Serves meat, veg options available. Restaurant located in the middle of the rice fields. Grows their own organic vegetables. Menu includes vegan and raw food. Call ahead for pick up from the main road. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Organic, Indonesian, Balinese, Non-veg
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First Review by sjb1983
surfmatt
surfmatt
  • vegetarian
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+44

nice food and location but small portion

4 Posted on 08 / 30 / 2014

I've been coming to bali for several years and have been a regular patron of this place since the beginning-the location and setting is ideal in the middle of the rice fields and whilst the food is always good(also awesome juices/drinks) the prices have gone up quite a lot but the portions have got smaller.Definitely worth trying if in ubud if not just to get out of the traffic and chaos of Ubud township.Also Nila the owner/chef is a lovely woman and is committed to environmental/social causes so good business to support.Much of the produce is grown organically on their farm just opposite so produce is always fresh and alive.
Updated from previous review on Saturday August 30, 2014

Updated from previous review on Saturday August 30, 2014

Pros: location, food-organic, environmentally friendly
Cons: portion size, service can be slow
patthai74
patthai74
  • mostly-vegetarian
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+57

Amazing location, disappointing food and service

2 Posted on 11 / 16 / 2012

The awesom location in the rice fields must be pretty much the only reason why this place is so popular and why it can get away with bland food and uninspired staff. Not impressed :-(

Pros: Location, Location, Location
Cons: Staff with attitude, Very mediocre food
edispicky
edispicky
  • vegan
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+34

Amazing organic food, at a farm among rice paddies

4 Posted on 05 / 27 / 2012

5 stars, I don't care what happycow says (non-vegetarian restaurants limited to 4 stars).

Probably my favorite of the places I've eaten in Bali. Amazing location overlooking rice paddies, in a beautiful area to hike around. It's far enough from town to be quiet. Great red rice, the nasi campur (Bali dish composed of a set of small items) included a great tempeh manis, which is tied with Warung Sopa for the best tempeh I've ever had.

One downside for sensitive vegetarians is that it does overlook part of the farm. Among the rice paddies, we could see chickens and ducks, mostly free, but a few were in cages. A handler fed them and pet them (tenderly FWIW), but most likely they were on their way to being eaten. On the one hand, this is how I believe meat farming should happen -- in the open air, free roaming animals, transparent and open to visitors.

Pro-tip: arrive early. We sat down at 10:30 for lunch, and it was nearly empty. As we were leaving it became more crowded and service was slower.

Pros: beautiful view, fresh organic food

sjb1983
sjb1983
  • mostly-vegetarian
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+19

Just go!

4 Posted on 07 / 29 / 2011

It's an awesome place with fresh food - makes an excellent stop-off at the end of the ricefield walk in Ubud. The views of the surrounding ricefields are worth a visit alone! Highly recommended!

Pros: Fresh, Excellent location
Cons: have to walk 10mins to get there

 

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