Established since 1999, Bali’s Pawon Pasundan Restaurant is one of just a few places in the island where you can taste the meticulous Sundanese food in authentic Indonesian atmosphere.
The interior of Pawon Pasundan gives a shout to Indonesian traditional feel; a quaint open-air space completed with small ponds and ‘bale’ pavilion where you can opt to sit around without any chairs and enjoy your dine with vibrant togetherness.
For the menu, Pawon Pasundan serves mainly Indonesian cuisine, especially Sundanese staple dishes. The Sundanese are an ethnic group native to the western part of the Indonesian island of Java, and their signature food has become one of the nation’s most favorites. Some of them you could find at Pawon Pasundan including nasi timbel (steamed rice wrapped in banana leaf with several side dishes) and flying gurame (golden-fried gurame fish with stylishly-shaped presentation).
Just recently, they introduce a unique set menu called ‘bancakan’, which is basically all the goodness combined to be savored together on the table. The menu consist variety of tasty dishes ranging from fried chicken, crispy anchovies, vegetables, nasi liwet (rice cooked with coconut milk) and four kinds of sambal sauces, deliberately poured together on banana leaves to be gobbled together with other three people. Try eating them with bare hands to catch the authentic feel of Indonesian traditional way of communal dining!
Jl. Raya Kediri,
+62 361 755 833