Dining in Ahmed, Bali.
We stayed about 20 minutes – walking time- south of town, near Pazzo, so, well before Sails and “life in Ahmed”. Note: we prefer to eat local food & we speak some Indonesian.
The Grill - Recommend – ate there 2X - for folks who want/need to eat western food in a clean western atmosphere – Ozzie owner, cold beer, good music, good food (you can even get an Australian rib eye steak) – Owner seems a bit tired of the whole thing, but a pleasant experience none the less. Dinner for 6 w/ lots of beer, appetizers & one desert was about Rp 750.000 - Located a few minutes walk south of Pazzo
Warung Makan TriYoga - Highly Recommend - ate there 5X….if you wish to eat local food in a local restaurant – they have whole roast suckling pig about ½ of the time (photo). This place is big for breakfast (about Rp 14,000/plate) and a lot of locals get “take away” there. Located a few minutes walk north of Pazzo
Pazzo – Do Not Recommend – ate there once – poorly executed western food, but in a nice enough western atmosphere that would probably off-set the food quality for folks who are not “foodies”. .
Bali Beer N’ Grill – Recommend - ate there 3X - “cleaned up” Balinese food – the owner – who speaks very good English – will make the dishes “more authentic” upon request – best fish curry I had in Bali – the Bali-style tables (behind the restaurant) over look a rice paddie. Good choice for folks who want to try “Balinese type” food without all of the fire. Nervous folks can get fried chicken or grilled fish – not scary - Located a couple of minutes walk north from Pazzo. Full dinner for 6 w/ lots of drinks was about Rp 375,000.
Note, I've had several critical, but polite and accurate, restaurant reviews pulled by mods on CH and have moved most of my reviews over to TripAdvisor as a result- I posted these Amed reviews due to the dearth of Amed, Bali reviews posted by travelers, (and not tourists).
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