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There were only about 14 or so stalls so very small market & not too many options. Prices were very cheap though and it was a nice experience. We were hoping it would be some really good Indonesian food but everything we tried was pretty...More
This market opens at 6pm, there was a review saying it’s airconditioned, but this is open air market. Has plenty of halal food stalls to chose from. There are satay, fried items like banana, samosa, curry puff, taro. Then there’s bakso, chicken noodles, murtabak,roppongi (has...More
We visited last night, 1 adult and 3 teenagers. Its a safe place for everyone to wander around on their own without getting lost. We arrived right on 6pm, and it was filling up quickly. By the time we left, it was chokka.
We loved coming to the night market and went about 4 times during our stay. We loved trying the different foods on offer and it was so cheap.Great to try Balinese foods. A meal with beer was about NZD $10 (Max) for 2 of us....More
The little nigh market is there every night and it’s the place to be if you want to eat with the locals and taste authentic Balinese food.
There are several little warungs for eating and also juice shops if you want freshly made fruit juices...More
This is a lovely place where you can enjoy a lot of local food. Lot of local people come here to eat at night.
Special recommendation to Warung Jawa Timur for their spicy and tasty plates and Warung Pak Bungalow for their huge fresh fruit...More