Day 1 (Part 2) - 25th Aug 2011
Since it was our first meal in Bali, we wanted some real good and authentic Indonesian food so our local driver brought us to this restaurant in Kuta for lunch. This restaurant is quite popular among the tourists and they specialised in Ayam Tulang Lunak. What's that? Is actually fried chicken using pressurized cooking method, deep fried till very crispy and tender even the bone can be eaten. The restaurant is air-conditioned and clean with simple interior setting.
Ayam Presto Telur Asin - Rp128,000
Fried chicken with salted egg sauce. Anything with salted egg is usually yummy even though is sinful...lol!
Ayam Presto Goreng Crsipy - Rp96,000
Fried Crispy Chicken without any sauce. It was so thoroughly deep fried that even the bone and feet can be eaten like cracker! High dose of calcium...lol!
Tahu Telor - Rp31,000
Beancurd omelette topped with sweet peanut sauce and blanched cabbage. Simple dish but not my cup of tea as I find it too sweet. However, my friends enjoyed it.
Sambal Goreng Teri - Rp24,000
Crispy ikan bilis with sambal. Very spicy but we love it! Shiok!
Plecing Kangkung - Rp18,000
Blanched kangkong top with fresh sambal belachan. The chillies are seriously very spicy, if you can't take spicy food, do not order the sambal dishes.
Nasi Putih - Rp8,000 per serving
Yes with all the yummy spicy dishes, of course we need some rice to go with it. Our first taste of Indo rice, should be from their paddy field, the textures are slightly more sticky than the usual Thai fragrant rice that we usually have in Singapore.
Fresh Orange/Watermelon Juice - Rp24,000 each
Oh no... they added sugar syrup in the fresh juices.
Total bill for 4 came up to Rp460,000 (approx SGD60) was rather reasonable though not really cheap.
Ayam Tulang Lunak Malioboro
Jl Kediri No 50 I-J Tuban
Tel: (0361) 759 192
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