Rolling Fork: Italian Restaurant With a Homey Atmosphere

August 29, 2020

Bali, August 2020 - Finding home-cooked food in Bali is sometimes a challenge for domestic tourists, apart from a large number of choices, sometimes the restaurant doesn't have a homey atmosphere like the tagline displayed. Rolling Fork; Italian restaurant which is located in the Pecatu area can be the answer for you to be able to enjoy home-style Italian food with a homey atmosphere that makes you and your family comfortable.

Rolling Fork was initiated by Roberta Valentino, a chef who came from Rome, Italy in November 2013. Serving authentic Italian-style home cooking with a Balinese ambiance and homey atmosphere.


It's not only the quality of ingredients and taste that are the hallmarks of this restaurant, but at Rolling Fork, we serve our dishes with love, sincerity, and passion as if we were to serve you as our own family.

Located on Jl. Labuan Sait and only 500 meters from Bingin Beach, this restaurant occupy an antique traditional joglo building. The menu served is typical Italian home food such as SPAGHETTI ALLA CARBONARA, SPAGHETTI AGLIO OLIO, FETTUCCINE SALSICCIA & CICORIA, and LASAGNA BOLOGNESE HAND MADE. Of course, for lovers of Italian cuisine, it is mandatory to try various variants of the Pizza menu; You can try CAPRICCIOSA with a perfect blend of Italian spices with high-quality ingredients of tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, artichokes, black olives, eggs, and ham. Are you vegetarian? Don't worry, Rolling Fork also has a special menu, you can try CALZONE VEGETARIANO, VEGANA or NAPOLI.

For those who come to just enjoy the atmosphere or relax, Rolling Fork also provides various coffee variants such as cappuccino, latte, or macchiato. Besides that, there are also various cold non-coffee drinks, which you can enjoy with a choice of desserts such as TIRAMISU and CALZONE NUTELLA.

For those of you who visit Bali, especially to the Pecatu area and want to feel a homey atmosphere and experience authentic Italian cuisine, Rolling Fork is the best choice for you. We will welcome you like close friends and even our own family. Benvenuto!

Doppio Zero, Favourite Italian Dishes in Bali

February 22, 2020

Doppio Zero: A Secret Gem in South Bali

Are you planning your surfing holiday in Bali? Planning to stay and visit the temples in Uluwatu explore all the beautiful beaches and cliffs in Uluwatu, Pecatu? To enjoy the most out of your vacation - check out Doppio Zero in Bali - a restaurant with an international feel located in Uluwatu that offers pizza, pasta, and drink as your go-to food in your vacation. Doppio Zero name comes from the Italian superfine milled flour use for making most of the Italian food.


See location in Google Maps.

Doppio Zero brings fresh authentic food in Bali ad no microwaves here, located in Uluwatu, south of Bali adjacent to Shanghai Express Bali. Its street address is Jl. Labuan Sait Jl. Pantai Suluban, Pecatu, Uluwatu, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. There are many properties nearby Doppio Zero Bali that are by the beach - making it the perfect spot for surfers visitors.


Menu and Budget

The food served by Doppio Zero is highly commended by many tourists for its great value for money. The most agreed review by foodies was that the pizza served is as authentic as a fresh pizza served in the streets of Italy. They also have options for those who opt to eat gluten-free and vegan food. Check out the list of foodie-favorite dishes served in the restaurant:

● Pizza Alla Pala 60 cm - $20.00

- This 60cm pizza is great if you’re eating with a number of people or with your family. Customers can also choose up to three toppings of their choice - perfect for those who enjoy specific flavors or types of pizza!

● Deep-Fried Potatoes Croquettes Filled with Mozzarella - $4.00

- This appetizer is perfect to start your meal especially if you’re a cheese lover - the perfect way to excite your tastebuds for your main dish.

● Spaghetti Ala Carbonara - $7

- Pair a pasta to your pizza to achieve that Italian experience. The sauce of their carbonara is as tasty and sweet as the restaurant’s service.

