Serokadan customary village, Apuan, Susut, is not only famous for its natural and pristine potential. The area adjacent to Apuan village also has a cultural heritage in the form of Candri Manik Temple and a number of the other arts remaining to survive am
Lena Strobel and Samantha Schmidt are German travelers who came to Shankara Resto Sanur precisely on Sunday (Jun 15). The restaurant is a new place to enjoy a meal in the heart of Sanur tourism resort. Other than visited by foreign travelers on regular days, this restaurant looks so unique on Sunday because it holds a Sunday Market providing a variety of Balinese culinary treasures. Feeling curious, the two travelers still having the status as student then made a visit to the Sunday Market.
Lena Strobel and her friend Samantha Schmidt then tried to taste some prominent foods such as Sate Lilit, Lawar, Tum, Lontong Bali and Lawar Jamur. All the foods were vegetarian dishes. In addition, she also enjoyed the other serving such as Black Rice Porridge and Shankara Fried Banana.
“I have tried these Balinese foods. My favorite foods are Sate Lilit and Lawar Jamur. The flavor is truly appropriate with my tongue. It’s indeed slightly spicy but this food is really tasty and natural. In the meantime, I’ve also tried the Coffee Bali 63 having very distinctive taste,” said Lena on her visit that morning.
On that occasion, Samantha Schmidt added that the Black Rice Porridge served for breakfast was also very tasty. “I first tasted this kind of porridge in Bali. Uniquely, this porridge is different from the others because it consists of black rice, fruit and some kind of jelly in it which is very harmonious when savored directly with coconut milk and brown sugar. It’s sweet and I think that I’ll invite my friends to visit this Sunday Market,” she said. (BTN/ocha)
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