Something else than in menu
We got something else than was written in food description. When we asked we were lied to us. Later we discovered that they didnt have ingredients. They must think we are so stupid.. It also took forever..
29 Nov 2016
Welcoming, family-run restaurant
It's worth taking a few steps back off the beach to find Mangalla, a long established family-run restaurant in Padangbai. This is a port town catering for divers and transit passengers to Lombok. All the action seems to happen along the beach, including increasing numbers of restaurants catering to young western tourists. However just back a block on Jl Silayukti, "Mr Friday's" Mangalla restaurant feels a bit different. It's been here for years. It's family owned and operated. It's friendly, and the food is good. Friday Sukra (yes, Friday really is his name) has a laugh and smile for all his visitors. His English is especially fluent but he can greet you in almost any language. "Mrs Friday" runs the kitchen, producing tasty Indonesian food and a range of Western alternatives. His nephew Wayan waits tables; a bit quieter than his outgoing uncle but still quick with a joke and a laugh. Eating out in regional Bali is much more than about finding good food. It's also about connecting with genuine people who enrich your life way beyond "just another meal".
24 Jul 2016
Expensive, total ripoff
We ordered a "chicken hot pan" which turned out to be 4 pieces of sliced chicken in à normal plate (not à hot pan): litterally, you could count it. We asked for à little more and got 7 pieces total, wouhou ! This mixed with potatoes as if it was more chicken.. We complained to the manager, saying that the meal is overpriced (50k rp) and does not match the description. He replied with à lazy "i don't care, you ate eat so it's ok...many people come here and the cash flows so it's ok". Would not recommend it to anyone, they really don't care how they treat people.
04 Aug 2015
Jl. Silayukti Padangbai Karangasem Bali, Manggis Indonesia