Balinese Spice Magic Fully Licensed Restaurant

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Balinese Spice Magic is a multi-award winning restaurant offering an amazing menu of traditional Balinese food at our fully licensed venue in the heart of Wollongong – 130 Keira Street Wollongong NSW.

For all queries please contact Balinese Spice Magic Restaurant & Catering

Phone: (02) 4227 1033 Email: balinesespicemagic@gmail.com

Opening hours:

Easter Trading Hours – Closed Friday the 14th and Saturday 15th of April
Lunch:  Thursday and Friday 11:00am – 2:30pm
Dinner:  Tuesday to Thursday 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Dinner:  Friday and Saturday 5:30pm – 11.00pm


Menus

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Spice Mixes – We use fresh spices in our handmade spices mixes and grind them in a mortar and pestle to unlock the magic flavour and essential oils of the spices in our meals. It is these essential oils that provide the aromas and taste of the spices as well as the added health benefits (Spices have Antioxidative, chemopreventative, antimutagenic, anti-inflammatory and immune modulatory effects). So after your meal, you will be feeling great from both the flavours you have experienced and the magical healing properties of the food you are eating, hence the name Spice Magic.          

 

Some of the spices and ingredients used in various combinations are Tumeric, Lemongrass, Galangal, Kencur (Galangal lesser/camperia galanga), Chilli (various sizes), Candle Nut, Ginger, Garlic, Kaffir Lime Leaves, Coconut Sugar, Shallots, Coriander and more. These spices are combined into four key spices mixes: base barak, base cekuh, base gadang and base wayah to create the distinctive Balinese taste.

 

The Ceremonial Feast – The Balinese spiritual life is focused around the offerings they give to the Gods, Spirits, Souls, Earth and Ancestors. The key driver behind the Balinese offerings and ceremonies is the belief that everything we receive in life is a gift, and the offerings are a way of repaying that gift to the higher beings. Food is prepared during ceremonies firstly as offerings to the Gods, and secondly for the ceremonial feast that follows the proceedings. For a selection of each of these types of food we recommend the Magic Plates in the Nasi Campur (Rice, Sate, Pepes, Meat dish, Mixed vegetables and Sambal).

We hope you enjoy the magic of Balinese food and culture at Balinese Spice Magic Restaurant.