BALI FOOD TOUR - Join us on an evening to experience the secrets behind the island's flavours at street vendors and warungs known only to locals.
Start with the simple pleasures on this Bali food tour - crisp pisang goreng, Indonesian-style sate, and fried ote ote chicken and seaweed fritters in humble yet beloved local spots. Move on for more complex tastes - Balinese ayam betutu chicken roasted in clay jars with chilli spiked sambal and urap coconut salad at Ketuts, Javanese soto babat beef soup at a wooden shack that's been open since 1969, and tipat tahu fried tofu with rich peanut sauce among many more surprises.
Throw in a little Balinese blessing around the backstreets of old Denpasar, a shot or two of arak (local firewater), an amble through the local produce market to learn about the ingredients in Balinese cooking, and a sweet ending in a night market and you've got the makings of a fine foodie evening.
Trust us, you're not going to try food like this anywhere else on Bali and while it's tempting to be a beach bum, you'd be one wonton short of a noodle bowl not to join our evening moveable food feast.
Introductory Bali food tour sale - our four hour feasting tours are currently US $39 per person
US $45 for a short time only.
There is no question about it - most Balinese food is divine. Not all is made equal though and the best warungs (local eateries) and street vendors are found away from Denpasar's beach side resorts.
While the beach districts offer some fine fare, you didn't come all the way to Bali for flipped burgers, pad Thai and Mexican burritos. Come explore the real Denpasar away from the tourists and into the city's culinary underbelly.
To join our Bali food tour, use the calendar to select your date and secure your tour with your card. For special requests, private bookings, or dietary requirements, please contact us. Safety of our customers is our first priority, so if you have any allergies, please contact us before booking.
Our Bali food tour is designed for adventurous eaters with an interest in discovering the food locals eat. It’s a walking tour, but the pace is gentle, the terrain flat and there are plenty of rest (eating) stops along the way. Away from the tourist strips along the beaches lies the real Denpasar and some of the best street food and warungs (local eateries).
This Bali food tour kicks off from the terrace bar of the Inna Bali Heritage Hotel. It's easily reachable by taxi from both the beachside hotels including Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu and beyond. At the end of the experience, your guide can help you find transport back if you wish.