Category: Indonesian

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JFC (Bali, Indonesia)

Yes, you had seen it right! it’s not a typo, its JFC short for Jaya Fried Chicken. Like many people around the world no doubt fried chicken is one of our guilty pleasures, similar in Bali it is a favourite, people love it, you can see a fried chicken shop...

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J. Co Bali (Bali, Indonesia)

Where is the best place to get J Co? Why not in the country where it originated, Indonesia. The minute we landed in Bali, I told myself visiting J Co is a must, a very popular donut in the Philippines where I tried after many years of its launch, not...

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Green Kubu (Bali, Indonesia)

Of all the restaurants we tried in Bali, I guess this was overall the best we tried in terms of location, price and most importantly flavour. It is not your average place, in fact it is hard to get here, it is located in the middle of Tegallalang and if...

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Deliziosa (Bali, Indonesia)

Jalan Poppies II in Bali has a lot of cheap but great restaurants to offer one of them was this Deliziosa. Our visit here was unplanned and had a chance of dining in here when one of their attendants outside the restaurant invited us to give them a try, they...

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Blue 9 Beach Bar and Grill (Bali, Indonesia)

This place is one of the places you need to hangout in Bali if you are waiting for the sunset, a very nice place to chill and relax while waiting for the sun to touch hat blue Indian Ocean while having some local treats and a bottle of ice cold...

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Bakung Noodle Bar (Bali, Indonesia)

In Kuta there is a Catholic Church and it’s just in front of the Lippo Mall that is why after attending the mass we went straight to this mall and find out what they got to offer. Outside was quite vibrant but the inside tells a different story, it’s quite...

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Bamboo Corner (Bali, Indonesia)

Bamboo Corner was our go to place when we were in Bali, first because they are near to where we stayed, the food was really inexpensive and it was good. Just think of this where can you get two lobsters for around $10.00 and a seafood platter complete with prawn...

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Bakso Boedjangan (Bali, Indonesia)

What’s good when you travel the off beaten path then you will discover places like this. When we were in Bali we tried to live like a local, using their transport system, visiting the back streets, watch in their cinemas, even use their local facilities like parlours and dentist. One...

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Bubur Ayam

If you love congee, goto or arrozcaldo then this is a no brainer for you, an Indonesian Style chicken congee infused with Indonesian spices. Like most congee dishes it all start with rice and some good chicken stock then additional ingredients are infused to create a concoction unique to the...

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J. Co (Metro Manila, Philippines)

Before I always told myself when I go back and visit the Philippines I will have a list of places I to dine and eat, that did not happen because our short trip was not a vacation but rather a sad trip of attending a funeral, which means our primary...