering Company.

    Offering canapés, buffets, standing cocktails,
    four course dinners, flower arrangements, tenting,
    butlers, sound and light, all to create a fantastic event!

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    Grand Puncak Sari: Avoid at all Costa

    by easterntrekker Written Aug 11, 2011

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    View was the only good part

    This apparently is on the agenda of all tour and drivers. The idea is to have lunch with a with of the volcano. Avoid it at all costs. There are lots of nice little restaurants in the surrounding villages and this is a big tourist dollar grab. Lunch is “buffet” costing 120000 IDR plus tax which is about 3 times the price of a typical lunch and worst of all it was barely edible! Later I discovered some people were charged as high as 250000 IDR and others as low as 90000 IDR . It seems to being dependant on the commission paid to the drivers. The bathrooms are filthy . The good news is we didn’t get sick.

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  • Wali Warung: best seafoodplatter i bali!

    by dollsan Written Dec 4, 2009

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    Wali Warung is a nice cosy little resturang in legian. The food is indonesian with some western option. it is absolutely delicious. they do seafoodplatters and duck upon request a must to try. the staf is so friendly with their beautiful smiles. the owner wich is Lisa a swedish girl and her husband Wayan, balinese are so nice always ask if your are ok and if the meal was good. dont miss to check out the bathroom its clean.the whole place is so clean you really feel good to sit and have a meal in this nice atmosphere. a must to try. You will not get disapointed. In high season booking is nessesary.

    Favorite Dish: my favourite dish is Ikan goreng Jahe, ginger fish. snapper in ginger sauce with vegetables. its just the best. try for your self.

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    Gracie Kelly's Irish Bar: Gracie Kelly's Irish Bar

    by Cathy&Gary Updated Oct 13, 2006

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    Where ever we go in Asia, we always seem to end up in an Irish Pub.

    Gracie Kelly's is Bali's original Irish pub and has been beautifully decorated, its nice and cosy (even has an open fire!!) and of course has a huge selection of beers, wines and spirits.

    So if you feel like Bangers & Mash or Beef & Guiness Pie, this is the place to go. Prices for all snacks and meal are very reasonable.

    There is also a great Traditional Sunday Roast which includes a succulent choice of Roast Beef or Pork, Roast Potatoes, Roast Pumpkin, Garden Fresh Vegetables and of course Yorkshire Pudding and lashings of delicious Gravy. The cost is 80,000 Rp per person and is on Sunday's from 4.00pm - 10.00pm.

    Pool tables, dart boards, kids arcade, big screens for live sport events, are all at Gracie Kelly's and there is also a live band on Friday & Saturday nights.

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    Pacung Indah: Pacung Indah

    by imstress Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    Dine with a view signboard caught our eyes and we decided to have our lunch here before heading to Bedugul.

    We took the buffet lunch which cost 70,000RP per pax. Coke was 14,000RP and Beer was 19,500. Total incl tax was 190,850.

    We choose the balcony seats which faces the rice terrace fields.

    After our lunch, we walked over to the other side of the road and found that the view from the restaurant is nicer over there.

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    Gryia Restaurant: Gryia Restaurant - Ubud

    by imstress Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    We went to Griya at the recommendation of a bali travel guide book.

    At the peak of lunch time, there were only the two of us.
    We were rather apprehensive about stepping in but we did anyway.

    The food taste good. Probably the location is a little away from the museum and palace.

    What we ordered :

    2 bottle of coke 15,000
    BBQ Pork 52,000
    BBQ Beef 65,000

    total incl tax 145,750

    Favorite Dish: any of their BBQ dishes

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    Ibu Oka - Ubud: Ibu Oka - Ubud

    by imstress Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    Ibu Oka serves the famous Babi Guling aka suckling pig.
    We wanted to eat at the outlet just opposite the palace but it was very crowded.
    So we decided to eat at the new branch in Mas.
    Prices are the same in both outlets but Mas is bigger and very much comfortable.

    Parking fee was 2,000.

    What we ordered:

    Nasi Babi Guiling special 25,000
    (suckling pig with rice)

    Daging Babi Guling 30,000
    (suckling pig special with meat only)

    2 coke 14,000

    total incl tax 75,900

    Favorite Dish: suckling pig

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