4D3N Bali Trip: Sate Babi Bawah Pohon, Legian

Anyeong! Have you ever eaten in a food stall situated right under the tree? Thunder-hazard aside, the customers of Sate Babi Bawah Pohon (directly translated to Pork Satay under the Tree) do not seem to mind the possibility of the freaky situation when thunderstorm occurs. Well maybe there are not many thunderstorms occurring in Bali after all. Thankfully for Noona, the weather was all about the sun when she's about to try out this popular Balinese local cuisine.

  4D3N Bali Trip: Sate Babi Bawah Pohon, Legian

If you wonder what's so special about these pork satay, you are in the same boat with Noona. In a glance, this stall just look like any other normal satay stall in Indonesia except other than the fact that it uses pork as the meat base. The smell of the smoke from the satay grill tempt people to neat them though.

Sate Babi Bawah Pohon at Legian Bali

Once the pork satay is grilled to perfection, they are then served on top of Indonesian version of rice cake, lontong. The last garnishing touch will be to pour the peanut chili sauce on the whole thing and itadakimasu! Despite the obvious not healthy category, these pork satay taste oh so good and you would not even mind to eat under the shady stall under the big tree to enjoy the delicious flavour of these pork satay. 

Balinese Pork Satay from Sate Babi Bawah Pohon Bali

Once we have completed our culinary adventure, we proceeded to our next destination by crossing over the recently built highway which was constructed above the sea. 

Above the sea highway at Bali

Who says that only the Japanese can build a highway above the sea, apparently Bali has its own Odaiba-highway-style too. Hahaha. This new highway really helps to cut time between Denpasar and Nusa Dua area significantly. Bravo to the local government. 

Highway toll to Nusa Dua from Legian Bali

Sate Babi Bawah Pohon is located at: 

Jalan Patih Jelantik, Legian, Kuta

Opening hours:

8AM to 6PM Daily

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