Indonesian cuisine is very diverse, giving to much importance to the different religions spread throughout the country. In Bali ( Balinese and Hindu majority region), for instance, pork is a delicacy amongst the locals. The Balinese prepare pork in herbs and spices to enrich its natural flavor. The herb-infused meat is then either grilled or roasted properly, making sure it is not undercooked. Lastly, the well-cooked meat is chopped up and mixed in sticky rice, topped with either grilled or sauteed vegetables.
There are plenty of places in Bali where you can relish on such Indonesian delicacies. The following article will help you find places where you can enjoy Indonesian cuisine and will also give you an idea of all the famous Indonesian/Balinese street foods:
Located a few minutes away from the Sindhu beach, The Sindhu Night Market has a wide variety of food kiosks, serving a plethora of savory Balinese snacks:
Bali has an abundance of fresh fruits (owing to its tropical climate). The exotic tropical fruits are chopped up and served on a banana leaf as a go-to snack. If you are on the way to the Sindu Beach, a go-to fruit snack is perfect.
Other than fruits, the stalls in the Sindhu Market also serve various traditional Balinese delicacies such as Sate, Nasi Tepeng, Laklak, and Bakso.
LOCATION: Sanur, Denpasar, Bali
TIMINGS: 6 pm to 10 pm
The Gianyar Night Market is a chain of food stalls, serving the best of Balinese delicacies. The most popular street foods served here are:
LOCATION: Gianyar, Bali
TIMINGS: 5 pm to 10 pm