Alila Villas Uluwatu Introduces Indonesian Street Food Nights
Alila Villas Uluwatu recently announced its campaign at recreating the Indonesian 'kaki lima' street food experience one night a week in the decorated outdoor setting of its Sculpture Garden. Kaki limas, the strolling street food carts are a common sight in Bali and they sell an array of popular local dishes. Replicating this authentic experience, Alila Villas Uluwatu has collaborated with five local kaki lima owners to set up food carts at the resort once a week to provide Indonesian delicacies for guests.
Guests can try their hand at ordering dishes themselves from the stalls, with a knowledgeable service team on standby to help translate the process if needed. On the menu is a choice of popular traditional street foods including Mie Ayam (chicken noodles), Bakso and Pempek (meatball noodles and fishcake), Martabak (stuffed savoury pancake), and Es Campur and Es Cendol desserts. Accompanying the dishes are a variety of local drinks and juices as well as fresh coconut drink and chilled local beer.
In line with Alila's philosophy of sustainability, the collaborative initiative is an opportunity to promote the traditional Indonesian street food culture and way of life of the local community. All dishes are made using 100% locally sourced ingredients while all fresh produce, cooking equipment and facilities are provided by the resort.
The Indonesian Street food dinner takes place once a week from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Guests can eat as much as they want for a fixed price of USD30++.