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    Poco Loco Mexican Restaurant: Cheap Mexican food

    by lindyz Written Jun 1, 2009

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    I was originally reluctant to do tips on restaurants, not knowing if they were still in the same place and open, but I thought Id do it anyway.

    Poco Loco was about a 2 minute walk from where we stayed at the Melasti Legian, so we ate here a few times. Food was very cheap, delicious and quick. A meal and drink back then in 2004 cost about $8AUD.

    Dinner at Poco Loco

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    The Bistro Restaurant and Bar: A little bit of Germany in Batam

    by dirtypierreontour Updated Dec 14, 2007

    Michael the owner along with his lovely Indonesian wife Zerna take extreme pride in their food to the extent that Michael makes a weekly visit to neighbouring Singapore to buy his meat and spices from a German smallgoods maker.

    Favorite Dish: The pork ribs that are slow cooked for hours just melt in your mouth.
    Food here is expensive by Indonesian standards and for that matter even Australian prices but after you have partaken, you will say like me, worth every rupiah.

    Michael and his lovely Indonesian wife Zerna
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    Wong Solo: Javanese Food At It's Best

    by networking Written Jul 23, 2007

    Great Java decor.
    100 % authentic.
    Service "still wanting".
    Mid-range prices
    Covenient locations.
    Ample and safe parking.

    Favorite Dish: Grilled catfish (lele)
    Spicy aubergine (terong)
    BBQ Chicken (ayam bakar)
    Poligami (mocktail of fruit juices)

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  • The Village: The best restaurant on the islamnd of Bali.

    by moshing2 Updated May 8, 2007

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    Its brilliant. It is about 5X as expensive as elswhere on the island but you can still get a three course meal for 1/3 of the price than in the western world. Excellent all round food.

    Favorite Dish: Any desert, never skip desert here.

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    SARI KURING Sundanese Food: West JAVA (Sundanese) Cuisine

    by meiyergani Written May 8, 2007

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    Sundanese Food is another popular cuisine in Indonesia, it was a different experience of Indonesian culinary. In a big city or in a Shopping places, Sundanese food are easily to find.

    Favorite Dish: There are so many choices of cuisine; Try its Roasted Fish, steam boiled fish wrap in a banana leafes, Sayur asam ( vegetable sour soup), Gado-gado (a mixed salad with grinding peanuts sauce), fried Tofu and Tempe, fried chickens, fried fish, a steam boiled mushroom and Sambal pedas ( hot shili sambal)..... very delicious foods... yum...yum...

    some dishes of Sundanese food Diner at Sundanese Restaurant
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    Indonesian PADANG FOOD: A UniQue of Indonesian Cuisine

    by meiyergani Updated May 8, 2007

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    To complete your trip to Indonesia, a culinary tour and traveling experiences one not to be missed is its welknown PADANG FOOD, a West Sumatran cuisine. In almost of Indonesian regions one can easily find a Padang Food Restaurants which also popular amongst Indonesian. In the Restaurant, they serve so many plates of food on the table beside a glass of tea and a plate of rice, you can choice which one is your favorite, fried chickens, fried sliced beef, cuttle fish, soup, shrimps, boiled cassava leaf, chickens/beefs or fish with coconut milk sauce, a barbeque etc.It was good to know that they not counting all the plates on the table, so they only count what You Eat, if there are two pieces of fishes on a plate, then if you only eat one, so you just pay for one fish

    Favorite Dish: They prepare various kinds of dish on the table, one can try its delicious a head parts of a big red carps in a coconut milk sauce, a cuttle fish with the same sauce of the red carps, a platefull of a fried shrimps with sambal (red hot chilli), beef soup with vegetables (cabbage, slices of carrot, potatoes), the others are Sate Padang (a barbeQue in padang style), a skin cattle crackers, a fried eel etc. Padang foods is welknown with its hot food, please do a choice for a not hot one if you didn't like a hot chili food.

