A little off the beaten track in Gang Abdi near the Island Hotel. Just off Legian St between Jalan Padma and Jalan Werkudara. Worth finding, make sure you do. Seats maybe 40 people.
Yogi and his wife Nicky are the best hosts, Western, Indonesian, Balinese menu, Yogi will order in seafood feasts, suckling pig, (Babi Guleng) one day in advance. The kitchen is open, speak to Yogi he will cook whatever you want, how you want it.
Seriously, if you want your gravy or sauce on top, in a separate dish, chips on top, chips underneath, chips on the side , no chips, just ask. Yogi is there to tailor a meal for you, your are talking to the head chef while he is cooking.
We ate here about 3 or 4 times during this trip, always great. We first met Yogi a few years ago when he was the manager at Sammy's. He has brought the great food, service and good times to his own place, Yogi's. Chicken Schnitzels are a hit, nasi and mie goreng first class, my favorite the Balinese Ayam Betutu, a half chicken flame grilled then covered in local spices, wrapped in banana leaves, grilled some more and served with rice and salad or whatever you want.
My wife and I are 50 odds, the daughter 22, the mother in law 73 (on her first trip to Bali), we all love the place.
Bring your kids here, Yogi will cater for them, all the kid's favorites are available.
Cold Bintang, great prices, great atmosphere, informal, casual, friendly.
Yogi's opens before lunch and stays open until the last person has left, simple.
You need to ask Yogi about his observations on Australian life when he stayed in a caravan park in Murray Bridge in South Australia. Eat, drink, laugh, see you again soon mate.
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