The breathtaking sunset of Bali that is the signature view of the magical island.
We took a taxi to Jimbaran Bay for seafood feast at Lia Café which I have been 2 years ago – read here.
The set menu here is quite affordable. We picked Set C which was Rp. 500k (approx. RM146) for 2 pax with lobsters, crabs, prawns, clams and not forgetting, Bintang beer.
By sunset, the beach was already packed with tourist diners.
The crabs aren’t the freshest I have tasted, but it was acceptable being cooked with sambal.
We couldn’t have enough of the chili – so spicy yet addictive!
Do drop by the jagung stall in front of Lia Café. You have the option to go for either sweet or spicy corn. We would recommend the spicy corn with chili powder which we thought was really delicious.
Address: Jl Pemalisan Agung,
Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia.
Tel: 08 123981408
Next, we tried out Bebek Bengil, a dirty duck diner somewhere near The Westin Resort, Nusa Dua where we stayed.
The restaurant was surrounded by trees and diners can choose to be seated in the individual huts.
We had Bebek Bengil – the famous crispy duck and grilled duck served with Balinese sauce which was equally good.
In fact, everything was yummy and addictive when served with that bottom left chili. I finished all of it!
Balinese Sate Lilit was tender. Pick either fish, chicken or duck.
What a delightful afternoon. We could sit there, eat and listen to the distant waves all day.
Bebek Bengil – Nusa Dua Branch
Address: BTDC Complex, Nusa Dua Beach,
Bali 80361, Indonesia.
Tel: +62 361 8948111
More photos from my pool and beach time at The Westin Resort, Nusa Dua.
That sums up my work trip in Bali this year (although this post is nothing work related LOL). Where will the destination be next year? :)