Worth the walk
Dicarik Warung is set in the rice fields north of town, 10-15 minutes walk from the Ubud main street, but it's worth the walk. It's easy if you've got a motorbike. There are a couple of ways to get there, but probably the easiest is to go along Jl Kajeng. There is a track off to the left next to a small temple and it's only about 200m along there. The other way is more direct but a bit sketchy for the first 100m and the start of the lane (next to Paon Ubud restaurant) hard to find. This is one end of the Ricefields walk. Maybe better to go there via Jl Kajeng and come back along the Ricefields walk. The menu is small but but it's got the usual Balinese/Indo dishes, as well as great cold drinks (juices, smoothies and beer). They do betutu ayam and betutu bebek, which looked great but needed to be ordered a day in advance to prepare. We just ran out of time to go back and sample it. They also do cooking classes, which would be great fun.
05 Dec 2018
Kookles - cooking class
It was great, The location can't be better, it is in between lush green rice fields where farmers are always walking around checking the rice. Komang explained about the dishes we were going to prepare, we are vegetarians which was not a problem, the meatball soup became a veggie curry with tofu, the chicken skewers veggies with coconut, the chicken in banana leaf tofu in banana leaf. Thinking of it... I even think it was vegan! She also showed the different plants we used. The flavors were nice and surprising (at first turmeric juice did not sound so great to me but it was sooo good!) Have fun there!!
22 Oct 2018
Best Balinese Curry in Ubud
We found this place accidentally, but boy, we were so lucky. This place serves the best Balinese Curry, and I have tried a few beforehand. Excellent surroundings, next to the rice field, and they have some English-to-Indonesian text on the wall to learn too. Love this place. We have come back a couple of times since then.
26 Aug 2018
Jl. Kajeng, Subak Juwuk Manis, Ubud 80571 Indonesia