Ayam Betutu – Indonesian Food YOU NEED TO EAT in Bali, Indonesia!

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Ayam betutu is a must eat Indonesian food in Bali!
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One of the tastiest Indonesian Balinese dishes you have to eat when you’re in Bali, is ayam betutu. It’s a dish of chicken that’s caked in spices, and then traditionally, braised and then smoked. The result is a flavor overload of spices and tender chicken.

For this video I went to eat at a legendary Balinese food restaurant called Warung Nasi Ayam Ibu Oki. There are a number of locations around Bali, but I went to the branch at Nusa Dua which was close to where I was staying at that time.

The staff were all very friendly, and I headed into the kitchen to see all the assembly action – all the food being dished onto plates. At lunch time, Warung Nasi Ayam Ibu Oki can get pretty packed, both with takeaway order and people eating there.

I ordered two different dishes, the nasi ayam betutu, and nasi ayam complete, rice with chicken and all sorts of different side dishes. Both plates of food were superb. I would highly recommend it, for excellent Balinese food when you’re in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia.

Total price – 85,000 IDR ($6.28) – for 3 plates of food, water, and 1 coconut water

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