The holiday won’t be distant from the culinary trip. Especially if you are on vacation to Bali. Yeps, there are so many culinary choices. From the street food to classy luxury restaurants, everything is here. Just choose which one fits your budget. Even though it is famous for the Babi Guling menu, but there are also many halal food variants in Bali. Moreover, halal street food, let’s know more through our most recent video.
Nasi Pedas Bu Andika
People said that Warung Nasi Pedas Bu Andika has been established for more than 20 years. Here, buyers can freely choose side dishes. And what makes this special is the super spicy sauce that will make you addicted. Hence, it’s the right choice for you who are spicy culinary lovers.
This Balinese food is made with local ingredients called “basa genep”. In the beginning, Ayam Betutu is served for a ceremonial event. But today it has become a public dish and be one of the well-known halal culinary from the tropical island. Most suitable of Ayam Betutu is served with warm steamed rice along with raw sauce (sambal matah).
After tasting Ayam Betutu, the next halal food that is worth a try is the fried duck. Bebek Goreng served with warm steamed rice and chilli sauce will surely shake your tongue when you taste it. In Bali, it is not difficult to find this culinary, one of which is quite well known is Bebek Goreng Yemelia. Just need to spend Rp. 25,000 you can get a portion of Bebek Goreng complete with steamed rice and chilli sauce. Very affordable right?
Nasi Jenggo or now called Nasi Jinggo can be an answer for those who starve at night. Starting from Rp. 3,000 you can get a serving of Nasi Jinggo. It’s delicious and special because of the rice and side dishes (shredded chicken, fried tempeh, boiled eggs, chilli) wrapped in banana leaves. Has it made you curious to taste it yet?
Talk about the Tipat Cantok is cannot be separated from the peanut sauce. The combination of Tipat (Ketupat) mixed with peanut sauce, chilli and Balinese sugar then mixed with vegetables is indeed delicious. Moreover, it’s a good option for lunch.
Rujak Kuah Pindang
After eating Tipat Cantok, the dessert that is a favourite of local people is Rujak Kuah Pindang. Various local fruit slices such as mango, pineapple, jicama, and cucumber are mixed with Kuah Pindang that has been filled with chilli, and shrimp paste. The taste and aroma are very unique because of the Pindang broth. Pindang broth itself comes from the fish cooking water. Can you imagine how tasty Rujak Kuah Pindang? Umm, so yummy!
Sagon Kelapa is a pastry whose processing comes from glutinous rice flour mixed with grated coconut and then baked until cooked. This cake is a type of snack with its savoury, sweet and fragrant aroma of coconut. Cooked in the traditional way, the price of Sagon Kelapa is inexpensive.
Less complete if you have eaten Tipat Cantok and Rujak Kuah Pindang without accompanied Es Daluman. On Java, Es Daluman is called green Cincau ice. Es Daluman itself is made of green grass jelly mixed with coconut milk and Balinese sugar. Es Daluman is most delicious to drink during the day. In addition to its refreshing taste, Es Daluman is also good for health. For example, it is suitable for consumption to prevent heat in and smooth the digestive tract.
We have discussed the eight halal of street food. You certainly can’t wait to taste everything right? Still curious about the halal culinary that you can enjoy on the Island of the Gods? Take it easy, stay tuned on Bali Go Live to find out about the updates!