• Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 9 reviews )

Jalan Penestanan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Vegetarian Indian food restaurant. Accommodates vegans upon request. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Indian

9 Reviews

First Review by veganC

A bit disappointing - Edit

I was a bit disappointed by the experience. The room upstairs is wide and beautiful. The food is average, not bad but really oily. The eggplant dish is supposed to be the best they have and it was greasy and I couldn't detect any real Indian flavour. You have to pay extra for everything like rice or bread. I ordered some Indian pickels and they gave me literally 4 of them. Ridiculous. The worst was at the end when I went to pay downstairs and the owner wanted to add 10% taxes on top of the bill on a receipt scribbled on a piece of paper. When I said that if I had to pay the taxes, there should be a cash register, the owner got really pissed off at me and dismiss it all with a hand gesture. I didn't pay the taxes in the end but I left with a feeling of them wanting to squeeze the maximum amount of money out of their costumers. Not a nice feeling.

Updated from previous review on 2018-04-08

Pros: Nice room upstairs

Cons: Try to get the most money out of you., Oily and greasy food, Not really Indian

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Good vegan Indian food - Edit

Nice and relaxing place. Friendly owner . Indian food very tasty and good portion .

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Hits the spot - Edit

This is a lovely relaxed Indian restaurant on a street that calms right down after sunset.

Although classically Indian in menu (lots of milk products), veganizing the menu was not a bother for the owners who took my orders themselves.

My meal arrived promptly and everything was freshly prepared. Best of all, I felt perfectly full afterwards, with no oily aftertaste or funny tummy.

I wouldn't go out of my way for this food, but if you're staying in Ubud and feel like some Indian, this is a great pick.

Pros: Nice atmosphere, Friendly owners, Not oily

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Fresh and good indian food - Edit

Loved this place, the owner told us everything could be made vegan and freshly cooked (also written on the menu). We took one dhal, one eggpant dish and peas one. We also chose chapatis : a must! Everything was good,

Updated from previous review on 2017-01-09

Pros: Fresh, Tasty, Everything can be made vegan

Cons: Noise from the street

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This was the best meal our entire trip! You should arrive by 8 so they have time to cook for you because everything is fresh! They are so nice and I would love to eat here every night with the love of my life!!! :)


Cons: There's only one location for this goodness!

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Beautiful fresh Indian food - Edit

Located in a rustic bamboo structure - head up stairs and sit down on the cosy floor cushions. The food is made fresh to order so takes a while if the place has a few customers (don't go here if you're in a rush).
The Flavours of the curries were great and can be made vegan - the signature eggplant and tomato dish was the standout for us, combined with cumin infused pilau and fresh made chipati (soft and amazing). Definitely recommend - very good value.

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tasty chapatis - Edit

Our VegVoyages tour group ate here upon arriving in Ubud. We were ushered upstairs to a lovely bamboo room with floor cushions (some are better than others). We ate family style and shared multiple dishes like dahl, eggplant, aloo gobi and much more with numerous tasty chapatis. A really nice lunch spot. And they sell local chocolate bars called Chok Chok Chocolate. Absolutely divine and makes a great dessert.

Pros: tasty chapatis, nice atmosphere upstairs, chocolate bars for sale

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Not very fresh - Edit

I came had high expectation on this restaurant after reading about it online but was unfortunately very disappointed. We sat upstairs and the first thing we discovered was that there were lots of ants everywhere which can be acceptable because it was open except for the roof so there is really no stopping them. But since the seating is on cushions on the floor then not so nice. I also ordered an ice tea for which I got a bottle of sugar water to sweeten it with but saw that there were ants even in that bottle :/

We also saw a rat running around on the floor, and again hard to keep out because the place was open to the elements but still :/ The food was not very impressing at all and didn't leave a nice feeling in the stomach afterwards. Well, at least it wasn't very pricey.

Cons: Disappointing food, Ants everywhere, Rat

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Love this place !! - Edit

By far, it's the best chapati I ever tried!! The saag and the Dahl are great too and the eggplants with tomatoes (I always forget the name of this dish) is my favorite.
The place has a really good atmosphere. It's all in bamboo and the upstairs is so comfy with all those colorful cushions. It's a great place to spend an evening with friends!!

Pros: excellent food, no msg, good atmosphere

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