TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Som Chai in Seminyak, Bali, can be deliberate to be one of Bali`s Thai restaurants that serve halal menus. The cook of this grill uses supposed food mixture and spices in a halal diet.
During Tempo`s revisit in early February, we systematic mixed dishes such as a crispy whole piece, Panang curry, and grilled prawn and pomelo. “Those are all halal,” pronounced Mayang, a grill manager.
The cook did not only adjust many of a dishes to be halal though a particular Thai cuisine was also readjusted to support to a Indonesian ambience or appetite. For example, a Panang curry or beef curry that is baked with abounding coconut oil though was married with spices that are not too overpowering.
Meanwhile, a crispy whole square is a crunchy low boiled canopy presented with additional crisps, that acts identical to Indonesian krupuk or light ambience crackers as the side plate to many Indonesian foods.
We finished a halal Thai food cooking during Som Chai with well-done grilled prawns and pomelo. The creatively grilled prawns are unequivocally complemented by a further of creatively squeezed lemon juice.
The Thai food grill thesis also held a eyes that was admirably Thailand excellent dining with a multiple of gold, yellow, and black stuffing a whole dining room that also opens for lunch. “We also offer lunch,” pronounced Mayang.
Som Chai is open from 1:00 PM Central Indonesia Time (WITA). The menus sole here start from Rp70,000 adult to Rp190,000.
Francisca Christy Rosana