Denpasar Restaurants

  • Nasi Campur Mukti Sari by Ukirsari
    Nasi Campur Mukti Sari by Ukirsari
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  • Nasi Jenggo by Ukirsari
    Nasi Jenggo by Ukirsari
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    street vendors: Satay - Skewed Meat Pieces on Stick

    by myspices Written Feb 22, 2006

    Sold by street vendors anywhere. Price : 10,000Rp for 10 sticks of satay.

    Favorite Dish: Pieces of marinated meat skewed into a stick and grilled over small charcoal fire. Before eating, you can choose to dip the satay into the bowl of slighty spicy grounded peanuts sauce or the salt provided. You can also eat it together with the "pressed rice" wrapped with leaves. For those who wants a more "fiery taste" - bite into the small chillies provided, it will blow your top!

    Satay served with peanut sauce and pressed rice Street vendors selling satay
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    Coffee Shop: Murtabak - Crunchy outside, Soft inside

    by myspices Written Feb 22, 2006

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    Found at all restaurants. Some restaurants have 3 types ie ordinary Murtabak , the Special Murtabak and the Super Murtabak. Price ranges from 12,000Rp to 14,000Rp. It is quite a big serving so it's best to order just one for 2persons.

    Favorite Dish: This is how the Murtabak is done.

    Ingredients : dough(flour), beaten eggs, minced meat, chopped onions, spring onions and salt to taste, oil for frying

    Method
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    1. Spread out the dough into a thin film (like doing the Indian roti canai). Place film of pastry on hot plate with heated oil.
    2. In a bowl, mix the beaten eggs, minced meat, chopped onions, spring onions and salt to taste and then pour the mixture onto the centre of film of pastry
    3. Wrap up the fillings by placing the four corners into the centre, making the pastry shaped like a square.
    4. Continuously, using the ladle, turn the murtabak to evenly brown the pastry.
    (see pics attached)
    5. Once browned, remove murtabak and cut it into pieces. Serve hot.

    Simple but delicious!

    Murtabak special  -  ready for a bite? Fillings in the Murtabak - Eggy Frying the murtabak in hot plate - part 1 Frying the murtabak - part 2
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    street vendors or restaurants: Bakso Mie - Meat Balls Noodles

    by myspices Written Feb 22, 2006

    Bakso is a very common food - lots of street vendors sell it. In restaurants or coffee shops, you can get it. Price - about 10,000Rp per bowl
    Good as breakfast or as light meal in the afternoon.

    Favorite Dish: It is noodles in soup or dried noodles with vegetables and meat toppings. If it is served dried, then a bowl of soup will be given with meat balls in it. Garnished with spring onions and fried onion rings. Taste a bit like the "wantan" noodles

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    Warung Ayu Sintya in Kereneng Night Market: Crunchy Babi Guling

    by myspices Updated Feb 22, 2006

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    Find your way into the market square at Kereneng Night market. This particular stall has a long queue of customers, either eating in or packeting back home. Long benches are provided at the stall. Take a seat - there will be many locals seated on the same long bench. Ask for a serving of babi guling - cost is 6,000Rp.

    Favorite Dish: It's rice topped with pieces of crunchy piggy's parts and meat, some slightly spicy long beans and most importantly a piece of really crunchy roasted port skin. Besides that, a stick of satay (skewed meat) is part of the dish served. It is also served with a bowl of pipping hot and slightly spicy vegetable & meat soup. Taste ? Fantastic!
    Goes well with bintang beer!

    A serving of babi guling with soup & bintang beer Famous babi guling - Warung Ayu Sintya See the crunchy skin of the piggy ? an array of the piggy's parts - crunchy too! closer look  at  the almost naked piggy
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    Nasi Jenggo can be found anywhere in Bali: Quick and yummy one dish meal ala Bali

    by ukirsari Written May 29, 2003

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    It's just need a coin (say as a penny!!!) to buy this meal. But I always enjoy it, 'coz the preparation so fast, no need to waiting for in order and easily can be found in any corners at Island of the Gods :)

    Favorite Dish: Steamed rice with grilled chicken or beef, scrambled egg, chili sauce, peanuts, coconut and tempe wrapped in banana leaf. Oh my :) So simple but nice!

    Nasi Jenggo by Ukirsari
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    Restaurant Mukti Sari: Mixed Rice or Nasi Campur with great taste :)

    by ukirsari Updated May 29, 2003

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    Hmm, hmmmm .... Everytime I visit Bali, always looking (and of course buy) Nasi Campur Bali. A dish of steamed rice with banana leaf aroma, added with chicken (or pork) grilled, steamed and 'sate lilit' Bali plus chicken soup.

    Favorite Dish: Nasi Campur Bali served in a dish with banana leaf, then drink coconut water. I also can eat the satay as a snack :)

    Nasi Campur Mukti Sari by Ukirsari
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    Restoran betty: Cheap meal

    by teollo Written Oct 9, 2005

    a small but clean restaurant. very cheap, with 1 euro we ate rice and 2 cokes! just if you want to have relax for a few minutes before continuing visiting the city

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