My Time Capsule: November 2011


Review: Sawah Indah Restaurant

When visiting Ubud, most tourists tend to choose very popular restaurants such as Bebek Bengil Restaurant or Babi Guling Bu Oka. But this time I’d like to share an alternate interesting place for dining with affordable price.
Sawah Indah Restaurant, located in the middle of beautiful rice fields and quiet environment at Jalan Raya Goa Gajah, just slightly outside downtown Ubud.

one of the huts

 There are several comfortable huts for dining and also a fishing pond, for guests who like fishing and later the fish will be cooked as requested by guest. There are also some fun outbound facilities to be enjoyed with family or friends; like rice fields tracking, or playing pillow fight over the muddy rice field.

Gurami Timbung
The special menu is Gurami Timbung. A unique cooking method where the gourami fish is cooked inside a timbung / bamboo stems along with special spices, cassava leaves and long beans. It tastes a bit spicy though….

Ikan Bakar Lalah Manis

Udang Bakar Lalah Manis
Ikan Bakar Lalah Manis and Udang Bakar Lalah Manis, which are grilled fish and grilled prawns with sweet and spicy sauce, also worth to try.

Ikan Goreng Pedas
Young Coconut
Ikan Goreng Pedas is a crispy and tasty fried fish with sweet corn and sliced chilies.  The flavor is yummy combinations of salty, sweet and spicy. All the fish dishes are served with 2 kinds of sambals which are sambal merah (red chili paste) and sambal matah (sliced ​​red onion, garlic, chilli and lime). Eaten along with hot rice and young coconut ice for drink…. too delicious I can’t stop eating. Diet? What diet? :p

Ayam Goreng (Indonesian Style Fried Chicken)

Lele Goreng (Fried Catfish)
Besides fish the other options are chicken or duck dishes, fried rice, fried bananas and many more.
For more information, please visit the website:

Sawah Indah Restaurant
Jalan Raya Goa Gajah. Peliatan Ubud. Gianyar - Bali
Phone: 0361 - 785 8080

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Spain: Sagrada Familia & Montserrat

Spain, December 2009

Alhambra Palace, Granada


Plaza de Espana

Plaza de Espana

Seville Cathedral

football stadium, Madrid

Puerta del sol

Flamenco Show

Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, Zaragoza

Sagrada Familia Cathedral, Barcelona

the view from Monjuich Hill

Montserrat Cathedral

Montserrat Monastery



Portugal: Photo Essay of Lisboa

Portugal, December 2009

Punto 25 April Bridge, Lisboa


Christore, Lisboa

house of Francisco & Jacinta, Fatima

Basilica of Our Lady, Fatima


Campo Pequeno the bull ring, Lisboa

Belem Tower

Jeronimos Monastery, Lisboa


Review: The French Kitchen Restaurant

Who says that French food has to be expensive?
There’s a newly opened French restaurant in Petitenget called The French Kitchen, with its casual dining concept.
Mouthwatering foods, generous portion and very reasonable price……….I couldn’t ask for more.

Tempura of confit pork belly

Frisee salad, warm bacon dressing, 65 degree egg

Oven baked escargot stuffed mushroom

Chicken in 40 garlic cloves

Roasted pork rack with melted cabbage

Crispy apple layers with caramel sauce, rum n raisin ice cream

Profiteroles with vanilla ice cream, warm chocolate sauce

The French Kitchen
Jl. Petitenget no 2X, Kerobokan – Bali
Delivery no: 08821 9009 266

for more food pictures, please check my Facebook Page about yummy food in Bali


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