Kopi Pot is a nice place if you need a bit of laidback ambience to chill in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Legian. Add that with their menu, it is also a great dining destination to be added to your favorite’s list. Having led Kopi Pot’s kitchen for a very long time, their chef, Agung Sukerta, knows best what to offer to their visitors, presenting an array of western dishes which have been infused with some Balinese elements. One of them is the Bali Taco (57k), the crunchy and messy snack which features homemade tortillas, ground beef, sliced onion, grated cheese and veggies with mayo, topped with fresh local avocado. The flavors of Bali come alive in this dish, with the spicy sambal served on the side as a condiment, sure to give some kick to your palate. For the vegetarians, you have no worries as the chef has been thinking of you too, with red beans in exchange for meat, so it can be very tasty option for you, as well!
Chef: Agung Sukerta


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