Sate Babi Lapangan Gelora Trisakti Bali
Posted on March 26, 2013 | 3 comments
I went to Warung Bu Putu on Blambangan Street as I heard their rujak kuah pindang is great, but it turned out to be closed that day, so on my way back to the hotel, I found a crowd in Gelora Trisakti square that looked interesting. There are several women busily preparing satay on the grill and when I asked they said it was pork satay, so I immediately ordered a portion to try. The satay is usually served with lontong (rice cakes), but since I was still quite full from previous lunch, I opted just for the satay. It was served with a pinch of salt and bird eye chilis. The taste was delicious, with succulent and well-marinated meat.
That night, when I posted the pictures on my instagram account, many people asked whether it was a tortoise satay or pork satay. Apparently there’s a rumors that place is serving tortoise satay, but in my opinion, the satay I had that day was definitely pork.