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Let’s Savor Roasted Suckling Pig by Pa’Tut

Lets Savor Roasted Suckling Pig by PaTutRoasted suckling pig cannot only be found in Gianyar. Apparently, at the B’Couple Bar & Grill, Kuta Paradiso Hotel is also available. Its name is Babi Guling by Pa’Tut. Even, it is the only one throughout the region. It is not wrong if the roasted pig offered at the restaurant is excellent and most popular among foreign tourists. Executive Sous Chef, Ketut Wardama, said that his party offered three servings namely the Package Portion, Small Meat Portion and Large Meat Portion.

“We offer Package Portion with some icons such as steamed white rice, cassava leaves, Balinese pork sausage, assorted vegetables with grated coconut spice, pork soup and pork crackers,” he explained. He said the roasted suckling pig was made in traditional method to produce tender meat, good taste and crispy pork skin. “The menu we serve on special dish made of rattan called ingko. Then, a sheet of banana leaf is used as base on the ingko,” he explained.

The roasted suckling pig, added Wardama, used complete spice a la B’Couple Bar & Grill. “We process the pork into crackers, mixed with cassava leaves, string bean lawar and Balinese sausage. The presentation is simple where all the icons are arranged in such a way. Especially for the skin, we nicely pile it up on the menu. Then the soup is served separately,” he said. He said the menu was not only offered to the in-house guests, but also to the public. The menu had been ready at 12:00 noon and could be taken away. This Balinese food was the most suitable for lunch and dinner. Uniqueness of the roasted suckling pig of the Pa’Tut lay in the flavor that was not too spicy because it had been adjusted to the flavor of foreign tourists. (BTN/ocha)

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