Not only are they delicious to eat, they are also great looking and very healthy.
They are served twice during the meetings’ coffee breaks, in the morning as a welcome dish and after lunch.
The pictures show 2 examples recently served to our guests: the first one consists of Japanese soybeans (kedelai edamme), dragon fruit pudding in a glass, and traditional Balinese cake (klepon) in purple color while the second one consist of 3 crackers, called melinjo (fruit crackers), balinese flower cake (apem), and rice cake (wajik) with palm sugar. Enjoy our snacks! Selamat makan!