A Traveler’s Guide to Balinese Street Food

by David Barratt and I.Wayan Budiasa



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/1/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 94
ISBN : 9781503509733
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 94
ISBN : 9781503509726
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 94
ISBN : 9781503509740

About the Book

This book has been written to give the tourist the knowledge of the difference between the food eaten by the average Balinese and food prepared for festivals. The food easily available on the trollies ( kaki limas) and small restaurants (waungs)is a great way to eat at an inexpensive price but also meet the Balinese and if you enjoy it you can make it at home knowledge.

About the Author

David Barratt My grandparents, who travelled extensively in Asia buying food, manchester and decorative goods for their shop and home often reminisced about the intriguingly different cultures; introducing us to non European delicacies including savoury rice and spicy curries, mangos, avocados and pawpaws all almost unknown delicacies in post -war Tasmania. Budi My name is I. Wayan Budiasa. I am a Bali-Hindu cultural guide and have for many years been escorting international tourists from universities and other special interest groups to teach them about my religion and the culture; this includes travel to different Temples and cultural events including dancing and gamelan-music performances, cremations and family celebrations. No visit to our island’s culture would be complete or satisfying without the actual taste experience and understanding of the importance of food and its preparation in our lives, so introducing my clients to our dishes is both delicious and significant.