9 Cheap Restaurants in Bali and Their Typical Dishes

9 cheap Restaurants in bali and their Typical dishes

Eating cheap in many restaurant in Bali is easy because in the island you can find restaurants for all budgets, you have to try their typical dishes in local Warungs, that are always cheaper than restaurants in tourist stalls.

Please do not leave Bali without discovering its flavors, smells and gastronomy. Trying different dishes and fruits every day to take back one of the best memories. also visit local markets, restaurants or street food stalls and do not miss the recommendations made by other travelers. In Bali there are many variety of places to choose

Typical dishes of Indonesian gastronomy (in BALI):

There are two dishes being the most requested are the Nasi Goreng and the Mie Goreng.

Nasi goreng is a fried rice with sweet soy sauce, It is usually accompanied by chicken (or seafood) eggs and vegetables. for tourist usually they serve it without spice but if it is a local food stand make sure you order it or you can bring it very spicy.

Mie goreng is fried noodles with soy sauce, you can also order them as the Nasi Goreng chicken or seafood. They accompany it with egg and vegetables.

Soto: it is a soup of meat and vegetables.

Kerupuk: Prawn bread served in many of its dishes as an accompaniment.

Lumpia Semarang: Spring roll.

Gado-gado: vegetable dish with peanut sauce.

Satay: they are like skewers of chicken meat or pork that are usually served with peanut sauce. They can be found in street stalls or in restaurants as a complement to other dishes.

Nasi uduk: Rice cooked in coconut milk served with lime, tomato, tofu and meat.

Klepon: Rice cake boiled with palm sugar and wrapped in banana leaves.

Otak-otak: Fish pie.

Sayur Asem: Vegetable soup with tamarind sauce.

Lawar: is a dish made by mix of beans, coconut and other vegetables with meat

Babi Guling is a traditional dish that you can found only in Bali because the rest of Indonesia are Muslims and do not eat pork. Babi Guling is a roast suckling pig. More typical in the interior of the island. It is usually served crumbled, with rice and vegetables.

Bakso: this meal is typical throughout Indonesia, They are balls of meat served with meat and vegetable broth.

Serabi: rice flour crepe and coconut milk

Kopi bali: it’s the typical Balinese coffee. The Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world and is obtained by grinding the coffee beans extracted from the excrements of an animal, the civet (Luwak).

And for dessert try the Bubur Injin (black rice pudding) if it is on the menu because you will not find it everywhere. It is a sweet black rice served with coconut. Delicious despite its appearance!

One of the wonders of Bali is its fruit. As in all the countries of the area, being tropical there are a large number of fruits that we do not know in other country. The best places to find and try it are the local markets. There are also fruit stalls next to the roads. The Durian is famous for bad smell it gives off and for its strong flavor but the best fruit is the Dragon fruit curiously this fruit grows in a kind of cactus, Outside it is pink and inside it can be purple or white