We accidentally stumbled upon Warung Tani when walking in the rice fields. We were met by lovely staff who explained that they did a cooking class at the Warung. We had a drink and relaxed in the hammock, and decided to come back and do a class. We were not disappointed at all. We arrived at the Warung a little early and had a drink. Then our chef Putu took us around the produce garden where we started to pick some of the vegetables and herbs we would use for our cooking. Then we went back to the Warung where there was a lot of the ingredients waiting. Putu explained what each one was, and also showed us how we would be cooking (traditional Balinese) and what we would be cooking (3 dishes and a pudding). Cooking was such good fun, and Putu and the team guided us, but also let us enjoy ourselves and take it to our pace. Putu explained why we were using certain ingredients and also how they can be varied according to taste. We cooked for about 1.5 hours, and during that time we’re served a fresh juice. Once we had finished cooking, our food was plated up by the team, and then served to us, overlooking the produce garden. We then received our cooking certificates. Overall we were there for about 3 hours, and it was such a fantastic experience. It felt so unique and authentic, and was really amazing to find out more about the Balinese way of cooking.
11 Jun 2018
This was our first meal in Ubud and what a way to start! Sensational! The surrounds are beautiful, looking out onto the resorts culinary garden. All the food is home grown. The food was yum and the special drinks too. Highly recommend for food and atmosphere. Only open for lunch though.
27 Apr 2018
Great Traditional Food
if you are looking for no-fry food, here is the best restaurant with no fry food, this the best restaurant
03 Apr 2018
Warung Tani at Desa Visesa Ubud
Desa Visesa Ubud, Jl. Suweta, Bali, Indonesia