Originally a Singaporean cult favorite, restaurant Kilo jumped the ditch in 2014 and hasn’t looked back becoming a must-visit for tourists and locals alike. This Kilo Bali review will take you on a journey through their venue, menu, and staff.READ MORE
Salazón (Salted in Spanish) is located in En Vie Lane, a thriving area in Seminyak. The first things you’ll notice upon your arrival are the enormity of their beautiful open kitchen, and the divine aroma of the 5.8 ton Scotch oven, a wood-fired oven that burns 24-hours a day.READ MORE
For foodies, Bali is a paradise with a finger licking and mouthwatering food scene. From local Balinese cuisine at a hawker stall or warung to healthy vegan food in hipster town Canggu and fine dining restaurants in Ubud and Seminyak. The food scene in Bali has got something for everyone! In this complete Bali food guide, we will take you around the island for a Bali food trip along some of our culinary hotspots. Selamat makan!
When you think of Bali, you probably think of beautiful beaches, awesome green rice paddies and, of course, delicious food. Bali has got it all and, as foodies, we are absolutely raving about the fantastic restaurants, inspiring cooking styles and local dishes available on the island. We absolutely love to explore the island for the best Bali street food available and in this street food guide, we share our favorites. From tender sate and rich beef rendang to sweet fresh fruits and delicious desserts: get your appetite on!READ MORE
We can tell many of you wanting to taste it once again and make it for the whole family at home. This time, one of our restaurateurs in Bali, Chef Ryan Clift is sharing his secret recipe for all of us to try.
Sambal is an Indonesian chilli paste, it’s considered as the country’s food staple amongst thousands of recipes the country has to offer. This simple chilli paste or sambal recipe is a goes-with-everything condiment, we recommend you to make sambal be one of your must-have condiments in your household just like in our home.
The term super soup is a bit corny (or chicken and corny, if you will) but there is really no better way to describe the downright deliciousness of Indonesian Soto. It is considered the national dish with various recipes in each region from Aceh to West-Papua. This chicken soup with brilliant broth is full of flavour.