Very modest but wonderful
This is a little gem if you are fond of babi guling - the real, authentic babi guling! Yes, this place, in Seminyak Bali Indonesia, is small and humble and it can be a little warm in there too... ...but, but the dish is superbly prepared, with subtle taste of herbs and some spices, the portion generous. The lady owner can be a bit shy however should you give her your best smile she'll respond appropriately. With your fish order tea with no sugar - teh tawar - cold or hot. I left that small restaurant fully satisfied ref. quality and cost😊😊😊
09 Oct 2018
True blue indonesian
We went there for lunch to try roasted suckling pig. The food was delicious; there was a roasted suckilng pig, some sweetly marinated meat stick, sambals, vegetables, crunchy pork crackling, small bit of crunchy and salty sausage, rice and small bowl of soup/ gravy. All of this for 10000 rupiah for small portion which I struggled to finish. Real indonesian food at excellent price! This is were locals go for their lunch!
01 Oct 2016
Tasty meal in July 2016
We ate here because Warung Taman Bambu next door was closed. It was definitely worth it. Both restaurants are located in a side-street off Jl. Raya Seminyak; so are away from the main shopping and eating areas in Seminyak. Take care walking on the side-street to the restaurant as there is no pavement. As other reviewers have mentioned, it's best to get to this restaurant for the Balinese lunch-time; late morning to early afternoon, when the food has just been cooked and the choice dishes are still fresh and plentiful. There were lots of local people on their lunch-break eating when we visited. The food is in a counter on the left when you enter, with tables on the right. I opted for steamed rice, babi guling and gado-gado. The babi guling comprised sucking pig done three ways; crispy skin, curried pork belly and a pork blood sausage. The latter was dry; and might have been more succculent earlier in the day. The gado-gado was mostly fresh snake beans, with tempeh. The accompanying sambal was spicy and fresh. The Bintang was reasonably cold, though quickly warmed up in the small restaurant. The food tasted home-cooked and authentic. The total bill for three with Bintangs was IDR 220 000; making this extremely good value for a main meal. I would have gone back to Warung Jambul if there weren't so many other restaurants to try.
25 Jul 2016
Jalan Plawa No. 10 a, Seminyak Indonesia