Food – in all its forms – can give intriguing insight into places, cultures and traditions. Our collection of foodie experiences – tours, walks, farms, restaurants – will give you a taste of "real Bali".
– Medewi –
Dewi's Delicious Recipes
is a cookbook straight out of West Bali, which captures the spirit (and recipes) of a popular Medewi cafe. You can buy your copy at Dewi and Rasta Cafe, or online at Amazon.
sells an intriguing range of artisanal salts – some that forms naturally in pyramids – in flavours that range tumeric to smoked salt (our favourite). The "factory" is close to the shop – well worth a visit.
Bali's secret food spots – from spice plantations and arak producers to warungs and restaurants – with pioneering vegan chef Diana von Cranash, who's based in Pemuteran. Specialist cooking classes are also offered here.
There are two hillside restaurants at Sumberkima: Senja is an Indonesian restaurant and cocktail bar, while Sumo serves world cuisine. Both use home-grown fruits and vegetables, and have exceptional views.