Category: Food in Bali

eat the freshest fish of your life

Do you want to eat tasty, fresh seafood like a local then head south to Jimbarans traditional fish market, shop for your own fish and get a local restaurant to cook it up for you. The market opens right after the break of dawn at 6am and closes at 3pm. Watch local fishing boats land and unload... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

Ayam Betutu – Go Local

Forget the fuss about fancy interior design, silver cutlery or cushioned chairs and sit down in a non-air-conditioned space on plastic stools and tables, with toilet paper rolls for napkins. This one is all about the ultimate local dining experience and the authentic taste of Ayam Betutu. In the olden days the dish called Betutu... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

Warung Yess – Go Local

Warung Yess is a little outside of the center of Canggu on the right hand side of the main road to Pereranan Beach, around 100m after the Bali Veterinary Clinic. Inside this very special traditional warung, owned by local Pererenan villager Pak Nyoman, you find a beautiful spotlessly clean setting that you would never imagine from the... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

Dandelion Canggu – Go Local

Experience the taste of Bali and Indonesia cuisine in this gorgeous warung. The wooden joglo, located in busy Canggu serves all of the Indonesian favourites like Chicken Sate, Pepes and Gado Gado and a nice selection of wines. The service is stunning and the staff is so welcoming, they make you feel like you visit their... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

Rice Farming – and the most beautiful rice fields in Bali

Rice, to the Balinese, is more than just an important food source, it is an integral part of the Balinese culture. The mild climate, the local mountain lakes and the fertility of the soil make the island ideal for rice production. At the beginning of planting time, after the water buffalloes walk the rice fields... Rea... [ Read More → ]