Lovely menu, mostly Indonesian choices. Serving sizes good and presentation excellent. We had crispy duck, shredded Balinese chicken, satay sticks and green papaya salad. All were delicious. Reasonably priced too.
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Situated in Central Sanur I find this Warung to have the most authentic Balinese food in the area. The setting is basic but comfortable which adds to the authentic atmosphere. Staff are helpful and attentive, food excellent and a very reasonable charge. Hard to beat..
Had dinner here with the family on our last day in Bali. Stopped here primarily because they advertised their Bebek Goreng (Cripsy Duck). It was really good and the serving size was also good! Ordered two Bebek Goreng, one Babi Kicap (stewed pork) and Grilled...More
Had a big lunch so we were not going to eat a lot. The food was excellent and the service good. This is an excellent restaurant and I will be back.
Our favourite place for a true Balinese cuisine in Sanut, service was attentive and always with a smile, the grilled fish wrapped in Banana leaves with strong Balinese flavours was amazing, My wife had the Crispy Duck also highly recommended.
Usually a good choice of Indonesian food. I had the crispy skin duck it was a tad dry but not overly and the flavour was yummy, then black rice for desert. My friend was shocked her prawns were served still in their shell as she...More
It is one of the first 'modern' restaurants in Sanur, and they managed to keep the level very high over the years. My favourite this year is the seafood salad.
Yes, you will pay slightly more than on the street or at the market for the same ( by name ) Balinese food, but it is well worth the visit, especially for overseas guests. A much safer - stomach reaction wise to try some classic...More
We saw the 'A' board out front advertising Balinese Crispy Skin Duck, with mouths salivating we sat down and both ordered the duck inly to be very disappointed. Very, very crispy and flesh inside very dry. We did not enjoy this meal at all. The...More
Having spent a week in Sanur and visiting various notable restaurants (Kayu Manis,3 Monkeys, Art Café, Village, Mona Lisa, +), this is worth a visit or two. It is the food which is memorable here. With two evening meals under my belt, "Siap Rica" and...More