Kopi Pot | Sate Lilit

Chef: Nyoman Kek

If you are in need of a nice place with a laidback ambience to chill in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Legian, put Kopi Pot on your next hangout list. Aside from its calming lush garden setting, Kopi Pot presents an array of western and local dishes which have been infused with some authentic Balinese elements. This time, chef Nyoman Kek recommends us to get our hands on his mouthwatering local dish, the classic Sate Lilit (59K++). The popular Balinese Satay is made of spiced mince fish wrapped around sticks of lemongrass and served in a traditional way over a burning charcoal. A flavorful local styled vegetable dish, Urap, and rice is also served to complete the Balinese tasting experience. This package would only be more complete with a sip of the cold drinks available at their Lone Palm Bar.

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