    Onozato, Hiromi&Erika from Hokkaido, Japan Dishes in a Padang Food Restaurant
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    Warung Made Kuta & Warung Made Seminyak: Bali is the land of good food...

    by dianinparis Updated Apr 14, 2007

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    Bali is the land of good good. Watch out on those hips when you get back home.
    My old time fav restaurants will be of course The Made's Warung. It has two branches, one in Kuta and one in seminyak area. They offer various local / balinese cuisines as well as western cuisines.
    My recommendations are the Nasi Campur, Deep Fried Tofu, Nasi goreng and the Arak Madu.
    For cheaper alternatives, go to warung gossip and warung ocha. Warung gossip is located at kerobokan area and again seminyak road for warung ocha.

    go to : http://madeswarung.com

    Favorite Dish: Nasi Campur
    Nasi Goreng
    Deep Fried Tofu

    Seminyak Made's Warung

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  • Sederhana: Spicy Food

    by lily07 Updated Mar 18, 2007

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    This Restaurant Sederhana is awesome. You can find easily where ever you are in indonesia. Mostly the food is spicy. From chicken, beef, fish and also vegetable. The price is not very expensive. They call "Padang Food" . Padang is the city in sumatra island.

    Favorite Dish: Ayam pop (spicy chicken - not curry)
    Rendang ( spicy beef)
    Jus Alpukat (avacoda juice)
    Udang balado (spicy shrimp)
    Telur Balado (spicy eggs)

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    CAFE BATAVIA: CAFE BATAVIA

    by Onedragon Updated Mar 17, 2007

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    A POPULAR PLACE FOR PARTIES AND IT SEEMS THAT A LOT OF FAMOUS PEOPLE HAVE VISITED THIS CAFE BY THE LOOKS OF ALL THE PICTURES TAKEN OF THEM THAT HAVE PASSED THROUGH THIS CAFE THAT STILL REMAIN HANGING ON THE WALLS.
    A REMODELED 19TH CENTURY BUILDING TO LOOK AND BE HOME TO ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR PLACES TO BUY ICE CREAM AND BE HOME TO MANY PARTIES!!!!

    Favorite Dish: I SHOULD HAVE TRIED THE ICE CREAM !!!!!!!!!!! : (

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    Kalang Anyar Restaurant: Best seafood!

    by tere1 Written Jul 25, 2006

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    This is the best restaurant for seafood in Jimbaran Bay! You choose the fish and seafood you want before you go to your table, on the beach. They than serve you the seafood with vegetables, potatoes and rice, followed by tropical fruits as dessert. The seafood is so inexpensive! I advise you to go at the end of the afternoon, so you can watch the sunset while you have dinner. The food is delicious and the view amazing!

    Having dinner at Kalang Anyar
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    Budaya Cultural Theatre: Great buffet dinner

    by tere1 Updated Jul 25, 2006

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    We had a fabulous candle light buffet dinner in our hotel, the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel, in the beautiful open air theatre with Legong Dances, typical Balinese dances. I highly recommend it if you're staying at the hotel or in the Nusa Dua area.

    Favorite Dish: Indonesian favourite dish: Nasi Goreng, a spicy rice with shrimps and vegetables with a fried egg and chicken satays with peanut sauce.

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    Agar-Agar: Indonesian dessert

    by DunaKal Updated Nov 21, 2005

    A traditional dessert in Indonesia.it is served with sevral flavours,(i.e.choclate,vanila,,,etc)
    It looks like a jello,but tastes far better than a jello.

    Favorite Dish: It is a very cheap dessert and you can find it in most indonesian restaurants and street vendors.
    Most kids love it.(and adults too;-)

    Agar agar & pudding
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    Gado-Gado: Local mixed vegetables!

    by DunaKal Updated Nov 21, 2005

    This salad is made of mixture of vegetables mainly carrots,cucumbers,potatoes,and boiled eggs and Tufu,served with rice-cracers (Kurupuk)
    and peanut butter sauce.You can find it almost in any indonesian restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: If you are vegetarian you could have it with white rice as the locals eat it,this way it`s fullfiling.

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    Sate!: Barbecued Meat!

    by DunaKal Updated Nov 21, 2005

    You can find the Sate (Satay) in any resturant in Indonesia,it`s the local`s dish.it can be either made of meat(mutton)or chicken(it`s called Sate Ayam inBahasa
    Indonesian).you can find cheap or expensive Satay,depends on where you are having it!

    Favorite Dish: It is marinated and then barbecued,and served with white rice and peanut butter sauce,and of course hot chili sauce!!!

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    Local Food: Local Food.

    by kiwi Written Jul 19, 2004

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    My sister-in-law and her staff, all Indonesians, like to eat the food this guy brings around. It's instant, cheap and they say delicious. However this wouldn't be allowed in my country as health laws would prohibit this kind of food distribution.

    Favorite Dish: Traditional rice and meat dishes, served from the top section of the cart, and underneath sliced pineapples to whet the appetite!

    Food cart

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