What to Eat in Bali

By John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012

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While visitors to Bali have access to many traditional Indonesian dishes, Bali has its own singular fare that is not heavily featured elsewhere in the country. This is primarily due to its heavy use of pork, which is not allowed in the diets of the largely-Muslim population elsewhere. That said, dishes such as babi guling, or roasted suckling pig, are widely available in Bali, many of which are truly delectable. Other local specialties include bebek betutu, duck roasted in banana leaves with herbs; satay lilt, a delicious minced seafood satay; and urutan, a wonderful, spicy pork sausage.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Bali Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Bali.

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