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Ayam bakar on Gang Plawa in Seminyak Bali

Wednesday evening I left Internet Outpost on Poppies Lane II in Kuta and stepped into the light rain. Realizing this light rain could quickly turn into a downpour, I donned my poncho. Pulling away I made eye contact with a lady getting wetter by the minute, seated on the back of a local’s motorbike. I’m pretty sure it was Mercedes Corby.

Back at home Ika wanted makan, so I grabbed the 23,000rp umbrella I bought in Bintang, and strolled over to Gang Plawa, the narrow alne across from Jl. Dhyana Pura. About 100 meters down the street on the right side is a small ayam bakar (grilled chicken) place. We ate there once before and I highly recommend it. Today I had the grilled chicken, steamed rice and assorted raw vegetables with hot sambal. A hot tea was my choice of drink. The chicken was a good size, well cooked and had a lovely dark sauce.
When ordering mine, I asked the same bunkus (take away) and it was ready for me. The total price was 17,000rp. Ika loved hers and told me the wife is from Bali and the husband from Java. Check this place out if you are staying in Seminyak, its well worth it.