Name change -- Bali "Buda" -- not Buddha.
I loved the place: the open air, the atmosphere, the food, the slow service. I savored every bite, and it was very easy for me to be present in the moment.
Like many restaurants in Ubud, getting food takes time, and you cannot be in a rush. Yes, the service at Bali Buda was slow, but it was also respectful and caring.
My first dish was the vegetarian nasi campur. I have since tried the non-veg version at four or five different restaurants around town -- none can compare in taste or presentation.
I thought that one of the Indonesian signature dishes, the curry cashew tofu, was tasty but lacking in heat -- I love spicy. However, all food and drinks at Bali Buda looked fresh and inviting.
No WiFi provides an opportunity for dinners to actually experience their food.
For me Bali Buda was a spiritual eating experience.
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