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Wahaha Bali Pork Ribs Review

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Wahaha Bali Pork Ribs Review
I was skeptical, I've tried couple of "famous ribs" such as Tony Romas, Morganfield's and I don't think such a Ribs restaurant in Bali can defeat them. I was wrong :)  it's certainly a way better than Morganfield's ribs and comparable with Tony Romas.

My Elf also agree that it's much much better than Morganfield's but she couldn't decide which one is better between Tony Romas and Wahaha Bali Pork Ribs.

Restaurant Ambience is Bali setting, it was kind of cozy but when we visited there was a construction on outer part of the restaurant. The inside was a little bit hot even though we visited at night,


Take a look at this Fried Pork Ribs, it was good... it's crispy on the outside and it's a little bit moist in the inside. I don't like fat so I like, you certainly need to have this as your appetizer.


This is the best bbq pork ribs! it's purely meat, I like it because I don't like fat.  It was dry inside, so if you like a moist and juicy ribs you may not like this one. Nothing special about the fries and the salad.
Tasty without BBQ sauce but the BBQ sauce was delicious and the best part it's unlimited (there's a whole bottle in each table ready for you). 
I would certainly recommend you to visit this place if you've time, be ready to order 2 portions because the portion is quite small. 
If you are not keen to try it (but your friends are), don't worry because they've salad & soups, burger & sandwiches, pasta, Indonesian Fried Rice, Balinese Satay and many more. you can see their menu from their website http://www.wahaharibs.com/ 

Wahaha Pork Ribs located in Kuta, about 30 minutes drive from the Airport. 
Address: Jl. Sunset Road Barat No.1689, Seminyak, Bali - Indonesia
Telp. (0361) 847-5655 / HP. 081 802 WAHAHA (924242)
Email: waroeng.wahaha@gmail.com



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