When I think of baby back ribs in Bali, I always remember my meal in Cinta Grill. I know that when in Bali the first name that comes up when it comes to ribs is Naughty Nuri’s, but to be perfectly honest I prefer Cinta Grill’s ribs than the famous Naughty Nuri’s, which I had to douse with tons of sauce to be delicious to my taste. But that’s just my opinion. Check out the pic after the jump!
The ribs were perfectly moist and the fries and corn on delicious. I am a sucker for fries. This is great comfort food so if you are in Ubud, it’s worth a try. Hopefully they have maintained the quality of the baby back ribs!
What’s your favorite place to indulge in pork in Bali and why? Let’s discuss!
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