Bali has various free magazines and handouts highlighting eating options and nightlife events. One of the latest is Hallo Restaurants, a handy-sized glossy magazine that features some of Bali’s best restaurants.
Bali is loaded with quality restaurants and in an effort to showcase these, The Bali Tourism Board, has teamed up with, Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (HSBC), Bali Hotel Association, Bali Culinary Professionals and Garuda Indonesia for a month-long food festival.
Here’s a little tune up on some words in Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) relating to a warung.
Staying at Flamboyant guest house in Senkidu, just outside Candi Dasa, I had an agreement with the staff, ocean front room, with no breakfast, for 50,000rp. I wanted to try new places to eat, and wanted a low price for the room, so it seemed a good idea.
This afternoon while walking on Jl. Seminyak, I stopped to observe a small group of locals, descending on a snack vendor. These charachters are found all over Bali, carting a round tub of gear with them, and supplying shop workers with little snacks. This crowd were digging through bags of […]
Times change, people change, places changes, prices go up. Sitting here in London I’m flicking through a Lonely Planet from 1992. My first trip to Bali was in 1993 and it intersting to what places LP recommends for eating in the Kuta area.
As most of you know, I am a Yogyakarta man at heart and as such love the variety of food available there. Oddly enough though, the food I most often eat in Yogyakarta is Nasi Padang!.
Time right now is 6.15pm and by stomach is growling. Since starting to workout again my weight has dropped by a kilo! I eat like a horse and after this article I’ll be heading down to Warung Murah in Legian to load up on nasi campur.