Friday, November 23, 2012

Mama San Bali : All That You Can't Leave Behind

Dear Biters, I'm trying something new. I know, I get bored easily. But I hope you see this as improvement, or at least a good thing to break away from routine. Here's the debut of what I called "pictorial review". Yes, text review is crafted and embedded in the picture for ease of reading.

And I guess nothing more appropriate to try this new media on the remarkable lunch I had at Mama San on my last trip to Bali. The street food chef, Will Meyrick has astound me once again with his Asian cookings.

Without further adue, I hope you enjoy. Let me know what you think, shall I do this more or do you prefer the usual review. Poke me on Twitter @Wanderbites ;)

Cheers,

Fellexandro Ruby
Food & travel storyteller / photographer
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Mama San 
Kitchen, Bar & Lounge 
Jalan Raya Kerobokan No. 135
Ph: 0361 - 730436
E: info@mamasanbali.com


20 comments:

  1. Always good to try something new, while it's visually pleasing, Google won't be pleased if you're concerned about keyword.

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  2. love this review style Rubs, it's a feast for the eyes :)

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  3. Wow!!! this is such a cool post, you are so creative!!! love it!!!

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  4. @ JENZ / SELBA : Wow, that was fast guys! Thanks for the support. =D Took me hours to get this done. Now its all worth it. Hahaha.

    @ LEO : You're right. Can't do much about it. At least I put on a few preview lines. Would that work?

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    1. Would work, but then, double work :P

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  5. Saran Rubs, di bagian < img src="" alt="" title="" /> tiap image, bagian alt & title diisi aja pake deskripsi singkat yg lo tulis di image :)

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    1. Tried opening the HTML, tapi ga ada bagian it jen. Haha. Mungkin karena gue upload fotonya ke servernya blogspot kali yak?

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    2. itu ada di HTML postnya.. ngga ada hubungannya dgn upload poto ke server blogspot, ntar klo ketemu gw liat deh. :)

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  6. i'm feeling like i am reading a high end culinary magazine.. agree with cik Selba, such a feast to the eyes!

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    1. Whoa thanks heaps. Now that you mentioned it, I do feel that the black and red feels a bit like Jakarta Post. =p

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  7. And I thought ur reviews can't get any better. great job, Rubs! such a great idea.

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    1. Thank youuuu irene ;) Really, you should try Mama San or Sarong the next time you're in Bali. Wait, before that, lets arrange what to do once you're back in Jakarta.

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  8. This is awesome! You're a PDF away from publishing your own online food magz! Keep up the good work, B! :D

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  9. i love your new 'pictorial review' format! its such a great idea..all those awesome delish photos has caused me some serious midnight craving..
    Mama-san is definitely on my next hit list in Bali.. How is it compared to Sarong?

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    1. Haven't tried Sarong. But word on the street is Mama-san is the top of the iceberg of what Sarong could deliver. And I rarely hear complains about Sarong ;)

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  10. love this, as if I'm reading a magazine.. and the sweet potato curry looks yum.. great pics..

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  11. good idea, great job!! love it!!

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  12. Great post Rubi! Love the new style!

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    1. Thanks Jed! Appreciate it, especially coming from you =D

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  13. Flying off to Bali this Friday and I'm persistent in giving this place the second chance it deserves. Hopefully I'll be blown away this time :)

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