Naughty Nuri’s Warung
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Now let’s to get right back to the topic of “food-ing.”
Let’s rewind a bit back here. The scene is set in Bali three weeks ago. So far, I still have not had a satisfying meal in the ‘Island of Gods.’ I ate where the locals ate, and I also ate where the tourist ate. Most of the eats were nothing to crow about. And nah, I rather not talk about that expensive beautiful sunset Jimbaran dinner by the beach (by the way, I went there twice on different days to different restaurants) which had me hugging the toilet bowl as my best friend for the next four days. That was a real nightmare for my digestive tracts.
Naughty Nuri’s Warung – The Place
I arrived at Naughty Nuri’s Warung for lunch on my last day in Bali. It was from a friend’s recommendation saying that this place is good. The deco was indeed nice with a touch of naughtiness. From what I could tell by the place, the food certaintly looks promising.
Naughty pictures of piggy were decorating the wall, and they made such a brand out of it that they also retail their own ‘naughty but nice’ T-shirts for sale.
Naughty Nuri’s was jam-packed with hungry crowds awaiting their wicked ribs.
Naughty Nuri’s Warung – The Food
The menu at Naughty Nuri’s is not that large. They serve some nachos, quesadillas, the usual salads, soup, and some sandwiches. But what Naughty Nuri’s is really known for is their so called ‘infamous BBQ’ meat items from the charcoal grill; especially their wicked pork ribs.
I ordered what I think the two if us could finish and well, the food was so far the best I had in Bali. Fresh, simply done, and tasty. Isn’t that what food should be? The sausages and grilled chicken were okay; what I meant by okay is above average if you compared it to those over-priced junks I had in the past few days.
What really stood out were the pork ribs; juicy, tender, and flavourful. Can I have another slab of it please? I don’t mind waking up at five to put on my running shoes for that…
If you’re going to Bali for a holiday, you won’t want to miss Naughty Nuri’s Warung for a taste of those oh-so wicked pork ribs.