Bali Indonesian Restaurant
611 6 Street SW, Calgary, AB, T2P 5E3
You can find a tropical paradise at the end of your fork, at the corner of 6th and 6th.
|Cuisine Type |||Indonesian|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dessert, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Wheelchair Accessible|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||6 Street East or 7 Street West C-Train|
|Cross Street |||7 Avenue|
|Lunch - Monday – Friday 11AM – 2PM, Dinner - Monday – Thursday 5PM – 9PM, Friday – Saturday 5PM – 10PM|
Profile Last Updated: February 27, 2009
Bali’s doors opened to Calgarians in July of 2005 to offer a 110-seating establishment serving lunch and dinner. Upon entering Bali Indonesian Restaurant, located at the corner of 6th and 6th, customers will be introduced to soft Indonesian music, a beautiful marble waterfall wall, and an elegant aquarium. The airy atmosphere and tropical paradise elements offer customers a bright, warm, and inviting escape year round.
Customers will be pleased with the featured Rijsttafel, better known as the emblematic Javan rice table served with a variety of exotic side dishes. This savoury feature is a 350-year-old Dutch colonial legacy consisting of rice, meat, and vegetable dishes to suit a variety of diners. Bali Indonesian restaurant also features savoury colonial dishes such as soups, satays, sambal, gado-gado salad served with a peanut sauce and optional shrimp crackers. The menu selections are varied and the generous portions are set at reasonable prices.
You Won’t Need Sunblock
The service here is warm and attentive, but the only heat you’ll find may be in one of the curries you choose. For dessert, diners can order the deep fried banana served with rich and creamy ice cream, or some of the more exotic ice creams like jackfruit. Indonesian cuisine has a tremendous ethnic diversity coupled with a wave of cultural influence to provide the customer a culinary adventure when dining at Bali Indonesian restaurant in the heart of downtown Calgary.
Tips: Reservations recommended. Non-smoking establishment.
Tip: The Bali chicken soup is sure to warm your insides.