Dulang cafe in Kuta has options on the menu to suit most palates. Burgers, curries, fresh seafood, salads, pasta dishes and Indonesian cuisine are available. Dulang was established in 1997 by a family who uses recipes that have been passed down for hundreds of years.
Dulang cafe sources ingredients locally and seafood is heavy on the menu. The Fisherman’s Basket is a popular seafood choice, with local battered prawn, calamari, snapper, fries and a homemade sauce. There are also Indonesian curries and 10-hour cooked Tom Yum Goong. There are also brunches available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a choice of a massive omelette, bacon maple French toast, and corn fritters with scrambled egg.
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; closed during Balinese festivals.