Indonesian food is a spicy mix of Asian and Pacific Island dishes. Like most Asian countries, rice is the main dish.
Breakfast - fried fish with satay sauce, curried green vegetables, Nasi Goreng fried rice, sausages, coffee, guava juice, croissant and breakfast pastries.
Babi Guling suckling pig prepared at the famous Ibu Oka restaurant in Ubud - A suckling pig is slow cooked over a fire and turned by hand for hours and hours. The cook constantly brushes coconut oil on the skin which gives it a nice brown color. The pig is turned into a variety of dishes that are tender, tasty and have a lot of spices. Travel writer and cook, Anthony Bourdain, gave this a thumbs up. Served with rice, vegetable soup and Fanta orange soda
Simple breakfast - toast, butter & jam, fresh mango, papaya, pineapple, banana and coffee
Temple lunch - rice, shredded spicy pork, steamed vegetables, pork sauce, chicken satay on a stick. This is eaten in the traditional way with hands. Getting the wet rice in your mouth is the tricky part.
Temple snack - traditional Bali cakes made from sticky rice, coconut, sugar and wrapped in banana leaf.
Balinese breakfast cakes filled with coconut goodness + bananas, mandarins, papaya & pineapple
Balinese lunch - fish satay sticks with very spicy vegetables, steamed rice and fish ball soup
Egg rolls from a Jakarta street vendor