Serves meat, veg options available. Local eatery in a traditional Balinese house decorated with Javanese folk art. Offers a selection of vegan renditions of Central Javanese dishes. Has a tofu roulade, veg chicken and beans (possibly seitan), sayur sup (sayor lodeh), veggie pancake, eggplant, kankung (morning glory), tumis acar (cucumber, carrots fried with korokele and hazelnut), gudeg jogja (jack fruit stewed in coconut milk), sup lodeh (pumpkin, long beans in a coconut milk base with galangal and kencur), and others. Location is out-of-th-way, away from tourist strip. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Lacto, Organic, Indonesian, Javanese, Non-veg
Jalan Batur Sari, 70, Sanur
Bali, Indonesia
0361-281351

Mon-Sat 12:00pm-9:30pm

more-less
  • Outdoor seating
  • Cash only
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First Review by deppig
Sonja and Dirk
Sonja and Dirk
  • vegan
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+3145

Delicious

4 Posted on 06 / 12 / 2014

Our VegVoyages tour group ate here twice, once for our initial orientation lunch as well as our last luncheon. Mila and her staff are so friendly and efficient. And there was so much food. Just amazing variety of dishes. Too many to even list, but it included tempeh, jackfruit, eggplant, curries, sates, noodles, potato patties, tofu, rice cakes, nasi goring and more! And a refreshing lemongrass drink too. I hope it's all available on the regular menu. Just a lovely place.

Pros: lots of vegan options, friendly owner and staff
deppig
deppig
  • vegan
Contributions
+17

A charming restaurant serving traditional dishes.

4 Posted on 09 / 11 / 2013

I enjoyed my visit to this charming little restaurant. The menu was easy to navigate, there was a descent variety of vegan dishes, clearly labeled with a V, no guesswork involved. Traditional javanese recipes where also indicated. The food was fragrant and spicy, beautifully presented and reasonably priced. Service was quick, efficient and the staff was very helpful. It was a pleasant surprise to be able to taste authentic spicy Indonesian food in a place where most restaurants serve a watered- down westernised version of nasi goreng and satay. The only downside is the slightly remote location, but it is definitely worth it.
Updated from previous review on Wednesday September 11, 2013

Pros: tasty food, price
Cons: location

 

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Added: 2012/06/30

 

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