We have heard of the restaurant from a friend and decided to give it a try even though the location is quite a distant from our hotel at Legian.
When we got there, the place was quite packed with local tourists who would like to have a taste of it.
We waited for about 20minutes before we finally got a table at one of the "pondok" (thatched roof hut) situated along the exterior of the restaurant (just beside the "sawah" (means rice field).
But i was quite disappointed to realize that the sawah extends just around 400meters and after that point, there are the surrounding buildings. So, it was not a real sawah at a countryside type.
As for the food, the fried duck with all the complimentary sauces at the side make a great and sumptuous meal. The restaurant provides 3 different types of chill sauces but the best one is the Bali authentic "sambal matah"
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