On the main street of Ubud, Warung Ijo has a very narrow entrance, often blocked by parked scooters. Wriggle your way through, as it's definitely worth it. A self service buffet with a large choice of meat, fish and vegetable dishes offers plenty of options. Red and green sambal is available for customers who like their food nice and spicy. You can scoop as much as you want for the buffet meals and they will give you the card how much you have to pay for it... after they check the meals that you had.There are some ala carte items which you can order separately.
Other thing that I like about this small restaurant is they are clean. With open kitchen, you can see how they always make sure everything is clean and not smell bad.
warong ijo @ ubud raya street
The food is solid and good. The best time to visit this place is lunch time when the menu already completed and ready. They're still open until about 7-8 pm, but of course there is not much left on their buffet meals.
I ordered THE NASI RAMES (20k) so I could try a couple different dishes.
The nasi rames was fantastic... four dishes around a pile of super soft fragrant rice. All the side dishes were good.
Sayur Lodeh: The lodeh was basically vegetables basked in coconut milk, and it was not light on the coconut.
Ayam Kalasan: BBQ fried chicken. It was a little sweet, but the chicken was made so tender and mouthwatering.
My personal ALL time favorite is oseng-oseng tempe. The sweet soy sauce and combination of many spices makes this any vegetarian's dream dish.
And last but not least, a spring roll.
nasi rames 20k
And for Moslem people, yes, it's halal!
Date of Visit: Nov 20, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately Rp30000(Lunch)Other Ratings:
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