My mom and I have been to Bali many times, and hands down, our Bali Asli adventure was the absolute highlight of our trip this time! We booked the Day in the Life of a Balinese Fisherman followed by the Campur lunch, and it far exceeded our expectations! Penny Williams, owner/chef extraordinaire provides a rare peek into the life the Balinese, through the culinary adventures and dining experience at Bali Asli. We saw parts of the island that only locals know how to find, and we were able to feast on authentic Balinese food that is prepared with care and love. Bali Asli restaurant and cooking school is an artistic masterpiece in and of itself, with locally sourced materials, spectacular views, and gorgeous landscaping. All the ingredients used and the cooking technique on wood burning stoves are authentic. The vast assortment of hand made krupuk, my favorite, were delicious! Bali Asli is an elegant retreat from the hustle bustle of popular Bali destinations, reminiscent of old Bali: peaceful, serene and magical.
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