9 Angels Warung

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    ( 9 reviews )
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Jalan Suweta 32, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

A hippy-ish buffet restaurant. The kitchen puts out plenty of trays of vegetarian mains (main vegan), sides, desserts, many fruits, drinks (teas, juices, access to a smoothie maker) and even kombucha. A lot of the food is Indonesian style with more variety than your typical warung. You serve yourself in a buffet style, and after you finish your meal you leave the money in a jar on your table (it is pay as you feel with suggested prices but it really is up to you) and you wash your own dishes. Everything in the place is recycled and it's more than likely people will be doing yoga around you while you eat or playing music around a fire. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: International, Raw, Buffet, Indonesian

9 Reviews

First Review by bcrossley

best kept secret in Ubud - Edit

My partner and I read about this place. We’ve now been twice with more visits to come.
The food is super tasty and is freshly prepared with the chef always cooking something new whilst we’re munching away on the variety of offerings.
Each time we’ve been the buffet has been different, so you won’t get bored.
The pay as you feel (they do have recommended prices which are super cheap (6,000 INR per dish you scoop onto your plate)) concept is a brilliant - and the artistic vibe of the place is amazing.
If you’re in Ubud, and want great tasting food in a quirky yet inviting environment you have to visit 9 Angles

Pros: all the food options , environment , price

Cons: none that I can see

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AMAZING place and community - Edit

I went there twice : One for dinner, which was kind of a buffet with little food bowls and you pay per bowl. Pretty cheap, all vegan food. You can buy crunchy tempeh and taro crisps to take away. The tempeh blew my mind! I came here the next morning to help preparing the food with two super nice ladies and got the chance to learn how to make their amazing corn fritters, among other dishes. The place is really nice, with a huge outdoor area, homemade kombucha, and live music in the evening. I loved it !

Pauline, ambassador for Berlin

Pros: homemade and fresh, cheap and tasty, cosy place

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Cool concept, but too overpriced - Edit

When we came in I thought there will be plenty of vegan options to choose from, however the offered menu was very small (only rice, soup and tofu and pumpkin boats). We also didn't find it that cheap to be honest - paying over 40k and leaving kind of hungry... Didn't come back.

Pros: Cool hippie concept

Cons: Not so cheap, Very few options, Difficult to find

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delicious - Edit

Very good, cheap and concept is nice

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Great concept - Edit

This isn't really a pay as you feel place. Pay what it is worth, based on honesty. Or give something of actual value to the business in return. Food needs to come from somewhere and there are expenses associated with that. And I think we can all agree PAYF places have it hard enough as it is. Please don't disrespect.

Pros: lots of vegan, majority, cheap, best people I've met in Bali - tourists

Cons: no wifi (not really a con), can be tricky to find if not looking

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Great with some caution - Edit

The restaurant staff are wonderful as is the totally laid back nature of the place. Quite large peaceful space, has books to browse. No service, you get your own food, add up and pay your own bill, wash you own dishes. Food for the most part is tasty and prices are low.

I would cation - there are a number of dogs and cats that hang out there, some of the cats looks quite sick, and they do run around the kitchen, on the counter tops, etc.

Pros: Staff, Food variety and taste, Price

Cons: Hygiene

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awesome all around - Edit

I hang out here most of the time, it's mostly because my rainbow family is here but also great food even though I'm mostly fruitarian I like to try what they make because it's so clean vegan simple and so tasty. You pay what you eat with lots of art and music inside.

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super cute hippie spot - Edit

A bit out of the centre of ubud but worth it!! Such a cute place with such a great food selection ! Art for sale, people singing and playing guitar, make your own smoothies, etc.

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Hidden Treasure - Edit

9 Angels Warung is out of the crazy tourist filled streets of central Ubud and is a great place to eat, drink and relax. It can be difficult to find, use the map and drive slowly up the hill, it will be a small alley on your right (or left if you are coming down) there is a white wall with a painting of angels and the name on the side (easier to see coming down the hill). Follow the angels and you can park your moped and head in (shoes off of course ;-)

Self serve, all you can eat, pay as you feel, make your own lunch, smoothies, teas. It is a no profit place that even has its own charity shop inside. People are playing music and doing yoga. The variety of food is really good, some of the best food I had Ubud, Indonesian style Warung food, all delicious.

Pros: Affordable, Delicious, Atmosphere

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