VIP Meal Deal: Kori Restaurant

Black Rice Pudding Spring Roll – 45k
With vanilla custard and palm sugar syrup. A very traditional Balinese dessert.
Thai Green Chicken Curry – 98k
A hot spicy Thai style curry with coconut milk and fresh coriander.
Singapore Sling- 80k
Dry Gin, Cheery Brandy, Benedictine DOM, pineapple juice, Grenadyne syrup, squeeze of fresh lime and topped with soda water.
Chef Jaya’s Sate – 60k
Chef Jaya’s chicken & beef dish served over coconut husk charcoal accompanied with yellow rice, sayur urap, peanut sauce and sambal ulek.
Kori is a secluded restaurant in the heart of Kuta, with a traditional Balinese atmosphere and a vast range of cuisines at hand. Upon entry you will be serenaded by the sounds of running water and Koi fish swimming alongside the perimeter of the bar. Sit down and shuffle through an extensive menu covering Indonesia’s many flavors as well as beloved cuts of meats served on hot stones, a wide range of seafood, classic Balinese dishes such as the delicious Bebek Goreng or Chef Jaya’s personal selection of Sate! So if you happen to be travelling through Poppies Lane and want to escape the hustle and bustle of Kuta for a moment, check in to Kori for a slice of Bali heaven. On top of that, if you’ve got you Beat VIP Card and are around for lunch, enjoy 15% off on all food and non-alcoholic beverages!
Kori Restaurant
Jalan Legian, Gg Poppies II, Kuta

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