Bali is indelibly associated with beaches and sand and summer getaways, but what’s less well known is that the region also offers distinctive, delicious food — and a culinary tradition that goes back centuries.
On May 22, we’d like to invite you to join us for the second installment of the Kuliner lunch series to find out what makes Balinese food unique and memorable.
Date/Time: Wednesday, May 22 at 12 noon
Venue: The Holy Crab, 1588 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6G 2G5
Details: Balinese lunch (prepared by Kuliner head chef Djaka Putra leading a team of highly experienced chefs) accompanied by the history and background of the dishes served.
Nasi Campur | betutu chicken, eggplant balado, sambal goreng tempe & peanut, vegetable lawar, sautéed coconut flakes, sambal matah (GF)
Rice Flour Pudding | Javanese sugar, coconut milk, pandan, tapioca caviar (V/GF)
Indonesian Iced Coffee | Flores
The event is organized by PERMAI BC and the Indonesian Consulate General in Vancouver, and is part of explorASIAN 2019 — the annual celebration of Asian Heritage Month in Vancouver.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org