Do you want to dine in a traditional setting? Simply come to Angkringan at Ibis Styles Bali Kuta Dewi Sri. This unique dining place situated in a three-star hotel and managed by Accor offers a variety of traditional Indonesian menus. Aside from unique menus, the setting of this dining area is also arranged in classical style, so the atmosphere becomes more attractive and convenient.
Each menu is offered at very cheap price. It is not much different from the existing Angkringan at street side, the origin of this dining site. The price ranges from IDR 2,000 to IDR 15,000. These menus include fried rice, a variety of satay items, toast, grilled bananas, sausages and various fries.
Although it is presented in an open space, the sanitation and hygiene of those menus remain to be well maintained, so that visitors can enjoy the menus comfortably. The Angkringan is opened every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
Visitors can place the food order to professional chef of Ibis Styles. While enjoying the food, visitors will be accompanied by Balinese and Javanese traditional music. If visitors want a more relaxing atmosphere, they can also chat with friends, girlfriend and family by taking advantage of free Wi-Fi facilities.
General Manager of Ibis Styles, Tantiarini Hidayati, said, though it was located at hotel the Angkringan of Ibis Styles Bali Kuta was opened to public and in-house guests. “On Monday through Thursday, we serve tapas menus of the restaurant,” said Tantiarini Hidayati amidst the launching of the Angkringan, Friday (Jul 25).
Excellence of the Angkringan at Ibis Styles Bali Kuta, explained Tantriarini, was that visitors could enjoy their meal in the open space on the second floor directly facing the Kuta atmosphere. The atmosphere was cool because it took place in the evening. “Nevertheless, visitors can still choose the lobby area and sTREATs Lounge & Bar,” she said.
Waiters dressed in typical uniform present a variety of distinctive, delicious and cheap foods, yet they are still qualifying five-star hotel. Visitors will be served with traditional drinks, Wedang Jahe and Beer Pletok at free of charge. This offer lasts during the first 2 hours. “The Angkringan from Yogyakarta normally existing at street side is brought to hotel environment with unique setting,” she added.
The presence of the Angkringan, hoped Tantiarini, would become one of the right choices for traditional foodies. “To introduce this Angkringan, we also invite colleagues and motorcycle community to try it. In addition, we are also promoting it through print and electronic media,” she concluded. (BTN/ocha/015)