VISITING Bali without tasting the local delicacies seems incomplete. So, one day if you happened to pay a visit, make your time to explore a variety of local foods like chicken satay (sate lilit), roasted suckling pig or (steamed) chicken betutu.
These Balinese delicacies are widely offered at restaurant or food stalls, including in the local night markets spreading across the island. However, when you take a Denpasar City Tour and there is a free time, in the south of Bali Museum near Puputan Square sits a warung or food stall named Laku Ayam Betutu. The venue is simple but clean enough to have a lunch.
A portion of Chicken Betutu Rice served in inka (plaited coconut stick) based with plastic-coated paper includes (white and red) mixed rice, shredded chicken betutu, fried young peanut, bean sprout and long bean vegetables, raw condiment, a half of boiled egg as well as a slice of cucumber. For drink, you can choose a bottled tea or temulawak or java ginger-based drink with ice. The latter drink can make us get refreshed. How much does it cost? It starts from IDR 10,000 (excluded a drink).