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Sindhu Market

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Sindhu Market

613 Reviews
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lorra209 wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia111 contributions51 helpful votes
We love to eat at food courts and night markets and this one did not disappoint. Approximately 15 different stalls serving a variety of foods. Started with chicken satay sticks which were very tasty. A little on the small side, but at only $1.50 for 10 sticks how can you go wrong. Usual Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng for under $3 but our new favourite meal is Tami Goreng which is mixed veges and chicken over fried noodles. We went three out of the 6 nights we were in Sanur and because my husband had left something behind at the hotel we also came back to the area after a day trip to Ubud and went to the market again. Also recommend the banana fritters, especially if they are freshly cooked.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Mansi Reddy wrote a review Feb 2020
Chennai (Madras), India290 contributions83 helpful votes
This is a small night market where you can buy freshly made and cooked foods such as nasi campur, nasi goreng, delicious home made Indonesian sweet foods, chicken, curry, dumplings and much more. Value for money and worth the taste. The seating consists of tables with small plastic stools for seating.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Grant P wrote a review Feb 2020
Cowaramup, Australia104 contributions30 helpful votes
A great place to visit to get out of the restaurant-after-restaurant-cycle. No fuss night time food market that has all the usual stalls... satays, soups, nasi goreng, mee goreng etc... great value and is somewhere we always return back to. Tried some mixed satays but have to say the lamb skewers were pretty dodgy. Soups looked amazing but couldn't get a seat throughout the night. Absolute highlight was a chocolate pancake thingy that was less than AU$1
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Shelly K wrote a review Feb 2020
Wollongong, Australia180 contributions64 helpful votes
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Went to this market based on trip advisor reviews, it was exactly as we expected. Small with roughly about 15 eateries. We chose to try a few different smaller bites. Satay chicken was yummy but a 40 minute wait to order and we were the 1st in line, all the locals get fed 1st they don’t wait in line and they just keep turning up. There was also very little chicken on each skewer, 10 skewers per serve for $1.50. We also went to the fried food stall with spring rolls fried banana, fried beans donuts etc got 17pieces for $1.70 an absolute bargain and also all delicious, especially the fried coconut donut...omg. I also got the fresh juice of banana and dragon, also absolutely delicious . All up dinner cost for both of us $8.80 which included all the above plus a Bintang.My husband and I both left feeling so full. Simple no fuss and delicious. If we were staying longer we would definitely eat here every night.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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burnsy7892016 wrote a review Feb 2020
Kellyville, Australia38 contributions13 helpful votes
Have walked around the night market looking at the different foods on offer many times when in Sanur over the past few years but have never been game enough to eat there until now. After reading other reviews we decided it was time to give it a go and for $5 my wife and myself each enjoyed a lovely good serving of nasi campur. Will for sure eat there again.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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