My brother took me to Iga Sapi Bali one day for lunch, and it was my first visit there. Although the place is famous for its Iga Bakar (barbecued ribs), I opted for the Iga Kecombrang (ribs with relish made with ginger flower/torch ginger) because I was having gastritis at that time and it was labelled as "Tidak Pedas" (not hot/spicy) on the menu. My brother ordered the Iga Bakar and Urutan (Balinese beef sausages). I think the Iga Kecombrang was excellent! If you're not familiar with "kecombrang", it's a fragrant herb that can be commonly found in Thai cooking and in Laksa. I also tried a little bit of the Urutan, it wasn't spicy, and it was delicious. Not cheap by Jogja standards, but I think my meal was worth every penny. I would definitely come again and try their other dishes!
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