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This is a farmers market's parking lot during the day and turns into a night market around 5pm. That's when a lot of locals start coming in for dinner. There are many stands with local food and you can either have a full meal there...More
After finding this place was recommended on various websites we decided to take a visit while in Sanur.
We fed a family of 4 for $27 AU, this was for fresh Mahi Mahi, prawns, squid, 20 chicken satay sticks, 4 filled roti breads, drinks each...More
The store holders were desperate, the volcano eruption has really affected tourism, therefore they hound you to "come to my shop, buy pls ". Unfortunately this type of tradd is very annoying to most and it gets a bit tiresome. If they would only learn...More
We loved eating at the market! We fed a family of five, including kids with big appetites, for under NZ $20 which included soft drinks and a couple of beers for the adults. It all looked very clean and fresh, and the food was fabulous.
Yummy balinese food, my favourites were the Muslim satay stall, the stall next to it also served great nasi goreng. The 2 ladies at the entrance also make good food. All so cheap, i think our family of 4 had dinner for $11 AUD including...More
By the time I visited it, there were perhaps 15 sellers - 1 for toys, 1 for sweets, 1 smoothie maker, etc. however we got the taste of local sweets, rest didn’t dare to try. I expected more action, different sellers, etc.
looked a bit...More
I've wandered the night market a few times now, but it has never really been right timing for me to eat a meal here. This time however, I did purchase some deep fried sweet treats from a man who I am sure is very popular...More
The market gets very busy so I recommend arriving between 17:30 and 18:00. We thoroughly enjoyed the cheap tasty mie goreng (Rp 15,000), cold Bintangs, satay, and the best was the freshly made Terang bulan with Nutella, cheese and condensed milk (Rp 33,000). I would...More
Fresh ingredients; range of meat, vegetarian and vegan options; inexpensive. E.g my son declared the big portion of Mie Goreng for IDR25000 the best he’d had in Indonesia. Most stalls start at 6pm but we found some open from 4.30pm
First night in Sanur as a family of 5 (2 adults, 2 teens and a fussy 7 yr old) we ventured to the night markets - after a 20 min walk we found them. there are about 12-15 carts making/selling everything from fresh juices, rice/noodle...More