A funky warung with great cheap eats
I was once addicted to Sovia. The only way to break the habit was to leave Bali. Order the rice-balls, spicy cucumber, ginger eggplant, spicy eggplant, fried pork gyoza, fried tempeh, tomato salad, large Bintang. Dare to try the pork fritter. The service is friendly, the decor Japanese theater posters, the music barely audible and ranging from 1920s Jazz to smooth rock and Billy Joel. There is no place like it. Don't mind the lizards and don't sit down wind of the smokers if that bothers you. It's worth a try.
15 Nov 2014
Authentic Japanese Home Cooking
Warung Sovia is a nice little place . The food is excellent when you don't want to eat too fancy , but still delicious . Sometimes you have to wait a little longer than you want ( depending on your appetite of course ) . Prices are a little bit high for a low profile place , but I guess still worth it . Definitely go for the Japanese dishes , since those are the specialities of the house . The other dishes are also fine , but not as special .
30 Jul 2014
Good fresh food, simple and well done.
We've eaten here twice for dinner this week whilst staying in Ubud, it's a close walk from Hotel Tjampuhan up to Penestanen. Both times food was good, it appeared quickly and was fresh - pork dumplings were great! Very good value in a very simple honest place.
29 Jul 2014
Jl. Raya Penestanan, Ubud Indonesia