Eat to your heart’s content as you explore the treasures of Eat Street in Bali: from roasted pig to a soupy dish to cold ice cream, Bali has it all!
Kick off your tour by going on a nice cruise through the back streets of Bali in a spacious and classic VW Kombi limousine. Enjoy the view of Bali’s streets full of culture and life. Your first stop will be made at a local roadside café that is a well-kept secret of Balinese taxi drivers. The café serves Bali’s most famous dish: Babi Guling, Suckling Pig, a spit-roasted pig stuffed or infused with various spices and herbs. Enjoy the tender, smoky flesh imbued with the aroma and flavours of savoury spice that create a harmonious joy in your mouth.
Once you’ve satisfied your tastebuds for the moment, head towards the largest local Eat Street found in Bali. Here you will find various warung (small family-owned businesses) selling their specialized produce that can range from food to goods. Your guide is an expert on Bali, so learn about the food you see and the traditions behind them. Venture to a soup kitchen that is a popular favourite amongst the local taxi drivers and slurp up the tastiest chicken noodle soup, Soto Ayam, that you will find in the area. Learn from your guide about the various culinary influences such as Javanese, Sumatran, Sulawesi and even that of neighbouring and nearby countries like Malaysian, Japanese and Korean.
If you’re not one to back away from a spicy challenge, you can drop by a small place that offers a five-tier chilli challenge. Step up if you’re up for it, and conquer! To cool the pain of the spice down or if you decide to skip the spice straight, try “Joss Milk”, a delicious dessert of energy powder mixed in with milk that is best complimented by a crumpet-style batter snack cooked in an earthenware pot over white-hot coals. You can also opt to try out some of the best ice cream in Bali at a Korean ice creamery to end your culinary tour of Bali.