by Rayunan Bali Catering
This is just a selection. To get the full list of our canapes, kindly contact us.
- Mini shrimp spring roll
- Thai autumn roll
- Fish satay lilit lemon grass skewer
- Beef kebab with sweet chilli sauce
- Chicken satay with peanut sauce
- Shrimp siomay with chilli sauce
- Vegetables and chicken martabak
- Bruschetta ala Romana
- Bruschetta al Pescatore
- Seafood Dimsum
A canapé is a type of hors d’œuvre, a small, prepared and usually decorative food, consisting of a small piece of bread or puff pastry or a cracker topped with some savoury food, held in the fingers and often eaten in one bite.
Bawang Merah, our restaurant in Nusa Dua, arranges a beautiful and tasty buffet also for your group, minimum 25 people. A buffet dinner or lunch tailored for company gathering, product presentation, wedding, birthday party, you name it.
We can accentuate your tables with a tablecloth, flower decoration and candles; we can produce customised menus, greet your group with welcome flowers and cocktails, and can entertain you with Balinese dance performance. Contact us to develop your individual solution.
Location: 10 minutes close to BTDC Nusa Dua Resort, 10 minutes from Jimbaran Bay Resorts
Capacity: Up to 60 pax indoor (air-conditioned), up to 60 pax semi-outdoor, and up to 10 pax on our terrace with garden.
Cuisine: Indonesian, International, first-grade seafood, Balinese duck, chicken, beef, vegetarian. Steamed, fried, grilled. All our food is pork-free.
Daily open from 12:00 – 22:00.
Payment: cash, MasterCard, Visa
Parking: Secure parking and street parking
For inquiries, please contact Bawang Merah Nusa Dua (English, Bahasa) and get a swift and competent reply.
Indonesian Food in Nusa Dua
at Bawang Merah Nusa Dua
NASI GORENG SEAFOOD / SEAFOOD FRIED RICE
NASI GORENG AYAM / CHICKEN FRIED RICE
NASI GORENG SAPI / BEEF FRIED RICE
NASI GORENG NANAS + UDANG / PINEAPPLE + SHRIMP FRIED RICE
NASI GORENG JAMUR/SAYUR / MUSHROOM/VEGETABLES FRIED RICE
MIE GORENG SEAFOOD / SEAFOOD FRIED NOODLE
MIE GORENG AYAM / CHICKEN FRIED NOODLE
MIE GORENG SAYUR / VEGETABLES FRIED NOODLE
MIE KUAH SEAFOOD / SEAFOOD NOODLE SOUP
BIHUN GORENG SEAFOOD/ FRIED SEAFOOD RICE NOODLE
BIHUN GORENG AYAM / FRIED CHICKEN RICE NOODLES
NASI CAMPUR / BALINESE RIJSTTAFEL
NASI CAMPUR (Steamed rice served together with vegetables and meat: chicken satay, fried chicken, shredded onion sambal chicken, and sliced fish)
NASI CAMPUR SPECIAL (Steamed rice served together with vegetables and meat: chicken satay, fried chicken, shredded onion, sambal chicken, sliced fish, satay lilit, and chicken betutu)
BAKSO AYAM (Chicken meatballs in clear chicken soup with noodles,and vegetables)
BAKSO SAPI (Beef meatballs in clear beef soup with noodles and vegetables)
AYAM BAKAR / GORENG (PAHA/DADA) (Grilled or fried chicken served with steamed rice, sambal, and vegetables)
AYAM BETUTU ½ (Steamed ½ chicken in thick Balinese condiment served with rice and urab)
AYAM GORENG MENTEGA (Fried butter lemon chicken)
AYAM CHA JAMUR (Sliced chicken stew with mushroom)’
KOLOKE (Deep fried sliced chicken meat with sour sauce)
CHICKEN SCHNITZEL (Fried breaded chicken with cream cheese sauce served with sauteed vegetables)
CHICKEN CORDON BLEU (Fried breaded chicken stuffed with ham and cheese with cream sauce served with sauteed vegetables)
GRILLED BEEF MEDALION (Grilled beef tenderloin served with demi glace grape sauce and sauteed vegetables)
BLACK PEPPER BEEF (Sauteed sliced beef with onion, paprika, leak in black pepper sauce served with steamed rice)
BEBEK BAKAR / GORENG (Half grilled tender duck served with chili sambal, onion lemongrass sambal, urab vegetables, and rice)
