Typical Indonesian Balinese Cuisine that is so delicious Tourists Must Try
|Indonesian Balinese specialties|
I really like Bali. I was so happy, I've been to this city in Denpasar four times. Apart from the nature which is still very good, Balinese cuisine is also delicious. As for nature, I like to come to Kuta Beach to feel the cool air and beautiful scenery. When it comes to eating, I definitely go to the Baluran area, one of the locations for a famous culinary tour in Banyuwangi.
There is one dish that I really like and makes me want to go back again. That food is Ayam Betutu Mbak Timah. It is located in Kalipuro in Banyuwangi Regency. Ayam Betutu Mbak Timah is also quite popular, so Buddy Enchantment can find its location using a digital map so that it does not stray.
In essence, my friend Charm only need to drive toward the ketapang past the intersection of the Argopuro Street. Then, we will arrive at GGM Housing. Just enter the residential street, then continue straight. Well, goodbye! Later on the roadside you will see the writing of Warung Ayam Betutu Mbah Timah.
Arriving here, I immediately ordered a portion of chicken betutu and fried chicken. This dish is served with shredded spicy seasoning, chili sauce, vegetables or vegetables and fried peanuts.
Taste? Don't ask! Even though the original betutu chicken originated from Bali, but the betutu chicken in the meal of Mbah Timah is clearly not inferior when it comes to taste. It feels like a blend of Balinese spices and herbs often used to cook Javanese special food.
Friend Charm can choose the size of the chicken you want to order, starting from one whole chicken, only a quarter or half. For one chicken, the betutu is valued around Rp. 120 thousand. The size of the chicken is also quite large, so it can be eaten together.
Oh yeah, Mbah Timah Betutu Chicken is open from 9 am to 7 pm. I suggest to come before lunch or dinner, yes. If you charm friends come at this hour, you must be willing to stand in line because there are so many fans of Ayam Betutu Mbah Timah, you know.