Food Glorious Food in Bali
Well it looks like of all our posts the food ones are the most popular, so we decided to repost this one to the top of the list with some updated photos and restaurants.
When we were researching a recent holiday to Bali we had not expected the food scene to be as amazing and well developed as it was. There are cuisines from all over the world in one place, and even some of the top restaurants cost a fraction of the price they would here in Sydney.
From the funky Asian fusion places like Ginger Moon to the amazing smoked and barbecued meats of Barbacoa and The Smokehouse – we sure went on a beautiful food journey.
Some of my favourite places to relax and grab a flat white (an Aussie coffee favourite) were Sisterfields Cafe, Revolver and Watercress Bali
There are also wonderful local places serving some of the best Asian cuisine you can fine. The food is fresh, simple, delicious and cheap.
A big goal of ours is to help our kids savour as many different flavours as possible to expand their pallet and develop an appreciation for how food is grown and prepared. The Vegemite and Cheese sandwich will always rule for our son, but I am sure that a Nasi Goreng or Martabak from Anika Restaurant in Nusa Dua can make its way to his favourites list too.