Wow ....... how delicious it is. Beras Merah Waroeng & Bar in the Adhi Jaya Hotel Kuta has a unique and delicious menu. It is the one-meter satay. Its satay is not long, but the container used to serve reaches one meter long. In the presentation, it contains 24 skewers of different ingredients and typical spices. There is also twisted satay with a refined and distinctive flavor.
Meat as the main ingredient in use consists of five types, such as chicken, fish, beef, squid and shrimp. Although the ingredients are commonplace but the servings can present strong and authentic Balinese spices. Once tasting, it is guaranteed to get satisfaction. Aside from being unique, the culinary experience will make wonderful memories that will not be forgotten. Not only that, the presentation is also accompanied with a procession of Balinese art and culture, such as the bleganjur gamelan music.
Although it is not played by professional artists, the art accompanying the menu presentation is quite impressive. It is performed by waiters, waitresses and kitchen staff while dancing full of expression.
The types of menus served are for lunch and dinner. However, before arriving at the main course, visitors will be served with starting menu in the form of cerancam soup, a truly Balinese-style food. The one-meter satay is equipped with three kinds of condiment such as the tomato condiment, soy condiment and raw condiment. Rice is served with a traditional base and accompanied with plecing-sauced water spinach. Ultimately, it is ended with dessert consisting of assorted tropical fresh fruits.
Sales & Marketing Manager, Nyoman Aryanta, said the one-meter satay indeed had become a favorite for visitors who traveled in Kuta. In addition, jelly duck and fried duck were also widely favored by many visitors mostly coming from Australia and Malaysia. Similarly, the menu was best favored by domestic visitors as well. “The one-meter satay package is presented for two people,” he said. (BTN/015)
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