One of the many aspects that makes Bali a sensational place to visit is the availability of cheap and tasty food. The most common type of eating establishment in Bali is the warung, the small local cafe type places that traditionally serve local food, but have adapted to accommodate foreign […]
Here’s a little tune up on some words in Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) relating to a warung.
Bali has a million and 1 food places, that are tucked away down narrow streets. This lunchtime I rode down Jl. Mertanadi in Seminyak and spotted a new place. Jl. Mertanadi runs alongside the jail and is a virtual ‘furniture alley’.
If you ever go up to Ubud then at one time or another you will hear the name Murni's mentioned or even see her establishments there. Do yourself a big favour and eat some great Balinese tucker at Murni's Warung.
Not far from Tirtagangga on the east coast of Bali, a road weaves up through the hills. A few hundred metres up this winding road is the quaintest little warung with spectacular views over the padi fields and the surrounding area. It is called Ryoshi.
I have a massive collection of articles and in my archives I found this article on Jamu Gendong and it is a follow up to the article I posted yesterday on Jamu.