Cheap and very good
We eat here three times during our stay in Ubud. The shrimps,fish, fried octupus are really good. I also enjoyed the nasi goreng. It's not a finest restaurant and don't expect a 5 stars service. For 2 persons we paid around 110000 and always our belly was full. Definitely will come back during our next trip in Ubud.
24 Sep 2017
Worth a visit....
First and foremost its at pretty much at local prices..so its cheap.Three of us, with beer ate for around 22$ AUD...that's pretty good anywhere.Deep fried octopus,squid,fish,prawns,grilled fish and some salads/green dishes.Simple plain Warung fare, that's what it is,if you want something finer then I don't think this is for you.My pick is for the sauted vege dishes,these were a nice pleasant surprise.The waitress we had on the night I dubbed "The Cute Little Snake",I think her only goal was to get your food to you on time, which she does....but man....switch table or ask to ring your villa for your pickup...phew eee..nevertheless she was blunt to everyone locals included and its was refreshing.If you are in the neighbourhood,call in and eat,its not exquisite yet cheap and good.K
01 Aug 2017
The high scores are for the price not the food
By that I mean that the only thing here is fish and the price is very cheap, 15,000 rupiah for a fried fish is less than one British pound, so you can't go wrong. But honestly, I would pay more for a more tastier meal. The fish comes fried, that's it or grilled, that's it. It does not burst with flavours the way the Thai, Vietnamese or even the Sri Lankans do it. No drizzles of fish sauce or soy, no sauteeing in ginger and garlic. This was the main complaint of my recent Bali holiday. Balinese or Indonesian food is boring. Goreng this, goreng that or nasi campur (which is a mixed buffet plate of different food items all with a different temperature) giving you the impression that it is cooked en masse and heated as and when. Nothing ever seems fresh. So Warung Be Pasih was a welcome break. The prices are very cheap, the fish is just fish, the vegetables never look or taste fresh and wherever you are in Bali arrives at the table tepid or cold. The soup is basically hot water with too much chilli, a slab of fish and a piece of cucumber, give it a miss. The waitresses greet you with 'How may I help you?' Get with it, you're an eating place, how do you think you can help me especially when your peers in other restaurants are standing outside on the street trying to get customers to come in. They appear to offer tourists the slabs of fillet as opposed to whole fish, I didn't enjoy it the first time I went so I made it clear what I wanted when I went a second time and the fish arrived whole with head and tail and was cooked well. They tend to be quite small also so if you are hungry you might want to order two. This place is a great cheap option and offers the best of what Bali offers in terms of food and if you can handle the smokers as well then give it a try. Three stars for food and an extra for the cheap price.
17 Jul 2017
Warung Be Pasih - Gianyar
Jl. By Pass Ida Bagus Mantra No. 89, Bali, Indonesia