BEBEK BETUTU (Half steamed duck in complete Balinese condiment served with rice and urab vegetables)
CAP CAY SEAFOOD (Mix vegetables stewed with seafood)
CAP CAY AYAM (Mix vegetables stewed with chicken)
JUKUT URAB (Steamed long bean and bean broth with coconut dressing)
CHA KANGKUNG POLOS (Plain stewed cress water spinach)
CHA KANGKUNG SEAFOOD (Stewed cress water spinach with seafood)
BROKOLI CHA POLOS (Plain stewed broccoli with ginger and onion)
BROKOLI CHA SEAFOOD (Stewed broccoli with seafood)
PLECING KAPLES (Mix steamed vegetables with chili and coconut dressing)
PELECING KANGKUNG (Steamed cress water vegetables with chili sauce)
Bawang Merah Nusa Dua Restaurant
Warung Kopi, Snacks and Sweets (until 5 p.m.)
Indonesian-Chinese cuisine and International dishes (all day long)
Daily open from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m., centrally located on the main road that connects Jimbaran and Nusa Dua, our restaurant is a great find for seafood lovers and those looking for delicious Indonesian-Chinese cuisine. The perfect place to try authentic Balinese food and Balinese sweets (Jaje or Jajan). To drink, we serve up refreshing cocktails, local wines, cold beer, healthy juices, and Bali coffee. View Menu.
From morning until 5 p.m. we run the place as “Warung Kopi & Jajan Bali“, serving breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweets. All day long we offer delicious Indonesian-Chinese and International cuisine.
The restaurant impresses with a local, clean and natural appeal. The guest room is air-conditioned, and there is also a small terrace with garden view. Our staff is friendly, the pricing is transparent, and our scales always read correctly. Secure parking and street parking are available.
The charming Balinese Spa Sekar Jagat is on the same premises with the restaurant. Some of our guests love to combine spa delight with a delicious meal. Bawang Merah Nusa Dua has a sister restaurant, Bawang Merah Jimbaran, beautifully located beachfront at Jimbaran Bay. And, our Catering Service delivers luxury buffet solutions.
Don’t hesitate to connect with us. We look forward to welcoming you!
The Bali Arts Festival kicks off with a June 11 opening parade in front of the Bajra Sandhi monument in Denpasar. At the Ardha Chandra stage of the Bali Arts Centre, witness a series of stage performances by the Indonesia Arts Institute (ISI) of Denpasar. On the following days up to Saturday, July 9, the various stages and different venues come to life with the wide and colourful variety of performances from different art groups from all over the island and Indonesia. The month-long festival offers you the best showcase of Balinese and Indonesian arts and culture in the entire year!
A well-informed article about Balinese cuisine.
Sate Lilit, Sayur Urab, Gado-Gado, Serapah Penyu, and Bubur Sumsum – No clue what are we talking about? Well, this time we are talking food. The delightful Balinese cuisine that offers a mind blowing assortment of indulgences.
Bali, an island with diverse cultures, could provide the tourists with no lesser diverse cuisines. If you have a Bali trip on cards, don’t miss out on the amazing dishes on our list below. They include the best vegetarian and non-vegetarian culinary delights of Bali.
The Bali cuisine offers a myriad of options. It is hard to single out the best food in Bali. But there are three dishes that every non-vegetarian Bali tourist has praised without fail.
Vegetarians! Don’t be disheartened, the subsequent sections will have a lot for you too.