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It seemed a lot of the regular vendors we had seen in videos had decided not to show up the night we went.
The place was sweltering hot, there was nowhere near enough seating for even half the people there and in the morning we...More
We discovered the Sindhu Market back in 2006 but it has been modernised over the years & is now more popular with tourists.
Early in the morning the covered section is a hive of activity, sellers come from near & far to peddle their fresh...More
I pencil in a visit to these night markets every time I visit Sanur.
I really like that the locals and many tourists interact alike and share some of the delicious treats on offer here.
About 20 different food carts on offer all offering different...More
Once again found it on Trip Advisor. Followed suggestions and it was great. Yes market is small, no two ways about it, but maybe that’s the charm. On advice went to back left hand corner for fresh fish. OMG delicious. Was charcoal bbq out back...More
If you got enough of restaurants geared towards foreigners in the Sanur tourist enclave, this small local market feels like a big relief. Finally a place with normal prices for excellent Indonesian food. Prices e.g. for bakso soup start at 15,000 IDR (1€); a simple...More
Location is good and its nice to browse a market near the beach - but this one was very much stallholders quite insistent on getting you in - to the point where I didn't realise that one followed me out to my spot on the...More
We have been here a few times, always get decent food at great prices. 10 satay sticks for 15,000 rp ($1.50 AU), freshly made mango smoothies for 15,000 rp ($1.50!!), we also had seafood, 200 gram fillet mahi mahi, (40,000 rp, $4 au) 5 large...More
Get out of your hotels and experience some great food, cheap and great quality.
Sate is lovely.
My favourite is 4 duck egg martabak, extra jamur, extra pedas.
Always put half martabak in fridge for extra breakfast.
100% worth just a look if you don't...More