Gado gado, nasi campur, and a chilled Bintang, or a juice for the lil ones! For a bite into a fun local atmosphere (although locals find it more of a touristy place!), Made’s (pronounced Mah-deh’s) Warung is a definite ‘must go’.
Established in 1969, this roadside warung is a social eating and meeting venue for locals, expats and tourists alike. In addition to authentic regional fare, its menu also boasts a good mix of international and Asian cuisines, with pastas and Thai curries rubbing shoulders.
The décor has a rustic, old charm feel to it with its wooden benches and log tables, thatched roofed, and walls packed with photographs — historic pictures, food snaps, ancient Balinese cultural memoirs and more.