This is the last dish I ate before my flight back to Jakarta. I never try it before, so it will be a gambling for me. Hopefully, this dish is became the perfect closure for my Bali’s culinary trip.
The small place, accommodate for only 20 persons, but it’s always crowded by their loyal customer. They opened their stall until 3 AM. Warung Makan Sederhana (in English translation means: simple food stall) was established its business since 20 years ago. Today this stall is managed by Mrs. Dayu Sri, the second generation. She inherit it from her father in law.
Soto Balung Babi (pig’s bone soup) is become the specialty dish in here. Price 17 K. A delish big bowl of pig’s bone soup! The pig’s broth soup is so tasty. It mixed together with coriander, galangal, garlic & pepper. The soup color is clear and not too fatty. The pig’s meat is tender. Scrumptious!
You can also order the pig’s bone soup with veggies. Eat it with spicy chili and squeeze of lemon or lime. Super yummy!
I’m very satisfied with my Bali’s culinary trip this time. In 4 days, I’ve tasted 17 incredible dishes in Bali (You can read it all on my previous articles. Find it all on Bali’s folder). All dishes reflected the richness of our Indonesian cuisine. From fancy restaurant to street food, they are all magnificent. Bali, the Goddess Island, also the Heaven of Good Food! Arrivederci!
Warung Makan Sederhana
Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 208
Denpasar – Bali