Sanur is home to a sizeable expat community. Reasons for this are the International Schools that are located there, and the fact that Sanur offers a lower key type of scene, as regarding the beach, street, nightlife etc., than Kuta / Seminyak. Today Mike and I hit one of the expats favourite spots, Cafe Batujimber, on Jl. Danau Tamblingan. Pulling up outside, one will notice the shady outdoor dining area and the bread shop next door. Mike said the bread shop is a mini-Bali Deli. We sat inside as all the outside seating was taken, and I checked out the menu.
The menu is broken down as follows:
•Starter, Salad & Tapas – including Classic Ceaser Salad with grilled chicken / salmon / prawns – 35,000rp/45,000rp
•Soup – including Minted Leek and Pea Soup, with crispy pancetta, bread and sour cream – 25,000rp
•Toasties – including Smoked Turkey Breast and Cheese, with grilled vegetables – 38,000rp
•Mains – including Pad Thai Rice Noodles, with prawn lightly done in sesame oil, garlic shallots, ginger, soy sauce – 35,000rp
•From the Lava Stone – including Minted New Zealand Lamb Medallions, – 150,000rp
There is a tremendous selection of Juices, Smoothies, Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, Mineral Water, Soft Drinks, Beer, Wine.
My nasi campur contained beef, chicken, fish vegetable and was good (30,000rp).
Jl. Danau Tamblingan