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THE BEST MEALS IN BALI


 

Welcome to a culinary journey to the heart of Bali, an island that charms not only with its enchanting landscapes, but also with its authentic, richly flavoured cuisine. Balinese food is much more than just a culinary experience, it's a sensory journey through centuries of cultural heritage and deep-rooted traditions. We invite you to explore the exotic aromas and incredible variety of dishes that tantalise everyone's taste buds.



Nasi goreng



Nasi goreng is an emblematic dish of Bali, found everywhere. It's a fried rice dish generally prepared with vegetables, eggs, prawns, chicken or other meats, all seasoned with spices and soy sauce. It's an explosion of flavours that can be enjoyed at any time of day.




 

Mie goreng



Mie goreng is the equivalent of nasi goreng but with fried noodles instead of rice. The noodles are stir-fried with vegetables, eggs and meat, all mixed in a delicious sauce. This is a popular dish on the streets of Bali and, like nasi goreng, it is appreciated for its combination of textures and tastes.




 

Sate ayam






Sate ayam is a dish of marinated and grilled chicken kebabs, usually served with peanut sauce. The kebabs are infused with spices and flavours, then grilled to perfection, creating an irresistible blend of tenderness and spicy flavours. You can easily find them on roadside stalls all over the island.








 

Babi guling




Babi guling is a dish of roast pork cooked slowly on a spit, usually stuffed with herbs and spices. It is one of Bali's most famous traditional dishes, often served at ceremonies and special occasions. The skin is crispy, while the meat is juicy and infused with spicy flavours.




 

Nasi campur




Nasi campur is a rice dish accompanied by a variety of side dishes such as vegetables, meat, eggs, peanuts, chips and condiments. It's a kind of meal tray that offers a variety of flavours and textures on a single plate.





 

Dadar gulung



Dadar gulung is a traditional coconut pancake dessert. The pancakes are green because they are coloured with pandan juice, then topped with sweetened grated coconut. It's a delicate, aromatic treat, often enjoyed as a snack or dessert.




 

When you discover Balinese food, you'll be tasting the very soul of this island paradise. Every bite is an invitation to explore the diversity of the culture and connect with the culinary heritage that unites generations. The bold flavours, subtle spice blends and exquisite textures will transport you to the heart of Balinese daily life, where meals are much more than just food, they are moments of sharing, celebration and connection. All that's left is for you to try this unforgettable experience, which will remain etched on your taste buds forever.

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