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  • ross1948 20:22 on January 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Warung Nuka, Tuban, Bali 

    Firstly, don’t confuse this place with at least one other with a similar name on the Isle of the Gods.




    It’s just across the road from the Hotel Harris, which is a familiar sight to all who travel from Ngurah Rai Airport towards Kuta and Legian.

    Both the beer and the fish n chips are supplied by very cheerful, pretty waitresses – one of whom reminded me incredibly of a friend of mine who hails from Malang, East Java.

    But since the Warung Nuka was the scene of a reunion with important people I’d not seen for some time, there wasn’t much opportunity to chat with the staff, delightful though that prospect seemed.




    A large Bintang was just Rp.45,000, and my chosen meal cost Rp.60,000. It wasn’t quite what you find in chippers British or Australian, but it was very edible. Meanwhile, my companions opted for Indonesian food, since they don’t live here, and both praised the meals they had.

    The menu includes a wide variety of Western and local dishes, Friendly, speedy service and fair prices. I recommend this place.

  • ross1948 19:38 on July 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Senang Sekali! Warteg Buka…Plus Plus – FOUR Reasons to be Cheerful! 

    The warteg is open once more! 


    • warteg
    • oooooooooooooooooooooooo
    • I’d travelled all the way up to Citraland, got some bread etc., then, having purchased gado2 at the place I mentioned the other day (sadly sans that beauty who’d served me previously – looked her mum was on duty today!) I hopped an angkot back towards HQ.
    • When I passed my culinary nirvana, sealed up tighter than a minority house of worship in Bekasi since nearly two weeks ago…WOW!

     It was open, signs of life within!

    So out of the angkot and in I went, to be greeted like a prodigal by the proprietrix, though it was she who had gone far away, now returned from distant Tegal.

    And not only she – there are THREE new waitresses too, all of them, when I walked in, busily cleaning up to start a fesh year of cooking tonight, serving tomorrow.


    • silhouetee
    • …………….
    • I’ll miss the other gals, now deposited back in their kampungs, somewhere around that city by the sea, but it’s always fun to make new friends too.

    The Javanese teens watched me warily, astounded, maybe a trifle alarmed, at a bule on the premises. However, no doubt the good lady who employs them will have, by now, explained that I’m a regular, apart from the lunchtime crowd, probably one of their best customers!

    SAM_9092 Heapin’ helpin’ of warteg goodies, under two bucks, including es teh!


    I wonder if they will emulate their predecessors and ask for English classes while serving up cap cay, perkadel, tahu, etc. 

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