On this tour, you’ll learn as much about zesty Indonesian dishes as the luscious landscape that provides the ingredients. Before your cooking class at the Bali Asli restaurant, you’ll visit a nearby village and try a drink made from Indonesia’s favorite crop.
- 6 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 9:00 AM
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English
This tour begins at the Bali Asli restaurant. From there, you’ll take a trek to to Pangi Village to taste local tuak wine. It’s made from a mash of glutinous rice along with ragi, a type of cereal crop that produces the enzyme that makes fermentation possible. Your stop at the village includes a break for morning coffee or tea, and an easygoing stroll along the river and through the scenic rice fields. In the late morning, you’ll return to Bali Asli for a cooking class. Bali Asli’s classes have a very hands-on approach – instead of just following a recipe, you’ll learn about how the chefs get their ingredients, many of which come from the restaurants own garden. Finally, you’ll taste the fruits (and veggies) of your labor with a sumptuous lunch.
What to Bring
Camera and comfortable shoes suitable for trekking in nature, and money for tips.
Trekking, morning tea and lunch, recipes, cooking certificate, transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle, and water.
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