I've been to both Bunana warungs and there's no difference in taste, therefore it doesn't matter whether you go to the One in Jimbaran or Sanur. The karee is nice and spicy, tasting somewhat like Indonesian "gulai", although the "teh tarik" was a bit sweet for my taste. The canai bread was pastry fluffe and crunchy on the sides. Portions of the canai bread and karee was a bit small, so if you're going there hungry you'll need to order 2 portions. If you want something different, they have a variety of fusion canai breads, sweet and savoury. The "india martabak" is worth a try. Both places are quite small too, and it can get a bit hot and stuffy in the Jimbaran branch. Unfortunately service at the Jimbaran branch is usually pretty slow with very unresourceful employees who get orders mixed up, and have a hard time calculating bills. Overall, food is okay, just don't come on an empty hungry stomach.
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