Bali, a world’s tourist destination, encourages the development of culinary tourism. This provides various choices for domestic and foreign tourists while enjoying holidays on the Island of the Gods. For example, Rama’s House of Noodle, a restaurant located at Jalan Jayagiri III, Denpasar, not far from Bajra Sandhi Square, Renon, offers various types of noodles from Indonesia and overseas. “We offer a concept according to its name, Rama’s House of Noodle,” said the owner, I Gusti Bagus Krishna Mantera, Thursday (May 4).
This noodle restaurant tries to offer different things, namely by trying to combine noodles from the archipelago and overseas, so that the menus served can be enjoyed by everyone’s tongue. Noodle fans or people who want to try noodle dishes are not confused about looking for noodles. “Rama’s House of Noodles is probably the first one in Bali that presents a collection of home-style menus or homey food, from various regions in the archipelago and overseas,” said the former employee of the tourist attractions.
At least, it serves 45 types of Indonesian menus, including noodles of Yogyakarta, Aceh, Classic Chicken Noodles, Pontianak Noodles and those of other regions. While from overseas, there is pasta from Italy, Japan, Thailand and other countries. This two-floor restaurant is open from 11:00 to 22:00 Local Time with a seating capacity of 147 pax, has a multifunctional room that can be used as a meeting room, open space roof top area, equipped with Wi-Fi connection, bar and open kitchen. “We also provide meeting facilities and a venue to build interaction with friends, colleagues or with family,” he explained.
As soon as you arrive here, on the left side of the building you will encounter a large bowl of noodles, as the icon of this restaurant, and then inside of the restaurant there are various Japanese anime figures depicted enjoying noodle dishes, so the anime mural displayed remains in one nuanced theme, namely noodles that match the overall theme of the restaurant. Rama’s House of Noodle offers a variety of noodle-based dishes, with a wide variety of choices that are sure to make you addicted while in Bali. Visitors can also enjoy various activities and facilities available for guest convenience. “My dream is that Rama’s House of Noodle can become a restaurant providing services and comfort as well as a wide selection of food for the ‘noddles of Rama’s,’ moreover offering a different atmosphere as a venue to gather with friends or family,” said the son of the couple Dr. I Gusti Made Mantera, PhD., and I Gusti Ayu Putu Padmawati Mantra who is full of enthusiasm. (BTN/015)
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