Setiabudi Street

Setiabudi Street, in the west region of Denpasar, is recognized as a vibrant culinary hub. This street is adorned with a plethora of unique food stalls that showcase the culinary diversity of Denpasar. A particular favorite among the locals and visitors alike is nasi jingo, a distinct type of packaged rice from Denpasar. Fans of this delicacy won't resist the allure of stopping by at the nasi jingo stalls that dot this busy street. These stalls typically start their operations in the evening, continuing late into the night.

Throughout the day, from the break of dawn to twilight, the street teems with traditional Balinese food stalls. Dishes such as babi guling (roast suckling pig) rice, be genyol, and nasi jukut gonda are certainly not to be missed. For those visitors with a palate for non-Balinese cuisines, Setiabudi Street has you covered. It offers a diverse range of general food stalls serving dishes like bakmie (a noodle dish), grilled chicken, fried chicken with fresh vegetables, tofu fritters, and much more.

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