Today's Specials: Kopi Pot | Honey Grilled Chicken

Being one of Legian’s oldest restaurants, Kopi Pot’s atmosphere is the exact opposite of the hustle & bustle of their neighbourhood; a simple traditional interior & architecture encased within a lush garden, and on bright sunny days,  sunlight peeking through the tree branches. Such idyllic scenery becomes the backdrop for their local and international menu that has kept them on the radar after all these years of competitive business. One of their delicacies that we review today is their succulent Ayam Panggang Madu (Honey Grilled Chicken). Spicy and sweet, this entree is the perfect dish for an exotic tropical lunch. Consisting of half a chicken (the wing & thigh) it is basted with spicy honey sauce for 30-40 minutes, grilled for several minutes, then served with ‘nasi kuning’ (turmeric rice), Balinese ‘urab’ (braised long beans with spicy coconut cream sauce), and three kinds of sambal – sweet chili sauce, sambal matah and chili soy sauce. This delicious dish costs Rp. 69.000 ++. For more information on Kopi Pot, visit their website at


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Stories

Ubud Village Jazz Festival is back in July

The much-anticipated international UBUD VILLAGE JAZZ FESTIVAL (UVJF) is entering its 10th consecutive year. This year it will be...

Read More

Bali Spirit Festival is back this weekend. Always a great time and not to be missed.

Bali Spirit Festival is in its 15th year and continues to grow stronger on each outing. It has had...

Read More

Scott Pullen Produces the Goods

The Beat talks with Scott Pullen, who is just back from a mini-tour spinning his own tracks in Germany....

Read More

A New Stage has Landed at Mrs Sippy

A new stage has landed at Mrs Sippy. It has been put thru its paces with major acts including...

Read More