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Bali Cuisine – Discover Hidden Culinary Gems in Indonesia

They say that the way to one’s heart is through their stomach and many culinary giants take this quite seriously. With the food scene around the world exploding, more and more people are interested in experimenting with and experiencing local cuisines. Indeed, one of the most wonderful introductions to a new culture can come through being introduced to the local cuisine. Therefore, whether you eat to live or live to eat, foreign cuisines are not only a culinary adventure but are also a cultural excursion that tells many tales about their ways of life. For those lucky enough to be vacationing in the beautiful Indonesian island of Bali, gastronomic experiences await. For the foodie sitting down to a world class meal at any of the restaurants in Nusa Dua or experiencing the gastronomic local delicacies on the streets, Bali cuisine is a dining experience that is likely to leave your taste buds tingling and craving for more.

For those who wish to experience Balinese cuisine as a stylish dining experience, opt for one of the high end restaurants or one of the restaurants at resort hotels such The Laguna Resort & Spa Bali. But for those who wish to discover the deliciously adventurous Balinese food where they originate, step outside and be prepared to be blown away.

One of the most common street food meals that is traditionally Balinese is Nasi Campur Bali meaning mixed rice. This particular dish features vegetables, beef, tuna and tofu and is sold wrapped in a banana leaf. Other dishes that are characteristic of the local cuisine include Bakso, a type of meatball, Betutu, a roasted chicken dish and Babi Guling. Alongside the meal, one can also enjoy typical Balinese beverages such as Kopi Bali, which is coffee, and the panas, which is tea while an alcoholic beverage comes in the form of ‘Brem’ which is a rice wine.

Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+

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