● Fresh Yellow Fin Tuna Salad Balsamic Reduction Dressing - $6.50

- Add a healthy dish to your meal by ordering this dish - the dressing is to die for. This is the perfect choice for those who want to avoid eating meat and prefer fish.

● Chocolate Lava Cake - $3.50

- This is a tourists’ favorite. The perfect way to end your experience in Doppio Zero is with this dessert - sweet and delicious.

Other than the dishes mentioned above, there is more food served in the restaurant as exhibited in their five-page menu - from pizzas, pasta, salads, bread, and appetizers. Doppio Zero also serves a variety of drinks, from coffee, juices, wines, and cocktail drinks - if you’re craving for something to drink, Doppio Zero will likely have it.


Ambiance and Service

One of the most common comments left by foodies who have frequented Doppio Zero is the excellent ambiance and service experience. Specifically, the following have left an impression among visitors:

Happy Hour. For those who enjoy drinks and cocktails, Doppio Zero has a happy hour wherein you’ll get complimentary drinks - you never know, you might just discover your next favorite drink!

Live Music. If you’re looking to find peace and enjoy the company of people at the same time - listen to the band who plays music within the restaurant’s vicinity. Music, food and good company are good elements of a perfect vacation.

Great Staff and Service. The service offered by the staff is also excellent - they greet you in a cheerful manner and are eager to help in any way possible, making your experience at Doppio Zero Bali a memorable one.

Cycling in Bali, Indonesia

February 02, 2020

Maybe Indonesia is not the most know destination or place to pedal on your bike, surely you have read many lines and articles about the paradisiacal beaches of Bali or the impressive volcanoes located on the islands but not about cycling along its islands. Maybe this is the time to discover a new place to practice our favorite sport, in a geography where you will always have something else to explore. Cycle Indonesia trips are true cultural immersion adventures on bikes. Indonesian culture, history and language instruction are integrated naturally into the cycling lifestyle.

Therefore, in Indonesia, you will find an idyllic destination for cycling, both for cycling tourists and for local Indonesian cyclists. You can tour the islands, cycling in Borneo, cycling in Java, cycling in Bali, cycling in Flores, cycling Sumba, cycling Sumbawa, cycling Nusa Penida,  cycling in Lombok... and many more, where you will alternate mountainous landscapes with volcanoes, and wonderful beaches where you can take a relaxing bath while taking a break. The first bike shop open In Bali is The Bike Shop, this island bike shop is a bike institutions in the island a pioneer of the modern bike Indonesia for the Indonesian and tourist funs. Uge selections of bike brands and gear the answer for who cycling Indonesia and need a new hub and overall service.

Depending on the resistance and dedication, the walls that hang over the volcanoes of Bali could represent a challenge of proportions of the Tour de France or a charming adrenaline-free descent. And although traffic can be intense, bicycle tour operators offer trips to heights and along ridges and rice paddies.

Islands without cars such as the Gili and Nusa Lembongan islands are excellent places for families to walk in groups. If what you are looking for is something a little more challenging, the 666 km Trans Flores road is undoubtedly a memorable route, but for something more "mid-range", the flattest and least crowded road on the north coast of Bali, is perhaps the best option.

But you will also have to be prepared to withstand the high temperatures and humidity that will make the ride more challenging. You will have to take into account the rainy seasons  (from November to March) and also that in some islands it will be more difficult to find food during your trip.

And how can you ride Indonesia by bike? If what you would really like is to explore until the last corner of the islands and the country, what we recommend is the bike-packing modality.  If you choose to cycling in Indonesia you will not be tied to hotels or routes that cross localities or towns where to spend the night? You can carry everything on your bike, a small tent, a sleeping bag, and merge with nature. For this, you will have to be a true adventurer, and be brave enough to make a trip in these conditions. The advantage that this cycling modality offers you is that you will be able to discover the most impressive places, beaches, and volcanoes on the islands, learn about the traditions and culture of the local population of each island, and do it at the pace that suits you. What is the larger bike online shop in Indonesia? delivers everywhere in Indonesia the most popular brand bike and all spare parts you need

Do not miss the opportunity to ride this beautiful country, where you will find all the ingredients for an unforgettable ride on your bike, and that will test your cycling skills with high slopes and many paths and roads to travel. You will not regret!

