Amazing “Bebek” @ Bebek Tepi Sawah Restaurant, Bali
NON – HALAL
Well, the last few days in Bali was amazing. I will try to post as much as I could as I’ll be out of town again for work.
Bebek in Indonesian means duck.
We were brought to this lovely restaurant by the friendly tour guide. We wanted to have “babi guling” at first but due to the festive season in Bali, most of the shops were not open. To compensate it, the driver brought us for lovely crispy duck @ Bebek Tepi Sawah Restaurant.
Grilled Pork Ribs Tepi Sawah – 51,500 rp. exc tax
The grilled pork ribs was good. The ribs itself was tasty without the sambal (spicy sauce). Meat was tender and it was not over-grill or too dry. The key ingredient of this was the marinated sauce with the ribs. Without it, the ribs might taste blend.
We also ordered mixed sate / satay. A combination of chicken, pork and beef. The satay was good, it can be eaten even without the satay sauce. The satay sauce was different. Peanuts were blended to paste and mixed with the satay sauce. There’s no crunchiness in the paste. Its Balinese style I guess. – 52,500 rp exc. tax The difference between the satay in Bali and Malaysia is the sauce used to marinate the satay. Malaysia’s version of satay are sweeter in taste.
The star of the day should be the Fried Crispy Bebek (Duck) Tepi Sawah – 61,000 rp. exc. tax.
I don’t understand how could they fried a duck to such crispiness. Duck meat is always hard to cook. The duck was obviously a bit dry, but meat was good. It was like eating fried chicken. Blend it with the sauce, it will be tastier. A must try dish!
The food was good, price was reasonable and the service was good. There’s no reason not trying this place for their famous “bebek”.
Bebek Tepi Sawah Restaurant Address, Contact and Tel:
Jalan Raya Goa Gajah, Banjar Teges
Bali 80571 Indonesia
Tel: +62 361 97 6656