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MAMA`s German Restaurant, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

MAMA`SYou wouldn`t expect a restaurant with hearty German food in the middle of hot and humid Kuta, but  Leibspeise was truly excited to discover Mama`s German restaurant. After three weeks of rice in all different variations,  Sauerbraten and Rindsrouladen delighted Leibspeise`s taste buds.

Mama`s is the only true German restaurant in Bali. It has been around for a long time and was founded by Hamburg born Reinhold Jantzen and his Indonesian wife. Starting in the meat and fish processing business that now serves hotels and supermarkets all over Indonesia (PT.SOEJASCH BALI), Mr. Jantzen set up Mama`s in 1985. It is now an institution in Kuta attracting many locals (there is a Stammtisch every Friday) as well as travellers from all over the world.

RindsrouladeThe menu not only offers German specialities like Gulasch, Leberkaese, Schweineschnitzel, but also Pizza&Pasta, Burgers and local Indonesian food. Leibspeise`s verdict of the Rindsrouladen was “wie bei Muttern”. Mr. Jantzen and the Mama`s team are very proud of their consistent high food quality. The restaurant and his meat business are even ISO and Food Safe Plus certified.

Mama`s staffMama`s has a distinct German feel to it with wooden chairs and benches, lots of German memorabilia as well as Bundesliga scores in the men`s bathroom and live Bundesliga broadcast on a big screen. The Indonesian staff is extremely friendly and welcomes you in German 24/7.


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June 17, 2009 at 12:43 pm 3 comments

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