Balinese food gets me excited every time we come back to Indonesia’s most popular holiday spot. I get excited about unpretentious flavours and time-tested spices that result in mouth-watering food that I just can’t get enough of. Next time you visit Bali
Gado Gado Salad - Aisha Nanor Martin's spicy Indonesian salad has it all; crunchy vegetables, boiled eggs, chilli peanut sauce, fresh coriander, fried tofu and a sprinkling of prawn crackers for added crunch
Where to Eat in Bali: Indonesian food is served fresh and will get you salivating—think rich and spicy satay, curry, nasi goreng, and gudeng. The best meal of the day is breakfast—it’s cheap and delicious, and cafés are everywhere you look. But be prepare
Indische rijsttafel - (Rice Table) The cone on each plate is rice and you various dishes to it - meat, vegs, fish, egg, etc. with flavours from sweet to extremely spicy. A wonderful way to experience colonial Dutch-Indonesian dishes.