My friend who was living in Bali at that time, Danang recommended me this place. He also rented me a motorcycle and provided me a thorough explanation of how to get from Legian to Gianyar and later to Ubud by motorcycle, but that's for another time, another post. He said this was one of his favourite places that fare better than the more famous ones that can be a little bit overrated and sometimes overpriced.
Located in the quiet street of Jl. Dewi Sita, the restaurant was already pretty busy at around 6 pm, at least more than other places around it. The place was quite big, with an elevated floor and lounge area. Like most places in Bali, all the seating are semi-outdoor and no AC is needed thanks to Ubud's super nice temperature.
After being seated, we looked through the menu and found a wide selection of food, from breakfast, lunch, dinner, to desserts, all with prices that look reasonable. We started off with ordering Fresh Vietnamese Spring Roll (Rp. 28,000), which was quite large and would pass for an entree if you feel like it. We ordered the chicken-filled one, but there were also vegetarian and shrimp filling option.
|Vietnamese Spring Roll, Rp. 28,000|