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“Gabah” meaning Rash, from which the rice grows inside is located in central Kuta, Bali's tourism capital, the restaurant offers an eclectic mix of both traditional Indonesian and authentic Balinese cuisine.

As I made my way up the wooden stairs to be greeted by a traditionally dressed Balinese  waitress a sense of calm and tranquility seemed to take over. The spacious setting accompanied by traditional artworks and earthy tones was both soothing and serene. It is up to the individual to choose to make their dining experience formal or relaxed. After a long day shopping and sun tanning I opted for a comfortable Balinese day bed overlooking the luscious green gardens.

The price of the dishes reflects the quality. With the conversion rate the meals and dishes are still cheaper than the price you would pay at home. Nasi Goering, a popular Indonesian dish of fried rice, spiced with tamarind and chilli accompanied by egg and prawn was my dish of choice. You may choose to add chips or a substitute of prawn crackers for example. While waiting sipping a sweet strawberry daiquiri you may view the chefs preparing meals in the open kitchen or listen to the live xylophone music, an escape from the bustling Bali traffic just metres away.

Along with an amazing menu other facilities offered include a Swimming Pool, Bar, Meeting Room, Chill Out Lounge, Parking area and Internet. So after you have experienced Indonesian cuisine at its finest you may log on and tell your loved ones at home.

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