If Jesus had been born in Bali, it would have been in Warung Wayan
I ended up eating here after taking nearly 7 hours to complete the 90 minute journey from Balian to Ubud. 20 minutes outside of Tabanan my motorbike's carburettor and starter-motor broke, compelling me twice to initiate near-fatal jump-start attempts while freight lorries competed to crush me beneath their wheels. Having fixed this problem, I made it less that 4km before an absolute [insert chosen expletive here] in a 4x4 ripped off my passenger foot-rest with his front bumper and sent me flying into a storm drain. Having fixed *this* problem, I continued on. At this point it started raining quite heavily and water got into the screen on my phone. Undaunted (who needs phones anyway, really) i pushed on; but Shiva or Brahman or whoever was clearly displeased at this audacity and so the heavens absolutely OPENED. Monsoon rain, thunder, lightning, the works! Having pushed my bike - inadvisably - through numerous flooded out spots on the road, and re-routing the long-way around several others I FINALLY arrived in Ubud, where the most vexing problem of the day presented itself: Where to eat?! I walked hither and thither looking for an attractive option: Japanese? Pass. Vegan? No! For god's sake just let me sit down and have a beer!! If I'd seen an Irish pub I'd have been in there doing jigs in a flash, and I normally avoid them like the plague! Just as I was about to forsake all hope and lie down for a little cry on the pavement, lo! a light at the end of yonder street... Warung Wayan eh? Hark, Bintangs! Large ones!! At last, journey's end! Never in my life have I been happier to see a wooden chair than the one into which I finally parked my sorry behind, dripping wet, hungry and exhausted. I chased my beer with a chicken curry which was not only delicious but beautifully presented. Wayan was an absolutely smashing human being, a snappy server and a charming conversationalist. I chased my curry with another Bintang, colder and more refreshing even than the first. Wayan my man, you're my hero and my saviour. 10/10 would recommend. I'll be back soon, stand by with a towel!
27 Nov 2017
Un delicieux dejeuner en toute simplicite
Nous avons beaucoup apprecie les burritos et quesadillas servies copieusement pour un prix tres modere. Wayan est aux petits soins. L ambiance est calme. C est super propre Nous reviendrons !!
21 Nov 2017
Fantastische Küche zu günstigen Preisen
Liebevoll zubereitete und sehr schmackhafte lokale Gerichte. Der Eigentümer Wayan kocht selbst, ist ein reizender Gastgeber und weiss sich von der eher sehr faden indonesischen Küche äusserst positv abzusetzen. Die Preise sind mehr als fair. Seit Wochen mein Lieblingswarung. Nyuh Kuning ist ohnehin immer einen Abstecher wert wenn man dem Touristenrummel Ubuds entfliehen will.
19 Nov 2017
Jl. Nyuh Gading 22 Nyuh Kuning Village, Ubud 80571 Indonesia