6 Recommended Delicious Halal Food in Bali

Balinese food is the target of travelers when visiting the island of Bali. However, most famous restaurants always offer a variety of pork cuisine. No need to worry, in Bali, many stalls and restaurants sell a variety of halal food with delicious taste. Check out the article below to find out the recommendations for halal food in Bali that are mouth-watering.

  • Nasi Tekor

Even though it sounds foreign, Nasi Tekor is one of the halal dishes in Bali that won’t disappoint your taste buds. Nasi Tekor is rice served in tekor or pincuk, a traditional container made of banana leaves used since ancient times. The simple menu offered by this restaurant is Balinese mixed rice with a side dish of lawar biu batu, chicken seraph, Balinese chili sauce, fried beans, roasted chicken, and ares sauce.

Located in Kertalangu Cultural Village, East Denpasar, this food stall is designed like an old house complete with ornate knick-knacks that will take you back to your childhood. Interestingly, the owner of the restaurant turned out to be a pair of grandparents.

  • Nasi Ayam Kedewatan Ibu Mangku

Nasi Ayam Kedewatan Ibu Mangku is a fairly popular restaurant in the Ubud area. With a typical Balinese house with a pavilion, you can also enjoy a traditional Balinese atmosphere with a large yard. As the name implies, this place only serves halal food made from chicken. One serving of chicken rice consists of satay wrap, egg, Sisit chicken, fried chicken, lawar vegetables, and a super spicy chili sauce. The price is also cheap, only Rp. 25.000, – only per portion.

  • Nasi Ayam Ibu Oki

Another restaurant in Nusa Dua that sells various halal menus is Nasi Ayam Ibu Oki. Like other Nasi Ayam, Bu Oki also serves a portion of mixed rice with various processed chicken such as fried chicken, ayam Sisit, chicken betutu, satay wrap, egg and vegetables.

Ibu Oki’s cooking hallmark that makes travelers addicted is the spicy sauce that makes you sweat profusely. Nasi Ayam Ibu Oki also has a branch in Jimbaran. A portion of mixed rice here is priced at Rp. 25,000 only.

  • Bengil Duck

Bebek Bengil is the pioneer of the Crispy Fried Duck menu, always crowded with tourists. One of the most recommended Bebek Bengil restaurants is at The Bay Nusa Dua.

In addition to its delicious taste, Bebek Bengil in Nusa Dua also provides a beautiful atmosphere surrounded by trees and also a Balinese gazebo.

Here you will not find views of the rice fields but white sand typical of Nusa Dua. In addition to the Crispy Duck menu featured, Bebek Bengil also has other delicious menus such as Nasi Campur and Duck Sambal Ijo.

  • Teba Café Jimbaran

Jimbaran is known for a row of seafood restaurants that are ready to pamper your tongue. Almost every restaurant here has a variety of grilled seafood menus served complete with vegetables and sambal matah. However, one restaurant that is quite recommended is Teba Café Jimbaran.

Enjoying food at Jimbaran beach feels like a “style” candle light dinner on the beach with acoustic music accompaniment. So, if you want to have a romantic dinner with your partner, this place is ideal. You have to be on standby from 5 pm, so you can get the best seat to watch the super beautiful sunset here.

  • Mang Engking Shrimp Bale

As the name implies, this restaurant is the champion of shrimp dishes. You can find a variety of the best shrimp preparations here. The menu that is a favorite of travelers is Hurang Ageung, where various shrimp variants are served in one large basket. You can visit Bale Udang Mang Engking in Kuta and Ubud. Both of them offer a culinary experience in a cottage with a rustic feel.

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