Prima Warung

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 10 reviews )

Jalan Raya Penestanan Kelod, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Small vegan place offering Balinese dishes: nasi campur, cap cay, fried noodles, plus drinks like lemon juice, orange juice, canned soft drinks, green coconut, tea, coffee. No onion or garlic. Open Mon-Sat 12:00pm-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Organic, Take-out, Indonesian

10 Reviews

First Review by eatinggreen

Delicious and friendly - Edit

This is such a nice simple place! We walked up, were greeted, and served an amazing plate of fully vegan food. No menu--they just make the plate. Simple and great.

Pros: Great vegan food, Friendly staff

Cons: Less variety but that's okay

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He was really sweet! - Edit

The restaurant is simple with no atmosphere or decor what so ever but the owner was lovely and the food was vegan and tasty! For 30,000, it was very [email protected]

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Simple, honest, tasty fare - Edit

Tasty nasi campur (rice+veges), with soup. Wonderful pumpkin/banana cake. Food sweetened with palm sugar, which provides more complex, thus more interesting, flavoring than sugar. Uses local vegetables and fruits (e.g., jackfruit cooked as a savory vegetable!).

The charming owner/cook has a good understanding of diet, nutrition, and the more subtle effects of foods on health and consciousness, and has sufficient English proficiency to answer questions about the food served.

Exudes a strong vibe suggesting food prepared and served from the heart - a welcome alternative to the more vege-industrial type places nearby.

Best to arrive at noon, 12:30-2:30 can be quite busy.

Updated from previous review on 2017-02-15

Pros: Vegan,allium-free, Inexpensive. , Relaxed atmosphere

Cons: Could benefit by more variety, Can get busy!

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Best Gado-Gado - Edit

I ordered the gado-gado and it was the best I've had so far! The lady was very nice and we had a little chat. Prices for both food and drinks are pretty low.

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everything was vegan - Edit

I agree with what everybody is saying here. Everything was vegan, I'm not sure why this restaurant is marked as vegeterian. Maybe there was milk for coffee?

Pros: local business, super tasty, friendly owner

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Authentic vegan Balinese cuisine - Edit

This small eatery is not fancy and doesn't need to be. It is clean, airy (the seating area is on a deck but under cover), and serves a great 'buffet'-style lunch to locals and tourists. This was one of the few places in Bali where I encountered locals having the same food as tourists!

For 25000 rupiah, you will be given a range of savoury treats around a mound of rice: this is nasi campur. The food is fresh, not oily, and really tasty. I was shocked at the simplicity and the quality of the operation.

And if you're thirsty, there's freshly-made fruit juice and dirt-cheap (13,000 rupiah) fresh drinking coconuts available also!

I cannot fault this establishment. I'm not sure why it's not listed as vegan, because on the day I was there, all items were vegan - I asked.

Pros: Clean place, clean food - not oily, amazing value

Cons: After one round, I was too full to have a top-up!

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Love the food! - Edit

The only bad thing to say about Prima Warung is that it's not always open past 7pm.

There's just one thing on the menu, the best traditional Balinese 'campur nasi' in town. Vegetarian style.

Including delicious pumpkin soup.

And they change up the exact recipes a little bit on a daily basis. I know because I've been back 4 times!

Pros: healthy, filling, delicious

Cons: closes early

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Food Made with love - Edit

This small Warung is a gem in Ubud . It s run by a a so sweet and lovely woman that cooks food with love .
There is only one dish that is the Vegan nasi campur plus a bowl of delicious pumpkin soup that costs all together 30000 rupias.
The food is so so delicious and very tasty .
Don't miss it

Pros: Great food , cheap , nice owner

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Authentic Indonesian Food - Edit

Having passed by this place a few times and noticing that it was vegetarian we decided to try our luck and get a meal here. This place is only open for lunch during the week but we were lucky to catch the owner out of business hours who was happy to serve us a meal of Nasi Campur all vegan for 25,000RP each. Was a very generous serve starting with pumpkin soup, then a large plate with red rice, a huge corn fritter, tempeh, a mild potato curry, and 4 other dishes on the plate which were all amazing. Definitely worth the visit, the owner is a lovely local lady and definitely not something you will be able to get in central Ubud.

Pros: value for money, friendly service

Cons: not open for dinner

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Great nasi campur, sweet local owner - Edit

We stopped by here as it was on the way from town to our villa . Having been disappointed by several local vegetarian oriented eateries our expectations were low, but we were very pleasantly surprised.

The local lady who runs this place moved to Ubud from Denpasar because her daughter is involved with a nearby meditation center. She is the sweetest soul and so well intentioned, she truly deserves your support.

The food is delicious and as authentically Balinese as a vegetarian meal will ever get. No weird mock meats, no refined sugar and no MSG here, just love and positive vibes.

The menu when we were there consisted of Nasi Campur, some noodle dishes and juice but that was all we needed - it was a nice and varied spread of vegetables around some red rice. Flavour profiles were all really good.

Doesn't quite have the ambience of a Clear Cafe or Bali Buda but is still pleasant and clean. The furniture is chopped up wood, which gives it a cosy and comfortingly rustic feel. Definitely worth a stop.

Pros: Health minded, Sweet local owner, Authentic and yummy

Cons: Limited menu, Fit-out is quite basic

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