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When East Meets West

LOCATED IN THE HEART of one of Bali’s major tourist zones on Jalan Petitenget, Biku is a popular and unique venue being a combination of tea lounge, restaurant, antique and book store —all housed together in a beautiful ancient Javanese teak joglo. Famous for its afternoon tea and distinctive atmosphere, Biku represents a marriage of East meets West. Aside from afternoon teas, some terrific cakes and a range of international dishes. Living up to its traditional atmosphere, Biku serves a host of excellent Indonesian food, including one of the best sop buntut in Bali. The Biku sop buntut features meaty pieces of oxtail served in a piping hot broth. The broth itself is rich, buttery and dark, packed with carrots and sliced boiled potato. Although spiced, it is not overpowering. Accompanied by a large fat crispy crackers, water spinach drenched in tomato sambal and either white or brown rice topped with shallots, it is a delicious take on this classic dish.