Not too hungry, I went across the street to this unnamed Balinese restaurant.
I used to think that satay was chunks of skewered meat, grilled on a charcoal flame and served with a peanut sauce. At this place and at Warung Nia, I had seafood mince wrapped around a stalk of lemongrass and then grilled.
The presentation was very nice, the skewers bound together with a chili pepper. I liked these skewers and I could have eaten more.
Oddly, the shrimp and vegetables of the shrimp gazpacho were served separately. Regardless, it was delicious. I can’t remember the last time I had gazpacho. I liked the smoky flavor of the roasted tomatoes.
I think they called this a ‘pop’ on the menu. I associate a pop with frozen desserts.
This was delicious. The caramel inside was soft and oozed out when I bit it. It was too tough to use cutlery. This was consumed by me at a hipster coffee shop called Revolver, off Jalan Drupadi, in Seminyak, Bali. It’s located behind a clothing shop or down an alley.
Across from the Destiny Hotel is the Wild 1 café. I had breakfast here earlier and I enjoyed it. My only problem is that the business seems to attract chain-smoking tourists, mostly from Australia. Smoking is my pet peeve and I hate it when people smoke around me, especially when I’m eating.
My girlfriend knows one of the owners of Mexicola, a restaurant here in Seminyak, so I told her I’d go there.
Two house-made hot sauces were served. I liked the green one better, but the red one was fiery.
Right across the street from the Destiny Hotel is this Balinese restaurant serving pork and other meats.
The sauce was mildly spicy and I could taste lemon grass and lime leaves. It was tasty.
Supposedly the best restaurant in Seminyak, Warung Nia is highly rated by Trip Advisor.
I’ll definitely return to try their ribs.
Everything was excellent. I usually bite off the satay meat with my teeth, but I wonder if I should take the meat off the stick with cutlery first.