Kitchen and Dining Room

Guests may use the main kitchen to cook whatever they want or you made an order, our team will cook for you. Grocery is not far or even you may visit our local market in Blahbatuh. This will be an extraordinary experience for you where local people buying and selling things. In this place, bargaining is a normal practice. You may offer half price, one third – free to make an offer. People don’t offend with this attitude.

The dining room and kitchen overlook natural reed, lush green as long as eye can see. At the end of it, is the Petanu River and the valley. People use for thatch roof in the past but now they are rarely for sale. As land is getting limited for this business, more on development of resort and hotel. Luckily we still preserve that natural reed farming – right in the front of Sua Bali.

Balinese Culinary

Mixed Sate or Crispy Duck would like to recommend; these are typical Balinese Culinary served with Jukut Urab is a mixed vegetable salad with beans, spinach, sprouts, grated coconut dressed in sweet and sour flavors.

The following dishes we may prepare:

  • Pepes Ikan (steamed marinated fish in banana leaf)
  • Tum Ayam (steamed minced chicken in banana leaf)
  • Mie Goreng (fried noodles)
  • Nasi Goreng (fried rice)
  • Be Celeng Base Manis (pork in sweet soya sauce)
  • Jukut Mecantok (assorted vegetables with peanut sauce)
  • Lemongrass, bean and chilli salad
  • Dadar (coconut pandan pancake)

There is also a Balinese stove made from clay and brick. In the past, people cook with firewood. A lot of smoke when people doing the cooking. In the morning, cold weather makes people do “ngidu” (stay close to firewood so people can get rid of the cold)

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