Sapi Bali

Posted on October 2, 2008 | 5 comments

Sapi Bali

Last month we went to Kelapa Gading with several friends to try Balinese restaurants that have sprung up in the area. We arrived quite early and our first stop is a place called Sapi Bali, a Balinese halal restaurant that serves Sate Sapi (beef satay cooked in Balinese spices), Ayam Betutu, Iga Bakar, Urutan (Balinese sausage), Ayam Kecombrang, lawar kacang.

Sapi Bali

We ordered 1 portion of sate sapi (beef satay) 20K and nasi campur Bali 22.5K, which consists of steam rice, kecombrang, lawar, urutan, satay & drink. We also ordered es daluman (Balinese traditional beverage that consist of cingcau hijau and palm sugar) 7K. In my opinion, the meal tasted delicious, the meat was tender, and the soup was a bit spicy. The daluman was too sweet with some bitter aftertaste.

Sapi Bali
Jl. Boulevard Block QA1 No.12A
Kelapa Gading Barat – North Jakarta
ph. +62(21) 45876998

5 Comments

  • Herman Saksono

    Sapi bali dulu pertama kali buka di Jogja, kl gak salah. Mantan chef-nya Hyatt. Keren juga kalau akhirnya buka di Jkt.
    Saya kurang suka Iga Bakar Bali, karena bumbunya (khas bali) terlalu menyengat. Lebih enak Iga Bakar Kecap IMO.

  • Reza

    The Ribs were alright, the sausage, a.k.a urutan, on the other hand was not good at all, at least in my opinion. It was just full of shaved coconut rather than full of fatty meat, which it should have been.Tasted weird also, sweet and salty mix. Forget about ordering it, stick to the ribs satay,and ayam kecombrang. Yummy.

  • Daniel Prawira

    Agree with Reza, forget the urutan…the ribs is okay but my favourite is ayam kecombrang…yumm…incredibly spicy

  • Anjar Priantoro

    Kenapa namanya sapi Bali ya? Bukannya di Bali sapi itu sacred dan sangat ga lumrah dijadikan masakan Bali yah?

  • sopjagung

    Restoran Sapi Bali justru nggak ada di Bali. Kalau nggak salah inget restoran ini awalnya dari Yogya yang menyediakan daging sapi, tapi dimasak dengan bumbu Bali.

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