At Ajengan, you can expect a feeling of homeliness to strike you as soon as you enter the premises. For Ajengan, meaning 'food' or 'meals' in the Balinese language
started purely as home cooking for private consumption, it was only in 2001 that the restaurant opened its door to outside guests, and now, close to decade later, remains one of the rare Balinese restaurants in town.
This is further enchanched by the authenticity of the ambience, complete with traditional statues, fabrics and music. the menu, meanwhile presents authentic Balinese cuisine created from fresh ingredients
Bali is known for the wealth of its culinary heritage, thus we are hard presed to make our choices, Yet, we cannot escape the delightful temptation of bebek Goreng Garing (Fried Crispy Duck), which is best accompanied by the famous Sambal Matah.
and also the island's signature oof Nasi Campur Bali (Balinese Mixed Rice) ala Ajengan.
Another famous Balinese dish is Sate Lilit Ayam (Chicken Satay) and Seafood jimbaran, which evokes sweet memories of the beautiful Jimbaran Beach.
The restaurant has gamered awards since its inception, and from the delightful tastes that wwe experience, it is hardly surprising