When we went to Ubud, we simply had no idea where to go for lunch. I was thinking about Naughty Nuri’s but later oops I realized Mei doesn’t actually eat pork. Then I remembered, another friend of mine, Gaby, told me about this Murni’s Warung, telling me it was a nice place, serving good food, and all at.
So there we went…
At the first glance, this restaurant looks unconvincing. I mean, it’s located just at the middle of the bridge so I thought, it couldn’t be a big one. Maybe just a small warung. Glad that we didn’t judge too early.
Murni’s Warung is one of those places I’d definitely put on top of my list. It’s a nice restaurant, with beautiful view of a river, cliff, and coconut trees. And yes, they serve good food. What more could I ask for?
There was an art gallery at the front side of the restaurant. We didn’t get to see what’s in there in detail, but it looks artsy.
Once you walk further and further to the back side of the restaurant, oh my, it’s huge. There are a lot of seatings. There’s even more downstairs. I think there are 4 levels in total, just so you can imagine how big it is. We picked the one outdoor so we could see this beautiful view near the river while having lunch.
I had Murni’s Tutu Ayam. It’s a traditional Balinese local dish. The chicken has been slow cooked for about 8 hours with Balinese spices and then served with yellow rice and mixed Balinese veggies (we call it “Urap”).
While Mei had something lighter, I think it’s Sate Lilit or something. Yes, it’s definitely Sate Lilit.
Food was delicious, although not cheap. But the ambience was… superb. I can’t describe it. It really feels like Ubud. You know what I mean? I didn’t take that much photo as it was very relaxing there. Made me wanna leave my camera inside my bag, and just enjoy the place. We did manage to sit on the terrace and we were able to gaze out to the green scenery just beside us, on the river. It’s super nice.
I guess you’re not only paying for the food but also for the place, right? Next time I’ll grab a couple of cakes with coffee 😉 *yes, there will be next time*
At The Bridge, Campuhan, Ubud 80571, Indonesia
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Reblogged this on Michelle Kitma Ofiana and commented:
Love this! I can relate to this!!
Hi Michelle, thanks for reblogging!! 🙂
Aaaak sate lilitnya kok menggiurkan gituuu dan tempatnya kayaknya asik yak. Klo di Bali mah kayaknya semua2nya mahal yah, gw sih mahal (dikit) gpp asal tempat dan makanannya enak. Klo udah makanan ga enak, mahal, tempatnya kotor, itu yg bikin esmosi jiwa :))
Sate lilit nyaaaa punya Mei huhuhuhuhuhu.
Tempatnya enak banget kak aggy. Aku ingin kesana lagi.
Waktu itu kami makan di lantai paling atas gitu. Pas udah selesai, mau toilet, turun. Ehhhh di bawah byk tmp lain dan lbh bagus gt pemandangannya lbh deket ke sungai. *menyesal ga kepo dari awal*
Wkwkwkwk ho oh. Kyknya kl kesana lagi aku pingin sore2 deh sambil ngupi2 cantik lama2 😛 😛 YUK!
ini kan pas dalam rangka aku seminggu ga makan nassii hahaha inget gaa? gara-gara bosen liat nasii
Iyaaaa tapi tetep aja pas kesini ga makan nasi kan aku doang yg makan nasi
Ini yaaang foto aku katanyaa canncciikkk? kok ga pernah dibagi-bagi fotonyaa issshhh
YA KAN CANTIK KANNNNNN. gak mau, mau nya bagi yg jelek2 aja
aku mupeng kak
Aku pun ingin lagiiii hiks. Ini 2 taon yang lalu winnyyy hahaha.
Tempatnya keren penyajiannya jg bagus gitu. Ono rego ono rupo lah kalo kata orang jawa
Hahaha iya setuju! Sayangnya aku ga foto pemandangan cantiknya *kok bodoh sih*
The food has a real good aspect.