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Indonesian Cuisine- A unique gastronomic delight!

Prepared using traditional cooking methods and ingredients, Indonesian Cuisine is a must- try gastronomic experience. Most of the Indonesian platters are influenced by Indian, Chinese, Thai and Middle Eastern cooking. Since rice is the staple food in Indonesia, usual rice meals are accompanied by several vegetarian and non- vegetarian side dishes. Brem (rice wine) and nasi goreng (fried rice) are two authentic Indonesian meals popular among the South Asians. There are quite a lot of dishes made of soy in Indonesian cuisine and when you visit Indonesia do not forget to dine from an authentic Indonesian restaurant to savour and indulge in this gastronomic delight. You can accommodate in one of the luxury Bali resorts during your visit to Indonesia and Anantara Seminyak Bali is an ideal Bali resort available which gives you the chance of experiencing in Indonesian cuisine as well.

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