Why you should get married in Bali

January 20, 2020

Imagine this. Being barefoot on the beach, your feet in the sea, the sun that is slowly setting and you answer ‘I do’ on the most important question, you will ever be asked in your life. Getting married in Bali is an unforgettable experience!

Reason 1 Bali has the most amazing wedding locations

Whether you decide to get married in one of the Balinese venue, with ocean view or somewhere in the mountains, surrounded by rice fields, you ill be guaranteed an idyllic setting. Now the new rising trend is the Bukit area venue in the last 3/4 years is the best location for a special wedding. Forget stiff formal gowns and black ties in Bukit, what made the wedding stand out, even more, was its 'Puffed Sleeves ' dress code. Breathtaking Cliffs Venue like Villa Plenilunio with a dramatic backdrop in the Nyang Nyang beach creates the most memorable event I even see.

Wedding at Villa Plenilunio

Reason 2: Bali has a rich culture

With a mixture of Buddhism and Hinduism, Bali is a perfect mix of rich cultures, which comes with great traditions. The people are also very friendly and will try to add this to make sure everything is perfect on the happiest day of your life. A Balinese wedding ritual is a series of traditional ceremonies. In ancient Bali, nine Hindu sects existed, namely Pasupata, Bhairawa, Siwa Shidanta, Vaishnava, Bodha, Brahma, Resi, Sora, and Ganapatya. Each sect revered a specific deity as its personal Godhead Inscriptions from 896 and 911 do not mention a king, until 914, when Sri Kesarivarma is mentioned. They also reveal an independent Bali, with a distinct dialect, where Buddhism and Sivaism were practiced simultaneously. Mpu Sindok's great-granddaughter, Mahendradatta (Gunapriyadharmapatni), married the Bali king Udayana Warmadewa (Dharmodayanavarmadeva) around 989, giving birth to Airlangga around 1001. This marriage also brought more Hinduism and Javanese culture to Bali. Princess Sakalendukirana appeared in 1098. Suradhipa reigned from 1115 to 1119, and Jayasakti from 1146 until 1150. Jayapangus appears on inscriptions between 1178 and 1181, while Adikuntiketana and his son Paramesvara in 1204

Terrazza Suite Villa Plenilunio

Reason 3:Bali is the perfect destination for your honeymoon

Idyllic beaches, perfect ocean views and the best climate you can wish for. Bali is not only a great wedding destination, but it also a great location for a romantic escape. So why not spend your honeymoon here afterward as well? Being just 8 degrees south of the equator, Bali has a fairly even climate all year round. Average year-round temperature stands at around 30 °C (86 °F) with a humidity level of about 85%. Day time temperatures at low elevations vary between 20 to 33 °C (68 to 91 °F), but the temperatures decrease significantly with increasing elevation. The west monsoon is in place from approximately October to April, and this can bring significant rain, particularly from December to March. During the rainy season, there are comparatively fewer tourists seen in Bali. During the Easter and Christmas holidays, the weather is very unpredictable. Outside of the monsoon period, humidity is relatively low and any rain is unlikely in lowland areas.

A close-up of Villa Plenilunio

What to keep in mind when marrying in Bali?

Bali is world-renown for its incredible natural landscapes, rich culture, and endless rice fields.  When you hear this, you will have little doubts about why you decided to get married in Bali. However, every wedding comes lots of planning and we would like to give you some advice. The first advice is to start early with your planning. Especially when getting married abroad, it takes some time to find the perfect wedding location. There is also quite some paperwork involved. Too much to handle on your own? Then it’s best to hire a wedding planner.

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