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Every Dish Tells a Story at Cerita Manisan

Every Dish Tells a Story at Cerita Manisan

FoodieS Team
30 June 2021

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The new Cerita Manisan offers diners authentic Indonesian home-cooked meals and pan-Asian cuisines.

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Ubud’s popular eatery for an Indonesian dining experience, Manisan Restaurant, is transforming its venue into Cerita Manisan with a celebrated hashtag of #everydishtellsastory. The new Cerita Manisan offers diners authentic Indonesian home-cooked meals and pan-Asian cuisines. Curated by Arlini Wibowo, founder of Pison Indonesia, and conceptualized by owners Michelle Tanaja and Jimmy Gunawan. Cerita Manisan brings a welcoming vibe of Indonesian nostalgic traditions, with its traditional Keroncong tunes, Indonesian decor featured in a modern presentation.

The idea to transform Manisan Restaurant into Cerita Manisan is to elevate the distinctive taste of Indonesian flavours to diners, so they have a story to tell after each visit. On the menu, you can find Indonesian classic dishes such as Ikan Kerisi Bakar, Se’i Sapi Sambal Luat, Caramelized Pork Belly, Sayur Asem, Char Kway Teow, and Tom Yum Kung. Complete the journey with a wide range of delightful desserts, including Nangka Millecrepes, Durian Portugues Egg Tart, or Mango Pannacotta.

“With an eclectic mix of Indonesian favourites from places such as Bandung, Manado, N.T.T and throughout Indonesia, not to mention the pan-Asian influence, we have carefully crafted the menu to embrace the food culture of Indonesia and serve them in a more refined way,” said Arlini Wibowo and Jimmy Gunawan.

Cerita Manisan sits in the middle of a sprawling rice field adjacent to Alaya Resort Ubud with space that can comfortably seat up to 80 diners. Found inside a comfortable semi-joglo (traditional Javanese wooden home), the restaurant is a place worth visiting on your next trip to Ubud.

CERITA MANISAN

Jl. Hanoman, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571

OPEN DAILY

1OAM – 1O PM

CONTACT

@ceritamanisan

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