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June 10, 2009 | Bali, Japanese & Korean Cuisine, With Pork

That night, we decided to have something light for dinner. We found a Japanese restaurant called Take about 1 km from our hotel. The restaurant was about half full with the Japanese owner greeting and chatting with regulars. Most of the patrons were Japanese, so we had high hopes that the food here would be authentic. The menu is quite extensive, ranging from fresh sushi and sashimi, seafood, meat, tofu, and ramen. We only ordered: dobinmushi (a soup made from several types of mushroom & fish and served in a teapot with 2 teacups), gindara teriyaki and miso ramen. I love the dobinmushi. It was tasty and the mushroom & fish meat were generous. The miso ramen was also very good and tasted quite differently from ramens we usually had back in Jakarta. SC particularly loved the large pork slices in the ramen. The gindara was also great, but most of all, the price was very reasonable 🙂

Japanese Restaurant
Jl. Patih Jelantik
Komp. Pertokoan Sriwijaya
Legian – Kuta – Bali
ph. +62(361) 759745 , 759747

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  • lilo

    i had a lunch @Take as well.. i adore the various kind of mussel they have… really rare one! i tried “kerang batik” for the first time. this mussel can throw you water from its body, very cute one.
    and, oh! i love how they serve lobster, in a good deal of price.
    it was very nice eating here…
    im wondering do they have a branch here in Jakarta???

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