Part of the Indonesian archipelago of 17,000 islands, Bali is often regarded as being in a class all its own. A popular holiday destination, Bali’s largely Hindu population makes the little island unique, as nuances of this belief resonates throughout the island, from its festivities, to the small everyday aspects of life, including the way food is regarded and imbibed. From Denpasar and Sanur, to Kuta, Nusa Dua, Batubulan and Ubud, discover the quiet yet alluring charms of the street food vendors and the low-cost snacks and meals they peddle from their three-wheeled carts.
From the sunny seafood restaurants along Jimbaran Beach, to the bustle of village markets at sunrise, the colour of temple festivals and the quiet pleasure of coffee at a rustic street-side Warung, the essence of Balinese cuisine is the best experience through its street food, which can be notoriously elusive to the short-term visitor.
Long time Bali resident and Balinese food expert, Chef Heinz von Holzen offers a fascinating insights and tips on eating and etiquette in Bali. Together with an exciting selection of 70 recipes from iconic Balinese dishes to lesser known cakes and snacks.
Selma Makan dan Selamat memasak