Bebek betutu or Betutu duck originating from Kuta, Bali is the favorite food of the kings in Bali in the past. How to cook it is unique, the spiced duck meat should be massage-massage first. He said, with massage-massage then the duck meat will become soft and marinade seep up to the bone. Duck that has been massaged and then wrapped by using banana leaves or betel leaves then roasted in a fire husk. The process of cooking betutu duck takes hours so that betutu duck is only cooked when there is a custom event or religious ceremony. In addition to betutu duck, there is also betutu chicken. The difference between the two is only from the meat alone.
Rice jinggo (or jenggo rice) is a typical Balinese food in the form of white rice served in a banana leaf wrap with side dishes and sambal. Rice served fist size only and side dishes usually are fried sambal tempe, serundeng and chicken suwir. It is said that the word jinggo (jenggo) comes from the Hokkien jeng go which means one thousand five hundred. Before the monetary crisis in 1997, jinggo rice is indeed sold Rp 1,500.00 per serving. Small portions reminiscent of typical angkringan rice of Central Java.
Sate lilit made of smoothed fish and then given flour and spices typical of Bali. Sate wrapped is made by wrapping fish meat on lemongrass. The taste is very distinctive, fused between spicy, fragrant, sweet and savory with the aroma of lemongrass stalks. Not just delicious, sate lilit was healthy because of low fat.