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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Ayam Tulang Lunak @ Malioboro Restaurant, Kuta Bali

Chicken Bones which is edible ... no joke!

  • During our Bali holiday trip recently, we told our driver to bring us some special and good food which the locals favour.
  • So he brought us to this Ayam Tulang Lunak Malioboro which is quite famous name in Bali, for their pressurized cooked chickens resulted in really, really soft bones, to the point of being edible!

  • The restaurant was clean, and equipped with air-conditioners ... they have external open-air dining area too ...



Yve love this carving artwork ... took a picture of it ... really nice masterpiece of art ...


Corn Soup ... really good stuff ... the soup taste very sweet with strong corn flavour in it ...


Definitely far from street food-pricing range but the food was good and tasty ... something special to try out in Indonesia.

Fried Taufu's with spicy sambal ... jeng yeh ler ... the taufu is crispy and nice to go with the sambal ...

Shucks, din know fried vegetables also comes with the spicy sambal ... anyway the sambal was not that spicy to me ... taste really good when u mixed the sambal with the veges ...


Ayam Presto Telur Asin - No joke, we really chewed, gnawed and swallowed all those embedded calcium, bone marrows and all.
  • AYAM TULANG LUNAK MALIOBORO
    Jln Kediri, No 50, I-J Tuban,
    Kuta, Bali, Indonesia.
    Telephone : 0361-759 192.

16 comments:

Mei Teng said...

All the dishes looked so yummy. And I am hungry now :)

Malioboro sounds like Marlboro..haha.

vialentino said...

mei teng: yeah, taste very unique indeed...esp the bone...so far i have eaten deep fried fish bone but not chicken bones...hahaha....yeah...like marlboro ...

smallkucing said...

Yum....ya very sedap one :D

Mommy Ling said...

Hahaah..at first glance i read as Malboro. Then was thinking use cigratte to make chicken? Then only realised i read it wrong.hahahhah..

suituapui said...

Just like the canned stewed pork...or the sardines - cooked so long that the bones are soft and can be eaten? Wow...you still have lots of Bali posts outstanding kah? Must have had a great time there...ate so many things! LOL!!!

reanaclaire said...

wah.. really good food and so different from here too! yummy!

vialentino said...

smallkucing: u tried before?

mommyling: yaloh...dats wat everyone saying how come i am promoting marlboro one...

suituapui: yaloh...bali post not end yet ... yeah, when i ate it, worry will get choke and bad for my stomach ... but it taste like keropok...

claire: yeah, wonder the Ayam Penyet AP got this dish a not...

uLi.佑莉 said...

Wah...my saliva came out dy after look at the sambal belacan chillies la...hehe!

SimpleGirl said...

really so soft until bone can be eaten....???interesting dish

oLive said...

i went here too..
the onli foods i can accept at Bali
haha

Alice Law said...

Wish we could have some of these here!^-6

Have a nice day!

ChrisAu said...

alamak....im getting hungry now!

Damian Lim said...

boneless chicken i heard off but not edible chicken bones. this is great stuff!

thule a.k.a leo said...

Hmmm... never tried that in Kuta before. But truth to be told, I love to devour the chicken bone (only limited to the wings) together with the marrow. SOmehow I love the taste of it :)

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

WHOAA the bones really soft ? sure or not one? but looked yummy owh. :)) baby dylan got eat or not? haha

Ayam tulang Lunak Hayam wuruk said...

its really and true, the bone its so soft and we can eat it.. if u go to jakarta, yogyakarta, surabaya, riau and padang (all in Indonesia) you can find Ayam Tulang Lunak outlet, check this out http://atl-hw.com/index.php?mod=location

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