I was in Bali with some friends over the weekend & had a great experience from our 5 days trip. Before we went, I prepared a list of restaurants which we must try from reading reviews from various weblogs & TripAdvisor. Due to certain circumstances, we didn’t manage to try all of them but we did go for Naughty Nuri’s Warung while we were staying in Ubud.
Majority of the customers who go to Naughty Nuri’s are Asian tourists and there are limited tables for big groups so you might have to share a table with other diners. We managed to get a table for ourselves inside the warung where it had very bad ventilation (we smelled like bbq meat after that!).
The menu’s on the wall and you can order various meat – pork sausages, pork ribs, chicken, fish, etc. We ordered bbq chicken, pork ribs, pork sausages, and wedges.
I think we waited at most 10 minutes for everything to arrive. The first bite I took was the sausage and it was so tasty! I was excited to try the rest so I took the ribs. I swear there was an explosion of juiciness from the ribs each time I take a bite and I have to admit it, it’s the best pork ribs I have ever tasted. Can’t say much about the chicken though – it tasted ordinary to me.
We ordered another rack of ribs, another plate of sausages & wedges. Mind you, there were only 3 of us and I was surprised how we managed to eat all of them.
Albeit the scrumptious meal we had, we suffered (ouch) the next day with diarrhea. I can’t remember the countless times we needed to stop to look for washrooms during our trip on the road. Thankfully, one of us brought some diarrhea pills which kept us constipated .. for the next day :|
Pork ribs: IDR 70,000 (approx. RM 24)
Sausage: IDR 30,000 (approx. RM 10)
Chicken drumstick: IDR 25,000 (approx. RM 8)
Wedges: 15,000 (approx. RM 5)
Sosro (Teh Botol): IDR 6000 (approx. RM 2)
Orange juice = IDR 9000 (approx. RM 3)
Watermelon juice = IDR 9000 (approx. RM 3)
We spent about RM 108 for 2x ribs, 3x sausages, 1x chicken, 2x wedges & 3 drinks. Not bad eh?
*Note: When you order orange juice in Bali, you will get Mandarin orange juice, otherwise known as jeruk.