From grilled chicken sharwama to roasted lamb leg to roti jala with chicken curry, sample a spread of Balinese cuisine as you buka puasa with the family at Kintamani restaurant. Stuffed glutinous rice rolls, grated coconut and porridge are some of the classic humble side dishes that are also listed on its bottomless menu. Wash all that down with unlimited cups of ice bandung or fruit punch. Apart from its generous spread of food, the restaurant also caters to those who prefer a sit-down dinner by serving nasi tumpeng ($48), a popular Indonesian platter that’s fit for two, that features a mountain of yellow rice accompanied by vegetables, chicken and beef rendang.
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