Holy Duck is hands down the best place to eat Balinese style crispy duck right now. There is another brand of restaurant very famous for this dish (if you know which one. But I’m sure you know which one, because it’s everywhere from Bali to the malls here in Jakarta). Compare to that, Holy Duck is way better taste-wise and the price is also way more reasonable.
Ruko Crown Golf Blok B No. 52-56 2nd floor (above Holy Wings)
I would like to apologize for the low photo quality in this post. I didn’t plan to write a review. Last weekend, when my mother and sister were out of town, my dad took me out on a lunch date. Knowing how much I love Balinese food, he took me to this relatively new restaurant in Pantai Indah Kapuk. I casually went with my dad, had no idea that the food would be so good. So, I thought I must share this with you, and use my iphone to take the photos.
Signature Crispy Duck (88k)
This exceeds my expectations and easily my favorite crispy duck in Jakarta at the moment. If you ever come here, this is the one you should try.
Nasi Campur Bali (52k)
It is the mixture of my favorite Balinese dish (ayam betutu and sate lilit). If you are a non duck eater (I know some people who are), this would be a good choice.
Faux Fur Slides : The Little Things She Needs Trolls Edition
PS : I’ve been looking for the perfect pair of faux fur slides in black for a while. This pair is perfect because they are Trolls Edition (I love Trolls the movie) and come with affordable price tag.
While trying to decide which color I should pick (because the pink ones have Princess Poppy prints on them, while the black ones got Creek), went with the black ones eventually.