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This seriously was one of the best pork we’ve ever had.  We followed an enthusiastic native to a no name side street for the best babi guling, or roasted suckling pig in the Kuta area.  A clean, simple, unpretentious food stall set in a shallow store front.  We liked it that there were no busload of tourists.

The chunks of pulled pork and chopped pork belly were incredibly delicious and moist, served with toffee colored crispy pork skin and vegetables bursting with rich flavors — fragrant coconut milk, galangal, lemongrass, lime, palm sugar, tumeric, garlic, shallots and chilies.


The no name food stall offered a modest menu, babi guling, pork bone soup simmered with tasty kale green and a few vegetable sides.  So delicious I had 4 plates.  Absolute pork heaven!

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While Jesse surfed the famous Bali beach breaks in a late afternoon. I strolled around the beach where I crossed paths of sun worshippers’ and female hawkers selling exotic snacks out of straw baskets. The women were friendly and welcomed snap shots of their food. Fish rubbed with spicy sambal, along with a small fried fish and roti bread.


A mix veggies salad of sliced bitter melon, green beans, fried shallots and mashed avocados.


Sun worshippers on Seminyak beach.

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