We had been walking for about six hours, just seeing the sights of the beach and surrounding bits and pieces when, as we were on our way home, we thought we’d drop in for dinner.
It was very quiet, a couple and their toddler being the only ones other than us.
The Commander for Marital Enjoyment ordered Nasi Campur Spesial – which we had been hunting downtown Sanur for as she had not had that meal since we arrived some two weeks prior ( I had it at Balique in Jimbaran – see review). I ordered the Siap Betutu as I had not had it before.
The Campur lacked the flavours of the Balique experience but, nevertheless, was deemed “very nice” by Carolyn (she’s sitting next to me now) although the “additional Balinese dishes” was actually the addition of three small chicken skewers with satay sauce.
While the Siap Betutu was okay, it was quite small and really required more flavour from the Balinese Spices it was purported to have. It verged on bland. The Minister of Perfect Recall (she’s gone again) agrees that I said that I’d be disappointed if I’d cooked something that tasted like that at home.
We had walked by the place several times during our week in Sanur and it had reasonable patronage. However, our experience wasn’t particularly memorable except for its ordinariness.
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