With high values and sacred meanings behind it, Nasi Tumpeng is the traditional ceremonial food to be served on formal events, and it should be prepared accordingly to the rules. Some believe that only adult women are eligible to cook the rice (if they are not in menstruating), while the men prepare the side dishes. And to honour the past tradition of Indonesia’s culinary heritage, Lumbung Restaurant celebrates the moment of Ramadhan with Nasi Tumpeng. This cone-shaped rice is served with mouth-watering side dishes, such as AyamGoreng, TelurBalado, PerkedelKentang, UrapSayur, Mie Goreng, TelurDadar, Serundeng and Sambal Terasi. Sweet treats are also available as a fast breaker under the bridge with Ubud’scosy and warm ambience. Priced at IDR 250,000 ++ per person you can explore the authentic dishes wrapped in cultural stories. Minimum of 2 people, this promotion includes free Ta’jil during the fasting period, complimentary Ice Tea and two choices of Rujak, and 50% off on the Balinese Living Arts performance at Desa Visesa or Puri Kantor.
Desa Visesa Ubud
Address : Jalan Suweta, Bentuyung Sakti, Ubud
Phone : +62 361 2091788
Website : www.visesaubud.com