Unlike Sukawati, Legian market is not as big and less organized. The stuffs available were mostly home decorations and some clothings. They were more willing to negotitate on the price as they don’t get a lot of customers in Legian area. I bought 3 pieces of table runner for 110,000Rph (~RM40).
We munched on loads of ice cream in place of proper lunch until it’s time to go back to Poppies Lane 1 for dinner in Nusa Indah, as recommended in virtual tourist.
The deep fried squid with batter was easily one of the best we tasted in Bali. Although a bit hard, it was flavouful with a decent portion.
The grilled pork ribs and the squid were priced at 25,000Rph (~RM10) each, so our dinner was less than 70,000Rph – extraordinarily cheap and worthy for a touristy place like Bali.
With this post, my Bali trip had came to an end and I can finally back to the track on more Malaysian food. Ok, Ok.. what’s for supper?
“It’s Wednesday night, la dear.. We’ll still have to work tomorrow” CS cried out aloud. Darn!