The Warung at Alila Villas Uluwatu

Hungry Hong Kong
satayDaniel Haddad

The Warung, set in stylish and picturesque Alila Villas Uluwatu, is the perfect spot for a casual lunch when you're craving mouthwatering Indonesian fare. We ate at The Warung everyday during our stay at Alila Villas Uluwatu and enjoyed every dish we tried from the menu. The inviting restuaruant was only a few steps from our luxurious villa and we always chose an outdoor table facing the Indian Ocean and the area's iconic cliff views. You also have the option of sitting in the laid back yet sleek indoor dining area or take advantage of the large dining tables and bring friends for a fun dinner at the delicious venue. The menu is comprised of authentic Indonesian flavours and recipes but with elevated techniques and presentation that are sure to please the foodie traveler.

Recommended dishes include the "Nasi Liwet" a succulent rice dish from Solo, Central Java, cooked in coconut milk and spices served with chicken curry and Javanese samabl, the "Babi Panggang" pork ribs slow cooked with spices, then grilled on coconut husks, which is a must for barbecue lovers, the "Ayam Betutu" a typical Balinese dish of chicken stuffed with herbs and cassava leaves wrapped in Banana leaf and slow steamed for three hours until tender, and the "Sate Lilit Ikan" minced fish sate on lemongrass.

Make sure to sample a few of their newly created dishes including the "Tengkleng Kambing Bakar" Grilled Lamb Rack in Yellow Curry Sauce, the "Udang Petai Belimbing Buluh" spicy prawns in bitter bean and bililmbi sauce, and the "Tuna Bakar Rica" grilled tuna with authentic Manandonese spicy sauce.

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