Monday, September 25, 2017

Lunch - Delicious Yet Cheap Local Fare @ Bali Apollo Dive & Water Sports [Indonesia]

I am a cheapo at heart and thinking i might likely be ravenous after snorkelling at Nusa Dua (Bali); i actually brought along a pack of made-in-Indonesia Tim Tam, which suffered an expected fate of being torn apart with its content cleaned up in no time. 

However, the snorkeling didn't take place although my fellow travel mates took longer than expected to clear their seasports activities. The cold bottle of Bintang beer didn't register as food in my brain and with lunchtime around the corner, i couldn't resist but to order a local meal from the counter in the seasports centre! 

Nasi Goreng - this would be my second fried rice in Bali after the one we had on the first night at Seafood Pantai Kuta.

This was so much better tasting with a taste that's given a thumbs-up by Alex! Furthermore, the price differential is huge; the one at Apollo cost only 25,000 rupiahs and that's more than half the 55,000 rupiahs we paid for at Seafood Pantai Kuta.

Mie Goreng - again, i couldn't resist when i see fried noodle on the menu of an Indonesia eatery and it was no exception on day three of my August 2017 Bali trip. It didn't disappoint with the truly authentic flavour of the Indonesian style mie goreng that i love so much! 

And you know what i realise? Usually the ones served at higher class Indonesian restaurants were not as fantastic! A fellow travel mate from Korea commented that in the four days we spent in Bali, the mie goreng here was his best meal! 


Tanjung Benoa, Jl. Pratama No.70, 
Benoa, Nusa Dua, Kabupaten Badung, 
Bali 80361, Indonesia

As above.

Nasi Goreng - 25,000 rupiahs
Mie Goreng - 25,000 rupiahs
Small Bintang Beer - 25,000 rupiahs

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