A Culinary Journey

Meat Lovers: On the Search for Steak in Bali

A Culinary Journey | Apr 16, 2019

Food trends come and go but one classic dish that has stood the test of time is a good old fashioned steak! That’s right, whether you like yours rare or well done, somehow this simple dish al-ways hits the spot. Of course, if you’re a carnivore, this love for meat extends to other beefy bites, […]

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Sweet Finale : Searching for Desserts in Bali

A Culinary Journey | Apr 14, 2019

Dessert, the course we all seem to miraculously find space for at the end of a big meal. What’s a dinner without a sweet finale? A great meal can be under-appreciated without a final touch of a tasty dessert. Dessert is loved by young, old and everyone in between. This versatile meal can be eaten […]

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Haute Cuisine : Bali’s Elevated Dining Experiences

A Culinary Journey | Apr 10, 2019

As haute couture for cuisines, quite a number of restaurants on the island represent the very best in quality, innovation, technique and presentation; what goes into each dish is more than food. That said, for food enthusiasts these restaurants are not something to be taken lightly as they represent the definition of their culture, based […]

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Bali’s Seafood Scene

A Culinary Journey | Apr 08, 2019

Bali naturally prospers in coastal cuisines. One could find some of the freshest catches at seaside warungs and enjoy a local seafood feast to the sunset. Jimbaran is no doubt the island’s favourite stop for a sumptuous repast; a point to feed your piscine appetite without having to break the bank. If you have been […]

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Plant-Powered : Eating Vegetarian in Bali

A Culinary Journey | Apr 05, 2019

Surely the term ‘plant-based foods’ is no longer alien to one’s ears. Fad or not, people are jumping on the bandwagon, as both foodies and entrepreneurs, faster than you can say smashed avocado. This particular diet may be looked at as a way of life but eliminating meat products from your diet is a commitment […]

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Scholars of Sustenance: Reducing Bali’s Food Waste

A Culinary Journey | Apr 01, 2019

Whilst one-third of all leftover food in the world is rotting in landfills, one organisation in Bali has decided to make a change, tackling this global issue at a local, manageable scale with the aim of building momentum and making meaningful impact. “It’s happening,” said Bo Holmgreen, Founder of Scholars of Sustenance (S.O.S), an organisation […]

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Locally Sourced, Sustainably Produced

A Culinary Journey | Apr 01, 2019

Those may remember a time when ‘imported’ products were the sign of a good restaurant. The top spots would boast of their imported French cheeses, Australian beef, asparagus from Peru, and so on. Now, the tables have turned. Restaurants have turned their heads to locally grown produce in favour of supporting farmers, small businesses, as […]

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Feast Like a Local in Bali

A Culinary Journey | Apr 01, 2019

Bali has always been known for its cultural diversity. Yet even with so much diversity, there is a single common thread running through the soul of the island. That is food! In addition to its culture, food represents all that makes Bali distinctively different, and provides a window into the island’s past, present and probably […]

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Is Bali The Food Capital of Indonesia?

A Culinary Journey | Apr 01, 2019

The Island of Paradise: indeed the word ‘paradise’ does not only encompass the extensive range of jaw-dropping beaches, majestic mountains and verdant valleys that you’ll find on the island. Bali is also Indonesia’s very own paradise of food. People from different nationalities and countries make their way to Bali regularly. With that being said, Bali is itself made up […]

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