• soy sauce
  • may be salty, or sweet
  • usually both are served at Balinese restaurants
  • the sweet variety is considerably more viscous than the sour type
  • should not be confused with the western term "catsup", or "ketchup", or "kecup", a tomato sauce that is in no way similar to Indonesian kecap
Alus sor
Alus mider
Alus madya
Alus singgih
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect

Usage Examples

Kuahe bes lalah, isinin kecap malu bedik.
No translation exists for this example.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library

In Balinese:   Madue petang aksara miwah kalih kecap wanda.

In English:  

In Indonesian: